The Sherlock Holmes Escape Book: The Adventure of the British Museum [Review]

The game is a book. Location:  at home Release Date: March 2021 Date Played: April 2021 Team Size: we recommend 1 Duration: 2+ hours, depending on thoroughness Price: $14.95 Publisher: Ammonite Press REA Reaction The Sherlock Holmes Escape Book: The Adventure of the British Museum is the second in a series of Holmesian branching-narrative puzzle books. With a loose, … Continue reading The Sherlock Holmes Escape Book: The Adventure of the British Museum [Review]

The Sherlock Holmes Escape Book: The Adventure of the London Waterworks [Review]

All great adventures begin by turning the first page… Location:  at home Release Date: June 2019 Date Played: April 2021 Team Size: we recommend 1 Duration: ~3 hours, depending on thoroughness Price: $14.95 Publisher: Ammonite Press REA Reaction The Sherlock Holmes Escape Book: The Adventure of the London Waterworks is the first in a series of Holmesian branching-narrative puzzle … Continue reading The Sherlock Holmes Escape Book: The Adventure of the London Waterworks [Review]

#NoEscape, a #MurderTrending Novel, by Gretchen McNeil [Review]

A group of geniuses attempt an elite escape room competition with unsurprisingly deadly results. Author:  Gretchen McNeil Release Date: September 15, 2020 Page Count: 352 Price: $17.99 US/$22.99 CAN Publisher: Disney/Freeform REA Reaction #NoEscape was a young adult horror novel set in an elite escape room competition. Like so many stories with this backdrop, it presented a … Continue reading #NoEscape, a #MurderTrending Novel, by Gretchen McNeil [Review]

Shine On Collective – Welcome Home [Review]

Dinner and a disappearance. Location:  at home in Los Angeles Date Played: September 8, 2020 Team size: 2-4 Duration: about 75 minutes to 2 hours Price: $40 per person (party of 2) or $30 per person (party of 4) REA Reaction Welcome Home was an immersive experience that combined audio storytelling, found objects, light puzzling, and a … Continue reading Shine On Collective – Welcome Home [Review]