A stunning edition of this gory city guide with all the
gruesome bits left in!
Horrible Histories: Gruesome Guide To Oxford takes readers
on a gore-tastic tour of the streets of Oxford, exposing all
of its most scurrilous secrets.
With the frightful full-colour map, tourists
can plot their path to the past,
take a punt past corpse-ridden Christchurch
go skeleton-spotting at the cruel and crumbling castle.
Burning bishops, blood-soaked streets and student
scraps - it's a trip no Horrible Histories fan will
want to miss!
This is Book 60 in the Horrible Histories Series. See all Horrible Histories books here.
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