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My Upcoming Book….The Knowledge: Train Your Brain Like A London Cabbie

During the course of the past year I have been working on a book in conjunction with Quercus Publishing (a subsidiary of the Hachette UK Group).

It is now my great pleasure to announce that the book is now available for pre-order.

The Knowledge: Train Your Brain Like A London Cabbie’ will feature a rare insight into what studying The Knowledge (the intense process which must be passed in order to become a London taxi driver) involves, along with a sample of 50 official routes used to coach apprentice cabbies, various brain training techniques and an array of London trivia.

The book will be illustrated throughout with beautiful maps and images created by artist and cartographer, Jamie Whyte

To find out more, please click here.
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8 responses

  1. That’s excellent!

  2. Looks really good, Rob.
    I wish you luck with is, and lots of sales!
    Best wishes, Pete.

  3. Good luck with the book, can’t wait for it to come out. Have pre ordered it already, looks really good.

    1. Thank you so much! Really hope you enjoy it 🙂

  4. I’ll be ordering this shortly (already bookmarked it) but you have to promise that when I’m over in London in 2019, you’ll autograph my copy for me. I’ve learned more about London than any three guide books I’ve checked in the past two years. You’re not just a blogger/cabbie, you’re a virtual tour-guide/historian. Thanks.

    1. It would be an absolute pleasure, Steven! Thank you so much for your kind words and support; they mean a great deal to me.

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