Non Fiction Review: Ultimate Trivia, Volume 1

Ultimate Trivia, Volume 1 by Donna Hoke
Ultimate Trivia, Volume 1
by Donna Hoke

5 out of 5 stars on GoodReads

This book has Trivia Questions in categories for US and World History, Arts and Literature, Food and Drink, and Animals and Nature. They vary from multiple choice questions, true or false, or putting a group of words into the correct order. Some groups of questions have a word bank of possible answers that you can choose from.
In the beginning, there are instructions about using the book to play with teams or individually, how to keep score, or how to play with a quizmaster that shouts out the questions to any player quick enough to answer. The book can also be used for a two-person game, or as a solo challenge.

The questions are interesting and fun, all about presidents, battles, composers, authors, architecture, films, animals, coffee, bread, and fast food.
“True or False: The world consumes more beer than coffee.”
“Emily Dickinson wrote that she could not stop for what, so ‘He kindly stopped for me’?”
“Who was [the US] President when the Berlin Wall came down?”

I can’t wait to play this with my family! My Dad loves trivia, and it should be great fun!

Disclaimer: I received a copy of this book from the publisher in exchange for a free and honest review. All the opinions stated here are my own true thoughts, and are not influenced by anyone.

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