QI: The Second Book of General Ignorance
QI: The Second Book of General Ignorance by John Lloyd and John Mitchinson is the sequel to the phenomenal international bestseller QI: The Book of General Ignorance, with, as ever, a foreword by Stephen Fry.
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Just when you thought it was safe to start showing off again, the bestselling authors of The Book of General Ignorance and 1,277 QI Facts To Blow Your Socks Off are back. With a foreword by Stephen Fry, this parcel of unimaginable information is here to solve a few common misconceptions, mistakes and misunderstandings.
Octopuses have six legs, oranges aren’t orange, bats aren’t blind, napoleon wasn’t short, vikings didn’t wear horned helmets, there is no such thing as a fish.
QI: The Second Book of General Ignorance is the essential set text for everyone who’s proud to admit that they don’t know everything, and an ideal stick with which to beat people who think they do.
John Lloyd and John Mitchinson are the bestselling authors of QI: The Book of General Ignorance and 1,277 QI Facts To Blow Your Socks Off. Here they present a wonderful collection of astonishingly interesting facts, perfect for pub quiz lovers, trivia buffs and general knowledge experts alike.
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