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10,000 QI Facts: A Brain-Busting Box Set

John Mitchinson

Everything is interesting if looked at in the right way. Laugh yourself clever with this astonishing box set collection of seven jaw-dropping, mind-boggling, rib-tickling QI fact books.

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9780571352395
Date Published
15.11.2018
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Summary

Everything is interesting if looked at in the right way. Laugh yourself clever with this astonishing box set collection of seven jaw-dropping, mind-boggling, rib-tickling QI fact books.

QI
is the smartest comedy show on British television. Over the last seven years, the QI team have blown your socks off, made your jaw drop and knocked you sideways with their astonishing fact books. Now they are going to tickle you pink with this terrific treasury of 10,000 QI facts, which collects all seven books in the series. This brilliant box set includes: 1,227 QI Facts, 1,339 QI Facts, 1,411 QI Facts, 1,234 QI Facts, 1,342 QI Facts, 1,432 QI Facts, and 2,024 QI Facts.

Together they form one of the largest collections of interesting one-line facts in the history of the human race. Get stuck in and you too can appear to be a genius in just three months, for less than the price of a taxi ride from Piccadilly Circus to Heathrow airpor

Critic Reviews

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

Chris Evans
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'A fantastic collection of pithy conversation starting facts.'

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

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

Daily Mirror
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‘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
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'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
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John Mitchinson is from the world of books. The original Marketing Director of Waterstone’s, he became Managing Director of Cassell, where he published The Beatles, Michael Palin and Brewer’s Dictionary of Phrase and Fable, and now runs Unbound. He’s with Einstein: ‘There are only two ways to live your life. One is as though nothing is a miracle. The other…

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