The Best Pub Quiz Book Ever!

The Best Pub Quiz Book Ever!

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"The Best Pub Quiz Book Ever!" has been completely revamped to create a new, exciting challenge for pub quiz and general trivia fans alike. There are some 1,500 new questions on a wide variety of topics, but with one thing in common: they are all on recent events. Questions on people, places, deeds, inventions, discoveries, disasters, moments of glory - all relating to the past decade, but with an angle on the twenty-first century - have been created as much to test your powers of recall as your general knowledge.
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Product details

  • Paperback | 352 pages
  • 129 x 198 x 22mm | 288g
  • London, United Kingdom
  • English
  • Revised
  • 2nd Revised edition
  • 1844421805
  • 9781844421800
  • 226,181

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337 themed 30-question quizzes followed by correct answers for each question within the quiz, appropriately ordered and numbered. The themes include News Round Up; People; TV; Sport; The Movies; Travel & Leisure; Music; The Natural World and are divided within these themes into 115 easy quizzes, 115 moderate quizzes and 107 difficult quizzes. This edition has been modernised to take account of the twenty-first century.
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About Roy Preston

Husband-and-wife team Roy and Sue Preston run a puzzle-setting business in Suffolk. They created Carlton's bestselling "Best Ever Pub Quiz" series, including the spin-offs on football, pop music and movies, and also devised the questions for The Amazing 10,000 Quiz Challenge.
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