Announcing the Attaché BOOK!


Huge news! The Attaché book project is now live! This book is two years in the making and I’m so excited to share it with you.

We have some incredible rewards available for backers including limited edition signed copies of the book with a personal message from me to you. PLUS, for one backer I will fly to YOUR city and film an episode of Attaché with YOU in it.

These rewards will go FAST so please don’t wait, head over to the Kickstarter campaign and help us bring this book to you.

Thanks for all your love and support, we couldn’t do this without you.

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37 Replies to “Announcing the Attaché BOOK!”

  1. MissCofia33

    Such a fantastic idea, I love this series! What is the timeline to releasing other volumes, I would love to become a backer but I don't plan on visiting the Eastern part of the world anytime soon. Will there be a European/Mediterranean version coming soon that I could back?

  2. Mykym Oyao

    I don't know if Alex or Greg will ever see this comment but I'm a huge fan of Attache. I've been addicted since the Tokyo episode. I've watched and rewatched multiple episodes. Heck, i'm even subscribed to the podcast. So there was no question in my mind that I would support this kickstarter. I can't wait for the book, guys. Much love from the Philippines 🇵🇭

  3. vintario

    How about adding your signature to the "book + Dan Rubin print" version?
    No need for personalised message, only signature. I just want to get the print also.

  4. Chris Jones

    I've watched all of your videos, this book looks awesome! I am young and I will try and save up some money so I can get myself a book, thanks Alex I love your content!

  5. Perdomot

    This looks very good but I do have a question about maps. I used to love the maps in Lonely Planet books until a few years ago when they changed their style and the maps lost a lot of detail. I know phones and tables are very useful for this but the realities of signal interference and loss of power can make it problematic at times. There is also something very comforting about having a good map in a book that shows you what the book is talking about. I ended up by a map of Tokyo from the Streetwise Maps series and loved it because of how detailed yet simple it was. Don't know if you are familiar with these maps but I think having something similar of the most important parts of cities would be a big plus for the book. I didn't see any pics of maps in your new book so I thought I should mention it. Best of luck with the project.

  6. Gabriel Wong

    I deffintely Pledged, your Paris guide helped me out when I went last week. Keep up your great work, will be looking forward to the success of your channel !

  7. Derek C

    Just backed the book and am just now discovering the show, which is fantastic across-the-board. Better late than never, right?

  8. 51TGM71

    I have no idea how I missed this haha, but great news and I am so happy that this project is happening. Since I wasnt able to back this I cant see the latest production update, but is it to be released in 2018?

  9. David Prager

    I just done got mah book in the mail today here in San Francisco, courtesy of "The Royal Mail"! Thanks 🙂

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