The Do You Read Me? Quiz - Third Edition

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The Do You Read Me? Quiz - Third Edition

How good are you at recognising authors and book titles?


Questions and Answers
  • 1. 
     This author, who sometimes writes under the name Richard Bachman, has sold more than 350,000000 books. Who is it?
  • 2. 
     What's the title of this book?
  • 3. 
    This author was born on 28 December 1959. Found abandoned on the steps of a London hospital. Grew up to be a petty criminal. Took and failed the army pilot test and joined the Green Jackets instead, then the SAS. Served on the same patrol in Iraq as novelist Chris Ryan, and wrote a best-selling biography about the experience. A man of mystery, he usually makes TV apearances in a balaclava, although recently he allowed his elbow to be seen in the UK newspaper The Sun. Who is it?
  • 4. 
     What's the title of this book?
  • 5. 
     Who is this?
  • 6. 
    This 1992 non-fiction mega bestseller by John Gray suggests that men and women are as different as beings from other planets and understanding this can lead to better relationships. For example: women complain about problems because they want their problems to be acknowledged, while men complain about problems because they are asking for solutions. What's the title?
  • 7. 
     Born Marguerite Ann Johnson in 1928, this autobiographer and poet is regarded by Oprah Winfey as "mentor-mother-sister-friend" Who is it?
  • 8. 
     What's the title?
  • 9. 
    What order should the images be in?
    • A. 

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    • B. 

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    • C. 

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    • D. 

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    • E. 

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  • 10. 
    These two authors werelifelong friends. Both put everything they had into writing two groundbreaking books in the 1960's which are now classics. She never published anything again and after helping him with the research on his book, she disappeared from public life. He never wrote anything substantial again, though demand for his work was high. He died in the late 70's, probably from liver disease and a cocktail of drugs. Who are they?