Fiction Quizzes & Trivia

Fact or fiction? More than half of the movies and the most popular television series these days are based on characters that came alive from a book or superheroes from comic books. But how much do you know about fictional writing? Can you answer the simplest questions like, Who wrote The Da Vinci Code?

What do people from ‘The Walking Dead’ call the zombies? Who wrote the thrilling and unpredictable book: Game of Thrones? I’m pretty sure that you can answer one or two of the questions there. So, you think you can get a perfect score? Think you’re a fiction novels lover? More questions, trivia and facts about fictional characters to gain from our quizzes on Fiction. No fictional answers please!
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There is a lot that goes around us, various incidents, events, and other things. And generally, it all comes in our knowledge in some form of information, whether it's right or not. Well, whatever we happen to hear or read...

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    Your tongue senses different tastes in different areas 



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    In which category does the following excerpt belong:  "Jack feels lost and alone at boarding school until he meets a boy names Early. When they embark on a quest to track down a great black bear, will these two boys find more than they bargained for?"

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    What is the nature of a fictional story?

Number the Stars is historical fiction by Lois Lowry. It's about the escape of a Jewish family from Copenhagen, Denmark, during World War II. The story revolves around a 10-year-old Annemarie Johansen, who lives with her...

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    Which event occured first in the story:



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    Nineteenth and Twentieth century literature were quite different.  How was twentieth century literature different?

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Fiction Questions & Answers


What can you say about this statement? Your tongue senses different tastes in different areas.
There was a time when people believed that the different sections of the tongue are meant to taste different flavors but according to research, this is not true. There are some parts of the tongue that are more sensitive to certain flavors but the wh
Is it a fact or fiction that the earth rotates about its axis approximately 366.25 times for each revolution about the sun?
FactHard to believe, we know. To simplify it, a day is defined by the time it takes for the sun to get to the same part of the sky as it was the day before. It takes more than one spin to complete a day, because we have to make up for the distance we
What can you say about this sentence? You lose most of your body heat through your head?
FictionOnly - maybe - if thats the only part of your body that isnt warmly covered. source: http://www.guardian.co.uk/science/2008/dec/17/medicalresearch-humanbehaviour
Which event occured first in the story?
The girls were questioned by soldiers on their way home from school
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