Trivia Quiz & Pub Quiz Book: InQUIZitive (Volume I) [Kindle Best Selling Series] - HotUKDeals
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First volume of the Kindle Bestseller series and one of Amazon’s Top Rated quiz book.
The InQUIZitive series features quizzes that will give you multiple “Aha!” moments. Each question in this series has been selected with utmost care and the book features trivia not seen in any of the other books. This is an ideal book for party games, family get-togethers and long drives with your family. Get this book and impress your friends with trivia that is truly unique.

Sample Questions
Q1. According to the website of the Colchester tourist board during the English Civil War a large cannon was placed strategically on the wall of the castle. A shot from the parliamentary army managed to destroy the wall under the cannon and caused it to tumble to the ground. The Cavaliers (who were loyal to the King) tried to raise the cannon but could not do so as it was too heavy. What was the name of the cannon & how has it been immortalized?

Q2. Canonization is a process by which the Christian church declares a deceased person to be a saint. Now, during the canonization process of the Roman Catholic Church, a lawyer was appointed to argue against the canonization of the person. It was this person’s job to take a skeptical view of the candidate's character, to look for holes in the evidence, to argue that any miracles attributed to the candidate were fraudulent, and so on. What was the popular name given to such a lawyer?

Q3. According In her book Fairy Tale Ending, Ursula Sautter offers this hypothesis: After the defeat of the Danes at the Battle of Bornhoved, their lands became available for colonization by the Germans. The German rulers sent out glib recruitment officers offering rich rewards to those who were willing to move to the new lands. Thousands of young adults from Lower Saxony headed west leaving their parents behind. What incident is she trying to explain?

1. Humpty Dumpty. It is widely believed this story of the Colchester Cannon is the origin of the nursery rhyme Humpty Dumpty

2. Devil's Advocate. Therefore, today a person who advocates an opposing or unpopular cause for the sake of argument or to expose it to a thorough examination is called a "Devil's Advocate"

3. Pied Piper of Hamelin, luring away the children of the town of Hamelin

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Thank you, looks good. Voted hot :)
Thank you OP.
Cheers as we only managed second at last night's pub quiz, this could come in handy.
Thanks OP just got mine :)
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