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Reader's Digest Het beste boek (1977)
by Michael Crichton, Anthony Thorne, Victoria Holt and Jurgen Thorwalt | Literature & Fiction
Registered by passmaster of Twello, Gelderland Netherlands on 10/3/2012
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Journal Entry 1 by passmaster from Twello, Gelderland Netherlands on Wednesday, October 03, 2012

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Hello there, finder!

If you read this, you have found a book; Congratulations
I hope this is something you like; If not, at least it has brought you here and that is worth something too. You can give to book to someone else, or you may leave it somewhere.

In the meantime you were curious enough to come to this site and find out about bookcrossing and I really like that.

Look around and enjoy it. Have fun! Should this be your first catch and if you become bookcrosser too, you can consider to mention passmaster as new member referral.

By the way, there are a lot of bookcrossing websites for different countries, like www.bookcrossing.nl for Dutch-speaking bookcrossers.

Hallo daar, vinder!

Als je dit leest, heb je een boek gevonden. Gefeliciteerd!

Hopelijk is het iets dat je leuk vindt; zo niet, dan heeft het je toch tenminste hier gebracht en dat is ook wat waard. Je mag het boek gerust doorgeven aan iemand anders, of zomaar ergens achterlaten.

Ondertussen was je toch maar mooi nieuwsgierig genoeg om op deze site te komen kijken en dat vind ik erg leuk. Kijk gerust wat rond. Veel plezier! Mocht dit je eerste vangst zijn en word jij ook bookcrosser, kun je overwegen passmaster als new member referral opgeven.

Oh ja, er is ook een Nederlandse website; www.bookcrossing.nl 


Journal Entry 2 by passmaster at Twello, Gelderland Netherlands on Wednesday, October 03, 2012

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This selection of top books, with a.o. The Great train Robbery of Michael Crichton, compiled in the book was selected and registered for the Bookcrossing Monopoly 2012 challenge. Team Top Hat arrived on square Trains & Planes in round 14 and Passmaster found this suitable book.

It goes too far to expect me actually robbing a train, this book is intended to be put in a train to compensate the robbing of a train a tiny little bit 


Journal Entry 3 by passmaster at Twello, Gelderland Netherlands on Wednesday, October 03, 2012

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The release location (probably) will be the train station in Zutphen, provided I can find a suitable train at the time I arrive there or another fine location in the train station itself
If this round was one week earlier, the location would have been the train station of Schiphol airport, but I have more often problems with timing :-)

Edit; Things can change. I actually robbed a train (see picture). Since the ground is too hot under my feet, I fled, to the train station of Empe-Voorst. However, I thought of surrendering myself, because I regretted the action.  


Journal Entry 4 by passmaster at Twello, Gelderland Netherlands on Monday, October 08, 2012

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Well. I decided just to show regret and lead the way to the stolen train with posters 


Journal Entry 5 by passmaster at Twello, Gelderland Netherlands on Monday, October 08, 2012

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With these hints, aiming where the train (and the book) can be found, anyone can solve this robbery 


Journal Entry 6 by passmaster at Twello, Gelderland Netherlands on Monday, October 08, 2012

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The book is dry at a bench under a shelter, packed in plastic, the train is taped on the book. Trains stop just in front of the bench. I trust a passenger will pick up the book and goes for a reward (for team TOP HAT!!) to www.bookcrossing.com  


Journal Entry 7 by passmaster at Station Voorst-Empe in Voorst, Gelderland Netherlands on Monday, October 08, 2012

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Released 5 yrs ago (10/8/2012 UTC) at Station Voorst-Empe in Voorst, Gelderland Netherlands

WILD RELEASE NOTES:

A picture of the bench, the book, the train and another indication that a bookcrossing book is released there.  


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