When I started writing the format of this book some years back (two years exactly), I was thinking of making it more like a reference book. So I carefully selected each category based on its relevance and usefulness to proper learning. I always thought that people would be more satisfied if they will be presented a clear answer key.
The answer to each question is accompanied with detailed explanation and vivid description which, hopefully, can provide additional knowledge/learning to the readers. I was attempting an ambitious purpose of treating this quiz book more like a reference material so I made sure the presentation of the answers will be explained in details.
This book is divided into nine interesting categories:
Beauty and Fashion
Twenty questions about some fashion icons, controversies on beauty pageants, celebrities and
glamorous personalities. You will know here who was the fashion icon dubbed by Coco Chanel as "the master
of us all" and the Miss Universe winner dismissively called by Donald Trump (American billionaire and owner of Miss Universe organization since 1996) as an "eating machine"
Here, the questions vary from the Hundred Years of War, War of the Roses, World War I and II and
the Thirty Years war. When was the famous defeat of Napoleon Bonaparte occurred? The
war which made Florence Nightingale an international icon and the last soldier to be killed during
World War I just one minute before the ceasefire was announced and why he was killed.
European Queen Consorts
Instead of preparing the questions in a traditional ask-it format, I prepared each question
in a first-person form so that the readers could feel like they are directly talking to the Queen Consort.
For example "I am the eldest daughter of a Greek monarch, I married a Spanish Prince who was
not born to be a King, but when the monarchy restored, his father unexpectedly gave way in
favour of him making me a Queen Consort in 1975, who am I?"
This category features different topics from disease, food, US Presidents, politicians, world billionaires
and many more. Here, you will know the reason why US potential presidentiable, Edward Kennedy,
youngest brother of President John F. Kennedy, was embroiled in a scandal that ruined his reputation.
And the French specialty "Beurre Blanc".
Geography and Landmarks
This is one of the most exciting sections of this book because I prepared the questions in a tour-guide
format, as if you are taking or participating in an actual world tour, like this one "We then take a scenic drive to a German speaking town of
Famous poets, classic books, movie quotes and personal stories of famous writers are included here.
You will find here the book of Jane Austen which seemed like a duplicate of her real life. And the story
of Dracula, was he real or simply a fiction?
Important informations on monarchy around the world plus a controversy on Cleopatra's marriages. The
King who united Spain, and the only monarch in the world which also served as his country's Prime
Trivia on some important chapters in the Holy Bible, the Catholic faith and other Christian
denominations, Hinduism and Islam and the full official titles of the Roman Pontiff.
Science and Technology
This section talks about the private lives of some famous scientists, discoveries and inventions and the
controversial excommunication and house arrest of Galileo Galili. The former job of Albert Einstein and
why Michael Faraday was not knighted by a British monarch.
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