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The Novels of Tom Holt
"15 spoiler-free questions about the novels of the British author of (primarily) comic fantasy."
15 Points Per Correct Answer - No time limit
"Tact comes as naturally to full-bore handguns as, say, ice-skating
to African elephants, but there comes a time when an exceptional
individual is prepared to stand up and break the mould."
The preceding quote comes from which Tom Holt novel? (Hint: Hamlet, Regalian, and, of course, a talking Schofield revolver are characters in the book.)
Faust Among Equals
"Jason squared his shoulders, drew the Sword of - I couldn't give a toss what it's supposed to be called, he said to himself, I shall call it Freckles - and took one step forward."
The preceding quote comes from which Tom Holt novel?
Song for Nero
Expecting Someone Taller
Which mythic figure is a main character in Holt's "Paint Your Dragon"?
The female lead in "Flying Dutch" has a first name shared with several other female Holt characters. What is it?
Which fantasy race has a cowboy complex in "Snow White and the Seven Samurai", considering themselves the deadliest hombres around?
Which magical item causes Michelle in "Open Sesame" to hear what inanimate objects have to say?
King Soloman's ring
the Holy Grail disguised as a blender
Which Holt novel features a BBC producer, a sorceror-king, and a wizard who quickly decides to cast a spell on a can of beer to make it ever-full?
Who's Afraid of Beowulf?
What's the background to "Expecting Someone Taller"?
Wagner's "Ring" cycle
In "Djinn Rummy", what sort of bottle was Kiss trapped in?
Holt's first published novels were sequels to E.F. Benson's ______ series.
Euxenus, the narrator of "Alexander at the World's End", becomes known for keeping what animal in a jar?
What cultural advance does the Phoenician trader keep trying to sell his Greek hosts on in "Olympiad", only to have them repeatedly refuse to believe it could be very useful?
This novel has characters named Michael and Cruella, and had the working title "Here be Dragons". Which Holt novel am I describing?
Nothing But Blue Skies
Which Roman emperor is the subject of a 2003 Thomas Holt historical novel?
What two novels are combined in "Tom Holt Omnibus 1" (2000)?
Expecting Someone Taller and Who's afraid of Beowulf?
My Hero and Who's Afraid of Beowulf?
Flying Dutch and Faust among Equals
Here Comes The Sun and Ye Gods!
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Compiled Jun 28 12