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2,024 QI Facts To Stop You In Your Tracks

A bumper final edition of the most surprising, amazing, and hilarious facts on the planet from the clever-clogs at QI.

92 in stock

£9.99
Format
Hardback
ISBN
9780571348961
Date Published
18.10.2018
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Summary

*THE SUNDAY TIMES TOP TEN BESTSELLER*

‘I love these books … the best books ever. Brilliant’
Chris Evans

A bumper final edition of the most surprising, amazing, and hilarious facts on the planet from the clever-clogs at QI.

QI is the smartest comedy show on British television. Here creator John Lloyd and QI Elves James Harkin and Anne Miller bring together 2,024 brain-tickling brand new facts to stop you in your tracks…

Did you know that:

Humans glow in the dark.

The Pope drives a blue Ford Focus.

One of the moons of Uranus is called Margaret.

Scottish football referees are sponsored by Specsavers.

Dogs visiting US National Parks can be certified as Bark Rangers.

The world’s smallest computer is smaller than a grain of sand.

Candyfloss was invented by a dentist.

Nobody knows who named the Earth.

Critic Reviews

'I love these books ... the best books ever. Brilliant'

Chris Evans
Critic Reviews

'A fantastic collection of pithy conversation starting facts.'

Charlie Higson
Critic Reviews

'Intriguing, hilarious and downright surprising little nuggets of information.'

Daily Mirror
Critic Reviews

'Fascinating ... The answers to the questions you never even thought to ask.'

Daily Mail
Critic Reviews

‘QI at its best is sort of what television is about … when I watch the show when I’m - you know when I’m not on it - I’ll watch it and you find it's just time spent in good company.’

Jimmy Carr
Critic Reviews

'We, generally, as people, humans, retain far more information than we’re actually aware of on a daily basis. And what this programme does, is actually by a series of sort of randomly opening doors and switching on and off of synapses unlocks all this information that hitherto you probably didn’t even know you knew.

Bill Bailey