Bring Me The Head Of The Taskmaster: 101 next-level tasks (and clues) that will lead one ordinary person to some extraordinary Taskmaster treasure
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Horne was educated at Lancing College (Fields House, 1991–1996) and the University of Cambridge, where he was a member of Footlights. This book contains both a wide variety of task suggestions (explain earth to an alien, count the number of squirrels you see in a year, you know, usual stuff) and an absolutely enthralling, overarching puzzle that will have you tearing your hair out in the best way possible.
Following those however are a series of easy then impossible until you twist your mind into an Escher like form. As of April 2010, Horne is attempting to become the oldest man in the world with the Long Live Alex project. You can change your choices at any time by visiting Cookie preferences, as described in the Cookie notice. Plus, the introductions to each section of the book provide some great bits of Taskmaster lore for fans of the show.In 2011 he compered "The Horne Section", a comedy variety show with live music which was later broadcast on BBC Radio 4. By using the Web site, you confirm that you have read, understood, and agreed to be bound by the Terms and Conditions. It has 101 tasks that will entertain you, your family and/or your friends and bring a lot of laughs and joy. There are tasks that you can do on your own, tasks to do with family or friends, and tasks to complete with bigger groups of people.