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Fourth volume of the Kindle Bestseller series and one of Amazon’s Top Rated quiz books With over 75 five star ratings, 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, famil Fourth volume of the Kindle Bestseller series and one of Amazon’s Top Rated quiz books With over 75 five star ratings, 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. Add this book to your cart now and impress your friends with trivia that is truly unique. Limited Time Offer: Buy one, get one free See inside the book for details or contact the author at [email protected] Praise for the InQUIZItive Series - Best concept in a trivia book I've ever seen. - InQUIZitive is extremely infectious! - Trivia at its best in this written format. - InQUIZitive series offers a great collection of good trivia questions that will be fun for almost audiences and formats. - Fascinating questions with answers that will very enjoyably expand your knowledge. Sample Questions Q1. In 1700s, the deer skin was a common medium of exchange between the trading settlers and the native Indians in America. Both the parties agreed that each deer skin was worth a dollar and thus it became an important unit of commerce on the American frontier. This story is widely believed to be the origin of what word? Q2. Lady Godiva appealed to her husband to reduce the oppressive taxes he levied on the town people. He agreed to do so provided she rode naked through the town. Legend has it that Lady Godiva sent word to the town folks and asked them to avert their eyes as she rode by. Out of respect for Lady Godiva, they all complied with her wishes. All expect one who couldn't help but sneak a peek. Who? Q3.In 2005, a software company Scansoft Inc. was looking for a voice artist for a special database project. They reached out to GM Voices, a company providing such facility. Their main voice over artist was absent and this project went to Susan Bennett. Susan worked for over a month reading phrases and sentences for the project. Her recordings were then concatenated into various words, sentences, and paragraphs used in the project. What did Susan lend her voice to? Answers: 1. Buck, the slang term for a dollar. 2. Peeping Tom 3. Siri, Apple's intelligent personal assistant.


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Fourth volume of the Kindle Bestseller series and one of Amazon’s Top Rated quiz books With over 75 five star ratings, 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, famil Fourth volume of the Kindle Bestseller series and one of Amazon’s Top Rated quiz books With over 75 five star ratings, 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. Add this book to your cart now and impress your friends with trivia that is truly unique. Limited Time Offer: Buy one, get one free See inside the book for details or contact the author at [email protected] Praise for the InQUIZItive Series - Best concept in a trivia book I've ever seen. - InQUIZitive is extremely infectious! - Trivia at its best in this written format. - InQUIZitive series offers a great collection of good trivia questions that will be fun for almost audiences and formats. - Fascinating questions with answers that will very enjoyably expand your knowledge. Sample Questions Q1. In 1700s, the deer skin was a common medium of exchange between the trading settlers and the native Indians in America. Both the parties agreed that each deer skin was worth a dollar and thus it became an important unit of commerce on the American frontier. This story is widely believed to be the origin of what word? Q2. Lady Godiva appealed to her husband to reduce the oppressive taxes he levied on the town people. He agreed to do so provided she rode naked through the town. Legend has it that Lady Godiva sent word to the town folks and asked them to avert their eyes as she rode by. Out of respect for Lady Godiva, they all complied with her wishes. All expect one who couldn't help but sneak a peek. Who? Q3.In 2005, a software company Scansoft Inc. was looking for a voice artist for a special database project. They reached out to GM Voices, a company providing such facility. Their main voice over artist was absent and this project went to Susan Bennett. Susan worked for over a month reading phrases and sentences for the project. Her recordings were then concatenated into various words, sentences, and paragraphs used in the project. What did Susan lend her voice to? Answers: 1. Buck, the slang term for a dollar. 2. Peeping Tom 3. Siri, Apple's intelligent personal assistant.

30 review for Trivia Quiz & Pub Quiz Book: InQUIZitive (Volume IV)

  1. 4 out of 5

    Adeel Khan

    Great Quizzing! Questions uncover stories of things we know about or use in our lives a lot but don't know these stories behind them. Great Quizzing! Questions uncover stories of things we know about or use in our lives a lot but don't know these stories behind them.

  2. 4 out of 5

    David Watson

    How smart are you? Do you think questions on Who Wants To Be A Millionaire or Jeopardy are too easy? When your with your friends are they in awe by all the trivia knowledge that you possess? Well if you’re looking for a new challenge or to gain some more trivia knowledge to impress people, check out InQUIZitive Trivia Quiz & Pub Book Volume IV by Sumit Dhar. This book will make you realize that you have a lot to learn. The InQUIZitive book series is not your normal trivia book, it has a lot of in How smart are you? Do you think questions on Who Wants To Be A Millionaire or Jeopardy are too easy? When your with your friends are they in awe by all the trivia knowledge that you possess? Well if you’re looking for a new challenge or to gain some more trivia knowledge to impress people, check out InQUIZitive Trivia Quiz & Pub Book Volume IV by Sumit Dhar. This book will make you realize that you have a lot to learn. The InQUIZitive book series is not your normal trivia book, it has a lot of information that you won’t find in other trivia books. Some of the questions range from Chinese history to rock music. InQUIZitive has a little something for everyone. The questions are hard, but you will learn a lot if you stick with it. I found as I was reading through the questions and answers that they are hard but I also realized that I was learning a lot of things that I didn’t know before. InQUIZitive is an addictive read, its part quiz book and part history book. I had to read the answers after each question because I didn’t know any of them and once I started I couldn’t stop. If you’re a trivia buff you have to get into the InQUIZitive series. Once you start reading it you will realize that no matter how smart you are, you have a lot to learn. If you don’t know who Malik Abdul Aziz is, or who Richard M. Schulze is, then you need this book. If you like Trivia Crack or Trivial Pursuit then you’ve got to try InQUIZitive. Sumit Dhar has created a book that is fun, informative and addictive. My first thought when I started it was that I’m not smart enough to read this book, but I also found that I couldn’t put it down. If the fact that this book is fun isn’t enough to get you to read it, just get it so you can impress your friends with how much you know.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Charles

    Although I was able to correctly answer many of the questions without peeking at the answer, the trivia questions in this collection stretched my mind. The subject matter is everything from word origins to the circumstances behind an invention of something that nearly everyone uses. There are some containing significant clues that lead you to the answer, but in other cases there is nothing in the manner of a hint. The questions are split into groups of five with the answers appearing on the fo Although I was able to correctly answer many of the questions without peeking at the answer, the trivia questions in this collection stretched my mind. The subject matter is everything from word origins to the circumstances behind an invention of something that nearly everyone uses. There are some containing significant clues that lead you to the answer, but in other cases there is nothing in the manner of a hint. The questions are split into groups of five with the answers appearing on the following page. There is no overall theme to a group, the subjects within the groups are just as disparate as the overall collection. I went through the entire collection of 100 questions in one sitting, once I started I found myself caught up in the chase of tackling even more of the questions. If you enjoy stretching your mind by tackling trivia questions, this is a book that you will love. This book was made available for free for review purposes and this review appears on Amazon.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Kristi Richardson

    I received a copy of this book from the author, because he knows I love trivia! This series rocks! The fourth book of the series has 20 quizzes perfect for friends and family time together. The categories range from music to art to business and they are just as difficult to figure out as the first three books. The questions are put out there with clues to what the logical answer would be and the answers are exacting and accurate. I can't say enough about these fun books! Great for the trivia buffs I received a copy of this book from the author, because he knows I love trivia! This series rocks! The fourth book of the series has 20 quizzes perfect for friends and family time together. The categories range from music to art to business and they are just as difficult to figure out as the first three books. The questions are put out there with clues to what the logical answer would be and the answers are exacting and accurate. I can't say enough about these fun books! Great for the trivia buffs and lovers of knowledge everywhere.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Chris Coffman

    I'm not one for trivia, but I did enjoy this book. This would be a great read for someone interested in Jeopardy, or Trivia Pursuit. Maybe giving these books to your children and download the new 'Trivia Crack' program, would be an excellent learning experience. Kisses. I'm not one for trivia, but I did enjoy this book. This would be a great read for someone interested in Jeopardy, or Trivia Pursuit. Maybe giving these books to your children and download the new 'Trivia Crack' program, would be an excellent learning experience. Kisses.

  6. 4 out of 5

    David

    More good trivia from Sumit Dhar. Thanks to the author for the opportunity to read these.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Karen

    Great book to do trivia questions with friends and family. if you are wanting to spend a fun night learning new stuff and stumping your friends and family this is the book for you

  8. 4 out of 5

    Alejandra Escalera

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  11. 5 out of 5

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  12. 4 out of 5

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  14. 4 out of 5

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  16. 5 out of 5

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  17. 5 out of 5

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  18. 5 out of 5

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  25. 5 out of 5

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  30. 5 out of 5

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