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    The Book Lover's Quiz Book: Novel Conundrums

    £12.99
    A literary quiz book with a difference, mirroring the format of the lively and popular quizzes Gary runs in the Betsey Trotwood pub in London and elsewhere. The book includes a lot of multiple-choice questions, some amusing answers, clever red herrings, little-known facts about authors and some much-loved Say What You See picture rounds.
    ISBN: 9781472145291
    AuthorGary Wigglesworth
    Pub Date05/11/2020
    BindingHardback
    Pages288
    Availability: In Stock

    'The perfect gift for quizzers'
    VAL McDERMID


    'Outside of a dog, The Book Lover's Quiz Book is every bookworm's best friend -- inside of a dog . . . well, if you know the rest, you're going to love this book'
    PETER HANINGTON, author of A Dying Breed, peterhanington.co.uk

    'Brilliantly inventive and entertaining questions from the bookworm's bookworm'
    MARK MASON, author of Walk the Lines, Question Time and many more

    'A book quiz quiz book what more could lovers of books, quizzes and quizzes about books desire? And marvellous it is too, Wiggleworth proving himself quite the literary Magnus Magnussen of our social media age'
    TRAVIS ELBOROUGH traviselborough.co.uk

    'This is the ultimate literary quiz book and Gary Wigglesworth is the quizmaster to end all quizmasters'
    DAVID QUANTICK davidquantick.com

    This is a literary quiz book with a difference. Rather than basic sets of questions, The Book Lover's Quiz Book mirrors the format of Gary's live quizzes, at the Betsey Trotwood in London and elsewhere. So, there are lots of multiple-choice questions, some amusing answers, clever red herrings, little-known facts about authors and some of the much-loved Say What You See picture round.

    Also, there are fixed and variable rounds - fixed ones include 'Blankety Books' (one word missing from the title - always with a theme), 'Literary Links and lists' (what connects/next in the list etc.) and '2 of a Kind' (name the character and the author that share the same initials). The changeable rounds keep the quizzes fresh and include 'What the Dickens?' (real or made-up Dickens names), 'RomeNo or JuliYess' (real or made-up Shakespearian insults) and 'Book Bingo!' (identify the correct number). There are also more standard rounds such as 'First Lines', 'Working Titles' and 'Banned Books'.

    The aim of all Gary's quizzes, and this book, is that people should have fun and be able to guess (if they don't know) as much as possible.

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    'The perfect gift for quizzers'
    VAL McDERMID


    'Outside of a dog, The Book Lover's Quiz Book is every bookworm's best friend -- inside of a dog . . . well, if you know the rest, you're going to love this book'
    PETER HANINGTON, author of A Dying Breed, peterhanington.co.uk

    'Brilliantly inventive and entertaining questions from the bookworm's bookworm'
    MARK MASON, author of Walk the Lines, Question Time and many more

    'A book quiz quiz book what more could lovers of books, quizzes and quizzes about books desire? And marvellous it is too, Wiggleworth proving himself quite the literary Magnus Magnussen of our social media age'
    TRAVIS ELBOROUGH traviselborough.co.uk

    'This is the ultimate literary quiz book and Gary Wigglesworth is the quizmaster to end all quizmasters'
    DAVID QUANTICK davidquantick.com

    This is a literary quiz book with a difference. Rather than basic sets of questions, The Book Lover's Quiz Book mirrors the format of Gary's live quizzes, at the Betsey Trotwood in London and elsewhere. So, there are lots of multiple-choice questions, some amusing answers, clever red herrings, little-known facts about authors and some of the much-loved Say What You See picture round.

    Also, there are fixed and variable rounds - fixed ones include 'Blankety Books' (one word missing from the title - always with a theme), 'Literary Links and lists' (what connects/next in the list etc.) and '2 of a Kind' (name the character and the author that share the same initials). The changeable rounds keep the quizzes fresh and include 'What the Dickens?' (real or made-up Dickens names), 'RomeNo or JuliYess' (real or made-up Shakespearian insults) and 'Book Bingo!' (identify the correct number). There are also more standard rounds such as 'First Lines', 'Working Titles' and 'Banned Books'.

    The aim of all Gary's quizzes, and this book, is that people should have fun and be able to guess (if they don't know) as much as possible.

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