The Refuge: Terror from the Deep

Make 100: The White Heron Beneath the Reactor

A project in London, UK by Gary Budden

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A fully illustrated 64-page hardback book about Dungeness, white egrets, climate change, Europe and apocalypse. Limited to 100 copies.
Backers: 127
Average Pledge Per Backer: £20

Funded: £2,510 of £1,500
Dates: Jan 18th -> Feb 17th (30 days)
Project By: Gary Budden
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Thanks for the feedback - paperbacks now available!

January 23rd - via:
Thank you to everyone who responded – the consensus seems to be that we should go ahead and do the paperback editions. We really appreciate the feedback! Please tell any interested parties who may want a copy who missed out on the hardback. Thanks... (Read More)

Your opinions please – paperback edition?

January 23rd - via:
Thank you all so much for helping us hit our target on the day we launched – something we couldn't have imagined reaching so quickly. We're flattered and humbled by the support and interest shown in our project! Cheers. A number of people have been... (Read More)

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