Trivia Quiz Series

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The Great Book of Pub Trivia Publisher's Summary

Are you a pub trivia enthusiast looking for some new challenges? The Great Book of Pub Trivia is the perfect companion for game nights, fun family times, fun evenings with friends, or just brushing up on your pub trivia knowledge. These trivia questions will get your brain working, and these random facts will give you bragging rights with all your friends (if you get them right). You'll get instant access to fun quizzes covering different topics such as film, politics, science, history, fashion and many more.

You’ll get a taste of quizzes like:

  • In emergency situations, this process is used to determine which injured people should receive medical attention first, based on how serious and how treatable they are. This especially happens out in the field. The term comes from the French meaning to separate, sift, or select. What is the name of this process?
  • This man was a famous businessman, investor, pilot, and film industry genius who was incredibly wealthy, becoming a millionaire at age 18. He was also incredibly troubled with OCD and pain from injuries he got in a plane crash. He was born in 1905 and died in 1976 at which point he had become a major recluse. He famously dated Katherine Hepburn, broke a world record for a flight around the world. His famous plane was known as the Spruce Goose. He was the subject of the movie The Aviator, where he was portrayed by Leonardo DiCaprio. What is his name?
  • The Mustang was originally unveiled in 1964 and is a classic American muscle car. It appeared in many famous films, including Goldfinger. It was created to compete with the Chevrolet Camaro, Pontiac Firebird, AMC Javelin, Chrysler Plymouth Barracuda, and the Dodge Challenger. Which car manufacturer created the Mustang?
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