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1. A lot of us as children came across Kirrin Island early in our childhood novels. From which prolific children's author's imagination did we find out about the adventures on this island?
2. From the options given, what was the name of a fictitious island named in "Gulliver's Travels"?
3. Perhaps the most famous novel with a fictitious island is "Treasure Island" (1881). Who wrote this classic novel?
4. "The Island of Doctor Moreau" (1896) was a science fiction novel by British author H. G. Wells. Where was his island?
5. Indian Island featured in the novel written by one of the best-selling novelists of all time. Who wrote "And Then There Were None"?
6. Isla Nublar was the setting for a novel by a best-selling novel by Michael Crichton. What was the name of the novel?
7. Amity Island was the setting for this '70s novel which became an instant best seller. What was the novel's name?
8. "The Guns of Navarone" was written by Alistair McLean in 1957. Where was the fictitious island of Navarone?
9. "Shutter Island" was a 2003 novel by Dennis Lehane. What was the prominent building on the island?
10. Some of the best "island" novels are those where the fictitious island is not named. From the options below (and you won't need to go from the Earth to the Moon and back to find it), which novel is the only novel that contains an unnamed island that was unofficially named Lincoln Island?
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