Summer Trivia

Summer Trivia

1123 Hard to Believe Facts, by  Nayden Kostov

Thank you, Mr. Nayden Kostov! Thanks to 1123 Hard to Believe Facts, this summer I am gonna ace the trivia games!! Yeah, I am that geek. But I love quizzes!

It could be the dopamine hitting in the brain coming with the right answer, or maybe proving to yourself and others that you know things -still, trivia is THE game! and I can’t remember one single summer without it.

Did you know that Centralia, Pennsylvania (USA) has been burning for the last 54 years? There is a coal mine just underneath the town that caught fire in 1962 and yet shows no sign of abating-2

Everybody loves it. And it’s not a coincidence if one of the most popular apps in the world is a trivia game, with more than 20 million daily active users. (Trivia Crack) I bet you do have it downloaded on your phone right now.

The word Trivia is fairly recent (1920), the first known documented labeling of this casual parlor game as “Trivia” was in a Columbia Daily Spectator column published on February 5, 1965. The authors, Ed Goodgold and Dan Carlinsky, then started the first organized “trivia contests”.  Less than 20 years later, the famous board game Trivial Pursuit was released (1982) and was a craze in the U.S. for several years thereafter.*(source Wikipedia)

Following the success of his website www.RaiseYourBrain.com, Mr. Kostov decided to compile some of the most interesting facts in an e-book, a collection of the best gems of breath-taking trivia facts, result of years of sifting through history and reference books on a myriad of subjec51rGsHQBR+L._SX334_BO1,204,203,200_.jpgts as well as searching the Internt and paying attention to the news.

Six chapters:

  • Unbelievable facts about virtually everything
  • People and animals are awesome
  • Disturbing facts about our world
  • Facts about human and animal sexuality
  • You have been warned – don’t try this at home!
  • Debunked myths or unsubstantiated urban legend

packed with interesting, funny and educational hard to believe facts.

 

This book will provide you with never-ending intellectual ammunition for a lifetime of dinner parties. You will amaze your friends and family by recounting to them that the greatest Chinese pirate of all times was a woman, or that in the USA, vending machines kill more than sharks do!

Visit RaiseYourBrain.com

 


Get your own copy now! On Amazon.com (eBook)