1300BCE. The Valley of the Kings. You've fallen into the shaft of a long-forgotten tomb where Egyptian gods are guarding a mummified Pharaoh.
Stay calm, use your wits (and the Eye of Horus wheel on the front of the book) and try to make your escape in this innovative new choose-your-own-adventure style escape room book.
Paperback, 72 pages.
Recommended age: 8-10 years.
Measures 20.3 x 25.4 cm.
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