Essential Knowledge Quiz Book, by Derek O’Brien, is a companion guide, for individuals who enjoy participating in quiz contests.
Summary Of The Book
Essential Knowledge Quiz Book, is useful for anyone who is either a quiz fanatic or preparing for exams.
This book features three thousand questions, designed to tempt and tease people of all ages. The content is divided into one thousand General Knowledge questions and two thousand questions on specialized subjects such as Hindu Mythology, Earthquakes, Indus Valley Civilization, the Italian Renaissance, Buddhism, Comets, Bill Gates and even the FA Cup, to name a few.
This text is guaranteed to increase readers’ knowledge base and hone in their skills for specific sets of questions such as Prime Ministers, Indian Presidents, Bollywood, the Human Body, Oddball Cricket Stats and even the Mughal dynasty.
Essential Knowledge Quiz Book is set in multiple choice format. It is designed to replicate an actual quiz show environment. By reading this book, readers will not only increase their general knowledge base but will have loads of fun quizzing their friends and family.
About Derek O’Brien
Derek O’Brien, is an author, member of parliament and television game show host of Bournvita Quiz Contest.
Apart from Essential Knowledge Quiz Book, he has also authored numerous quiz books such as The Ultimate India Quiz Book, The Ultimate Book of Knowledge (Volume - 2), and The Puffin Factfinder.
O’Brien’s books, are full of factual information, designed to increase general knowledge. All presented in a clear and informative manner.
He is also the CEO of Derek O’Brien & Associates, which has been in business for over twenty years. He currently resides in Kolkata. Derek joined the West Bengal ruling party All India Trinamool Congress in the year 2004. He is the first Anglo Indian to cast a vote in the 2012 presidential elections in the history of India. He has studies in St. Columba’s school, Delhi and in Scottish Church College in Kolkata. Derek has worked as a journalist for the magazine Sportsworld, and at the advertising firm, Ogilvy. He’s married to Dr. Tonuca Basu and has a daughter, Aanya.
Nice for Timepass Reading
28 Jun, 2014
Good book but too expensive
12 Jun, 2012