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Stephen King - The Eyes of the Dragon was originally titled Napkins.First published as a limited edition in 1984, the fantasy novel "The Eyes of the Dragon" was penned by which author?

a. Stephen King
b. Todd McFarlane
c. David Eddings
d. R. A. Salvatore


USA - Anne McCaffrey was born in Cambridge, Massachusetts.In what country was the fantasy author Anne McCaffrey born?

a. USA
b. South Africa
c. Ireland
d. Norway


J. M. Barrie - Disney’s cartoon adaptation of Peter Pan was released in 1953.Originally titled Peter and Wendy, who authored the 1911 novel "Peter Pan"?

a. C. S. Lewis
b. E. B. White
c. J. M. Barrie
d. A. A. Milne


13 - The thirteenth district was underground.How many districts are there in "The Hunger Games"?

a. 16
b. 12
c. 9
d. 13


John Steinbeck - Of Mice and Men tells the story of two displaced migrant ranch workers named George Milton and Lennie Small.Who wrote the 1937 novella "Of Mice and Men"?

a. Michael Crichton
b. John Grisham
c. C. S. Lewis
d. John Steinbeck


Montague - Juliette's family name was Capulet.What was Romeo's family name?

a. Cyprus
b. Proteus
c. Tybalt
d. Montague


Yann Martel - Ang Lee was the director of the film that was released in 2012.Who wrote the 2001 Canadian adventure novel "Life of Pi"?

a. James Wood
b. Alice Kuipers
c. Yann Martel
d. Ang Lee


Benjamin Franklin - Benjamin Franklin also used the name Alice Addertongue.Which author has used the pen names Busy Body, Caelia Shortface and Benevolus?

a. Benjamin Franklin
b. Stephen King
c. Charles Dickens
d. Samuel Clemens


1884 - First published in the UK, Adventures of Huckleberry Finn was published in the US in 1885.When was Mark Twain's novel "Adventures of Huckleberry Finn" first published?

a. 1940
b. 1884
c. 1855
d. 1903


1984 - 1984 was penned by George Orwell.Which novel opens with the line – "It was a bright cold day in April, and the clocks were striking thirteen"?

a. The Hobbit
b. 1984
c. A tale of Two Cities
d. Dune


Gandalf - Gandalf the Grey is a member of the Istari Order.What is the name of the wizard who helps Frodo?

a. Solomon
b. Nazgul
c. Sauron
d. Gandalf


Rudyard Kipling - Rudyard was an English poet, musician and author.Who wrote the books "Nonsense Botany" and "Laughable Lyrics"?

a. James Joyce
b. Robert Louis Stevenson
c. Rudyard Kipling
d. Sir Arthur Conan Doyle


20 years - Published in 1819, Rip Van Winkle was written by Washington Irvine.In the short story "Rip Van Winkle," how long did Winkle sleep?

a. Two days
b. Three weeks
c. 100 years
d. 20 years


Jane - Miss Marple has appeared in 12 of Agatha Christie's crime novels.What was Miss Marple's first name?

a. Emily
b. Jane
c. Laura
d. Clare


Charles de Gaulle  - Published in 1971, The Day of the Jackal was written by Frederick Forsyth."The Day of the Jackal" is a novel about whose assassination?

a. Charles de Gaulle
b. John F. Kennedy
c. Ghandi
d. Abraham Lincoln




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