Game Query by the Economist
The Non-trivial trivia quiz that asks how well you really know your world
General knowledge quizzes are ten a penny. Trust The Economist, which knows both the price and the value of everything, to do something different….
In its first ever quiz book in a 175-year history, the sharp wits of The Economist’s own champion quiz team (‘Marginal Futility’) throw down the gauntlet for a genuinely severe contest. Ranging over the glove and the sweep of world history, peering into the most significant developments in science, politics and culture, this is the rate quiz whose answers shed real light on the ways of the world. What was Europe’s first attempt at an international currency union, before the Euro was a twinkle in Jacques Delors’s eye? Where did 15th-Century popes live? Who sang Diggi-Loo Diggi-Ley?
We are giving away not one, but 3 copies of this book courtesy of Weidenfeld & Nicolson (Orion Publishing)….
All you have to do to win a free copy of this remarkable book, is to enter our Quiz Britain social media competitions which we are running. Competition open to UK residents only.
(All winners will be notified by 12th December 2017)
NOTE: The promotion runs until 10am on Monday 3rd December. Promotion now closed.