|Yes, one book in the whole of the UK. And what|
a surprise, it's in London.
What's more there's a funky map showing where all the books have been left or found, though when I looked it only had one book on it, left by the Guardian's literary editor (Gormenghast, how... literary).
I really can't make up my mind if this is:
- A very good idea that will encourage people to read more
- Going to result in lots of people (e.g. staff in a cafe where you leave a book/street cleaners) picking up books as rubbish and binning them
- A typical wishy-washy Guardian idea that's great fun (isn't it, Jacinda?) and totally pointless