The World's Most Difficult Quiz 2: More King William's College General Knowledge Papers.

Cullen, Pat.

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Contains 30 sets of 180 questions from the 1920s to 1980. King Wiliam’s School used to set them on the last day of the Christmas term. Who lost an orchard by tasting an apple? Who lost a race and won a husband through an apple? Who made an enemy of 2 ladies through an apple? With whom or what do you associate a Plantaganet hammer? Who produced batrachian and vespoid choruses? Sucks you right in.

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Who made an enemy of two ladies through an apple? Why did Tar Baby keep on sayin' nothin'? Which royal residence is built on thirteen thousand piles? Following the best-selling book The World's Most Difficult Quiz comes this sequel which collects the most taxing questions from early King William's College General Knowledge papers published in the Guardian over many years. Again the book includes a new and devilishly difficult set of questions prepared especially for publication by quizmaster Pat Cullen. A challenge for the most erudite of minds, The World's Most Difficult Quiz 2 is the ultimate general knowledge challenge.

Book Details

Author Cullen, Pat.
Format PB
Publisher Liverpool University Press
Imprint Liverpool University Press
Number of Pages 318
Publish Date 30/08/2012
Catalogue Apr19
Catalogue book number 273