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The Big Book of Random Facts: Vol. 6 by Bill O'Niell (50)

  • Paperback: 150 pages
  • Kindle: 3356 KB
  • Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (2 Feb. 2017)
  • ISBN: 9781542926010

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If you enjoy brain games, trivia quizzes or just stuffing your brain with random facts about anything and everything then this book is definitely for you. But you don’t have to be a trivia buff to thoroughly enjoy this amazing read. The Big Book of Random Facts is just that - a huge list of random trivia facts, funny facts and interesting facts in no particular order about almost everything under the sun (and beyond it)! 

The Big Book of Random facts is packed with 1000 trivia facts that range from the fascinating, the bizarre, the hilarious, the gruesome to the downright mind-boggling. These random facts are 100% true, collected from studies, historical records, scientific experiments and people who just went out and measured the weirdest things! 

Ultimately, the Big Book of Random Facts is a fun-filled educational experience. You will learn astonishing and unbelievable facts about nature, animals, historical figures, ancient cultures the universe and much more. Who was the real Cleopatra? What medical problem was Napoleon suffering from at the Battle of Waterloo? What was Elvis’ last meal? What is the longest name in the world? Read the book and find out!

This is a light and amusing book that makes an ideal gift, a fun read at social gatherings and a great way for kids to learn new things while having a laugh. Grab yourself a copy and prepare for a roller-coaster ride that will leave you more knowledgeable, amused and astonished but ultimately thoroughly entertained every page of the way! 


REVIEW:
What a super fun read!
 I like having useless facts in my head. They can often be great conversation starters, plus it gives you a wealth of knowledge. 
Although this book is just fact after fact, most of them I had not heard of before. There were a few I had though.
The best one is that in vanilla, secretions from beaver anal glands is inside it. How I laughed and kinda gagged at that one. I just made vanilla tarelles, which are an Italian cookie. I looked at the hubby and said, 'Oh, great. Now we got beaver anal gland cookies.' It was hilarious, but may have been one of those moments where you had to be there....
A quick, fun and informative read. It will have you looking stuff up to verify it, for days.
The only thing I didn't care for was the way it was presented. Just in numbered form. That was the boring part, to be honest.


4/5



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  1. This sounds like such an interesting concept!

    Lotte | www.lottelauv.blogspot.co.uk

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