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    Questions You're Not Supposed to Ask

    Questions You're Not Supposed to Ask provides enlightenment on life's taboo subjects, with a healthy dose of laughter thrown in for good measure. The aim of the book is to arm the ordinary person with the sort of knowledge that is jealously guarded by the Powers That Be and so release the individual from the chains of ignorance.

    QI: The Book of the Dead

    Hans Christian Anderson was terrified of naked women, Florence Nightingale spent her last fifty years in bed, Sigmund Freud smoked twenty cigars a day, Catherine de Medici applied a daily face mask made of pigeon dung, Rembrandt van Rijn died penniless and Madame Mao banned cicadas, rustling noises and pianos.

    Springbok rugby quiz

    Welcome to the ultimate rugby quiz book for real rugby fans! Springbok rugby quiz examines the lore of rugby in an unusually entertaining way: It comprises 1001 questions and answers. Rugby lovers can now enjoy some of the most outlandish anecdotes, as well as cold, hard facts and statistics, about this game we all love.

    QI: The Second Book of General Ignorance

    Solving a few common misconceptions, mistakes and misunderstandings, this suitable for everyone who's proud to admit that they don't know everything.

    The Da Vinci Code

    Contains over 1000 quiz questions based on Dan Brown's bestselling thriller, "Da Vinci Code" - the people and places, ideas and events. This book aims to give readers a chance to relive the intrigue of the thriller, while testing out how much of the detail they remember. It is of interest to fans of "Da Vinci Code."

    QI: The Third Book of General Ignorance

    Who invented the sandwich? What was the best thing before sliced bread? Who first ate frogs' legs? Which cat never changes its spots? This book gathers together 180 questions, both new and previously featured on the BBC TV programme's 'General Ignorance' round, and show why, when it comes to general knowledge, none of us knows anything at all.