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Writer John Boyne mistakenly includes ingredients for The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild in his new book



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Without a doubt, one of the most detailed games in the Wii U and Switch catalog is The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild. This title stood out for its great novelties at a playable level compared to previous installments and one of them was the possibility of cooking different avocados with the different ingredients that we were finding during our adventure.

On the web we already inform you The Legend’s Cookbook, a cookbook inspired by the Zelda saga, achieved its funding goal on Kickstarter in May 2019, but without a doubt, the news that comes to us today, although related to this aspect of the game, It is more curious if possible.

The Irish novelist John Boyne has despite his prolific work (he has written since 2000 no less than 18 books) is best known for his 2006 work the boy in striped pajama, the heartbreaking story of Bruno, the son of a Schutzstaffel officer who moves with his family to a place called “Auschwitz” (in the original English version Out-with), which is the field of the extermination of Auschwitz. Bruno befriends a Jewish boy named Shmuel who lives on the other side of a fence and who, like other people there, wears a ” striped pajamas.” In 2008, The Book became an acclaimed Hollywood film starring Asa Butterfield and David Thewlis.

Well, it turns out that in the latest book written by Boyne, a fantastic novel entitled A Traveller at the Gates of Wisdom, has been released this year, and fans have discovered an interesting passage describing the color of clothing and featuring ingredients from the game available for Wii U and Switch. You can see it in the following underlined image:

Undoubtedly a funny anecdote, of which the author confesses that he finds it very funny and stated: “that someone reminds me to add Zelda on the thanks page when the paper edition is published.” It seems that the writer is a fan of the game and somehow ended it reflected in the book, although everything seems to indicate that it is a mistake.

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