by Stephen Fry
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Category: Sport, Transport & Leisure / Humour
Publisher: Faber and Faber
Publication date: 5 October 2006
Number of pages: 304
Prizes: Shortlisted for British Book Awards: TV & Film Book of the Year 2007.
Compendium of popular misconceptions, misunderstandings and common mistakes culled from the hit BBC show, QI. Published to coincide with the fourth series broadcast in September 2006.
What the papers say:
'To impress friends with your cleverness, beg, borrow or buy John Lloyd and John Mitchinson's The Book of General Ignorance, an extraordinary collection of 230 common misperceptions compiled for the BBC panel game QI (Quite Interesting).' Financial Times
'Eye-watering, eyebrow-raising, terrific . . . moving slightly faster than your brain does, so that you haven't quite absorbed the full import of one blissful item of trivial information before two or three more come along. Such fine and creative research genuinely deserves to be captured in print.' Daily Mail
In Stock: 36 copies