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Over 1,000 Places to see the Total Solar Eclipse August 21, 2017: City, State & National Parks, Campgrounds & Attractions, Road Trip Planning Paperback – October 19, 2016
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Unlike Fred Espenak's 2017eclipse text, this is marginally useful, at best. It appears that the author simply converted public data readily available to QR codes showing locations and then added some basic eclipse tips readily available elsewhere
A better way to select a location might be to locate the local astronomy club on google and find out where they plan to set up. You can be assured they'll share some views through their instruments with others. Checking in major astronomy mags will also show where many groups and events have planned viewing.
Not highly recommended but if you prefer using QR codes rather than simply scanning a good map or using other sources, this item might interest you.