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Welcome To My Bookshop! Trivia Quiz


If you love books of all different genres, then this is the place to be. You have a list of books to find, and the shelves are in alphabetical order, so you should have no problems!

A multiple-choice quiz by buffy_anne. Estimated time: 15 mins.
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buffy_anne
Time
15 mins
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Multiple Choice
Quiz #
191,187
Updated
Dec 03 21
# Qns
20
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Question 1 of 20
1. As you walk into this great bookshop, you soon realise that whatever book you are looking for, you will be sure to find it here. After a quick look around, you also realise that the shelves are in alphabetical order of the author's surname, so you immediately start where every good author does. At the beginning!
You walk to the nearest shelf with the letter 'A' clearly marked on it. After a good look, you pick up a classic book by Jane Austen. You have read some of her other works, but you are lucky enough to find one you haven't read yet. You turn the book over to read the synopsis, and find out that this story features two sisters, Marianne and Elinor. It follows their lives after their tragic loss of their father leaves them without a penny. These two sisters are very different in their ways, and therefore continue their lives in very different ways. In true Jane Austen style, you realise that you are going to be in for a story of love and loss in a spectacular writing style. What is the name of this book?
Hint


Question 2 of 20
2. You are looking for a book written by Frances Hodgson Burnett, so you make your way to the 'B' section of the shelves. You see it straight away, and immediately pick it up and read the back cover to make sure it is the one you want. This book follows a young girl, Mary, who comes to her uncle's house after the tragic loss of her parents. The house is extremely lonely, and she, like any other child, needs fun in her life. One day she discovers a garden which is unused and locked up, and strives to find a way in. As soon as she finds it, she and her two new friends begin to share the excitement and happiness the garden brings, and, along with it, comes happiness in other places as well. Yes, this is the book you have been looking for, but what is it called? Hint


Question 3 of 20
3. You make your way over to the 'C' section, where you pick up a children's book by the author, Lewis Carroll. You think this book would be perfect to read to your young cousin, as it follows a young girl and a white rabbit through a hole and into a strange and wonderful world. On their adventures, they meet many other wonderful characters, who you know your cousin will love, such as the Mad Hatter, the wonderful Cheshire Cat, and many more. What is the title of the book you are holding? Hint


Question 4 of 20
4. As you make your way over to the 'D' section of books, you are taken aback slightly by the number of books by a specific author. You pick up one of his books called, "Matilda", which is about a young girl whose parents do not seem to love her. She invents a game in which she punishes them each time they are nasty toward her, and through this game she discovers that she has magical powers. Who is the author of this magical book? Hint


Question 5 of 20
5. You make your way to the 'E' section of the bookshop, and head for the comedy shelves, where you notice a red book by the author Ben Elton. You open it up and read the inside cover to determine what it is about. You find out that it is about a couple, Sam and Lucy, who have very different ideas about what they want in life. Lucy wants a baby, whereas Sam is stuck on writing a movie script. The book follows their comic life as they argue about what it is they want, but you don't want to read anymore as you will spoil the ending, so you put it in your basket and continue looking around the shop. What is this book's name? Hint


Question 6 of 20
6. Moving on to the 'F' section of the shelves, you pick up a book by Anne Fine. You turn to the back and begin to read the synopsis, and laugh out loud, as you realise this book will be quite a funny one. It follows a young boy and his classmates as they approach a task for the science fair. To the dismay of the young rebel, Simon, it involves taking care of their own babies, which are in the shape of bags of flour. It looks quite humorous as you can not imagine a child feeling the strain of parenthood through a small bag of flour, and you look forward to reading it to your young cousin. What is the name of this book?

Answer: (Two Words)
Question 7 of 20
7. Moving on to the 'G' section of the shelves, you immediately pick up a book by the author William Golding. You think you know what this classic book is about, but you turn it over to make sure. You read that it is a tale about a small group of schoolboys who are in a plane accident, which leaves them stranded on a deserted island. You follow their story as they struggle to survive without the help of adults, completing such tasks as gathering food and building shelters. You meet characters such as Ralph, the leader of the group, and Piggy, the wise chubby boy who is picked on because of his weight and his glasses. As the story goes on, the order fails, leading to disastrous consequences, and a large group of the boys turning into savages, led by another character, Jack. Soon, instead of hunting animals for food, it is Piggy and Ralph who are being hunted.
You do not want to read any further, as this book sounds like a great, yet scary and sad tale, so you drop it into your basket and head to the next section of books. What is this classic book called?

Answer: (Four words.)
Question 8 of 20
8. Walking over to the 'H' section of the bookshop, you pick up a book you recognize from school by the author, Anne Holm. You recall in your memory, as you read the back of the book, that this is a powerful story about a young boy who escapes from a concentration camp and runs through Europe to his freedom. He occasionally meets up with people, but for the majority of his journey, he is alone, unable to know who he can trust, and forever looking behind him in case they catch up with him and take him back to the horror of the camp. What is this book called? Hint


Question 9 of 20
9. You start to head straight past the 'I' section, when a book catches your eye. You walk over and pick it up and realise that you have seen the film that is based on the book. The book is set in Maine, back in the first half of the century and is John Irving's sixth novel. It follows the story of two special people, Homer Wells, a young man who has never been adopted and goes in search for work at the Cider House, and Dr. Wilbur Larch, an obstetrician and an abortionist. As you read the first page, you realise that this book is going to be as good as the film. You put it into the heavy basket and remind yourself to buy some tissues. What is the name of the book? Hint


Question 10 of 20
10. You walk over to the next section of books, the 'J' surnames. You look on the shelf for a classic horror book, and soon find what you are looking for. You pick up a book by Henry James, and begin to read the back. It is a ghost story about a young, inexperienced governess who is sent to look after two young orphaned children in the country. Soon, things begin to get a little creepy for the governess, after she first sees a person who has long been dead, who claims he has come for the young boy. You shiver at the thought of this book, but you are already planning your cosy night in front of the fire with a cushion and this book! What is it called? Hint


Question 11 of 20
11. Next, you walk over to the shelves holding books by the authors with the surname of 'K'. Here, you pick up a book from the thriller section and notice that it is by a well known author, Stephen King. It is a big book, holding six parts of the same story which is set back in 1932. It follows the story of a black man who is awaiting the electric chair for the murder of two young girls. He is a quiet, yet slow man, with a great sadness about him. The story is told as a flashback by one of the guards, Paul Edgecombe, as he remembers what his long life was like when he was working on death row, or as they preferred to call it, "The Green Mile".
You flip open the book and look on the inside cover, and realise that each of the six parts all have a separate title of their own. What is the name of the first part?
Hint


Question 12 of 20
12. On the next shelf is a long line of books by authors with surnames beginning with 'L'. One book in particular catches your eye, as you can remember the extraordinary tales from when you were younger. You can remember checking your own cupboard door in the hope that you might find what Peter, Susan, Edmund and Lucy found behind theirs in an old house where they were evacuated to. You always wanted to find the magical world of Narnia, where animals talked and you could cuddle up to a gentle and wise lion. You also remember the walking trees and the white witch and the snow covered mountains. "The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe" was one of your favourite stories as a child, and even now you would love to sit in front of an open fire and read what is on those pages. You look at the authors name to remind you. Who is the author of this great book? Hint


Question 13 of 20
13. Walking over to the 'M' section of the bookshop, you decide that you want to look at something different. You immediately go over to the plays section of the shelf, and after about a minute you find one that looks like your cup of tea!
Arthur Miller is the author of this play about the Salem witch-hunt, which follows the story of characters such as Abigail Williams and John Proctor, as they go through an extremely powerful and emotional time, leading to various sad deaths. Yes, this is the play for you, and as it is not very big, you could probably fit it into your lunch hour! What is the name of this play?

Answer: (Two Words. First Word: 'The')
Question 14 of 20
14. Next section is the 'N' section of books. Still thinking of the other books you read as a child, you immediately walk over to the children's section of 'N' to see if you can pick one out for your young cousin. Sure enough, it does not take you long before you find a book about a group of children who find a Psammead. This creature grants them three wishes, which take them on many adventures. The Psammead is not a very happy creature, and as the children find out, he is the one who is putting them in difficult situations, such as having to fight off Red Indians. E. Nesbit is the author of this book, but what is the title? Hint


Question 15 of 20
15. 'Not many more to go', you think as you pull your heavy basket towards the 'O' section of the bookshop. Luckily, you find the book you are looking for straight away. You reach up to the top shelf and pull down a classic novel by George Orwell, and immediately turn it over to read the back. It is a complex story of a society which is run by the famous 'Big Brother' watching over them. If they do not conform to the rules which are set, there are circumstances which are beyond all belief and horrors. One man attempts to find truth and escape this world, but that is easier said than done. Dropping this book into the overflowing basket, you make your way to the next section. What is the name of this book? Hint


Question 16 of 20
16. You make your way to the 'P' section of the bookshop, and pick up a 'Discworld' novel. The one you are looking for is "Reaper Man", where Death decides to take a holiday, and without Death to keep everything calm, and only a small Death Mouse filling in, chaos soon ensures. You find the book in the middle of the bookshelf, and move onto the next section. Who is the author of the "Discworld Series"? Hint


Question 17 of 20
17. Moving on to the 'R' section, as you do not need any books from the section before, and you know exactly what you are looking for. Your young cousin has wanted this book for ages, and you quite like the look of it as well! J.K. Rowling has kept children glued to their seats, and you don't mind admitting that you too have been glued to your seat, in her books about a young wizard and his friends. You have read the first four books in the series, but you, and your cousin of course, are eager to find out what happens in the fifth book - if only you could remember the name. Hint


Question 18 of 20
18. Taking a walk over to the 'S' section of the bookshelves, an old classic takes your attention by the woman writer, Mary Shelley. As you read the back cover you realise this is a book about a young Swiss man, going by the name of Victor, who meets with an English explorer who is on his way to the North Pole. During the journey, he tells his new found friend of his life, and it is not as simple as most people's. This man, Victor, discovered how to create life by accumulating various body parts and bringing it to life. The story is not all smiles, as Victor created, in his eyes, a monster that was rejected in the society of where he lived. His 'monster' was not all bad, though, as you figure out by reading a few pages of the book. He was taken in by a blind man and by observing his actions, he learnt to read and talk and felt love for him, who he began to call 'family'. Unfortunately, the blind man's children return home and beat him, and because of this, he decides to take revenge on his creator. You do not want to read any more of this classic story, as you do not want to ruin the end. You take note of the title. What is the title, which is also Victor's surname?

Answer: (One Word)
Question 19 of 20
19. You quickly move to the 'T' section, where you are looking for a book by J. R. R. Tolkien. You have read the "Lord of the Rings" trilogy, but have never read the book in which you first get to meet that lovable little creature by the name of Bilbo Baggins. You want to read how he was the one who found the ring, and you know which book can tell you. What is this book you are searching for?

Answer: (Two Words. First Word: 'The')
Question 20 of 20
20. You look at your overflowing basket, and glance up at the clock. You realise that you only have time, and room, for one more book. You think about the one you most want out of the rest of the list, and come up with the answer. Walking past two sections, you arrive at the 'W' shelves. You begin looking for the popular children's author, Jacqueline Wilson, and finally find a few of her books in the middle of the shelf. You see one of her books, which your cousin already has, "Story of Tracy Beaker", which is also a favourite television programme of your cousin, but that is not the one you want. The book you are looking for is about two girls, Alice and Gemma, who were born on the same day and have grown up as close friends. Gemma is the loud one, whereas Alice is the quieter one, which makes the friendship even more special. The story follows their friendship as one of the girls has to move away to Scotland, testing their friendship to the limit. Your cousin told you this is a funny story, and you are inclined to believe her. Finally you find the one you are looking for, drop it into your basket, and hurry to the counter before the shop shuts, or you drop all your books!
What is the name of this book?
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1. As you walk into this great bookshop, you soon realise that whatever book you are looking for, you will be sure to find it here. After a quick look around, you also realise that the shelves are in alphabetical order of the author's surname, so you immediately start where every good author does. At the beginning! You walk to the nearest shelf with the letter 'A' clearly marked on it. After a good look, you pick up a classic book by Jane Austen. You have read some of her other works, but you are lucky enough to find one you haven't read yet. You turn the book over to read the synopsis, and find out that this story features two sisters, Marianne and Elinor. It follows their lives after their tragic loss of their father leaves them without a penny. These two sisters are very different in their ways, and therefore continue their lives in very different ways. In true Jane Austen style, you realise that you are going to be in for a story of love and loss in a spectacular writing style. What is the name of this book?

Answer: Sense and Sensibility

This wonderful classic was published in 1811.
2. You are looking for a book written by Frances Hodgson Burnett, so you make your way to the 'B' section of the shelves. You see it straight away, and immediately pick it up and read the back cover to make sure it is the one you want. This book follows a young girl, Mary, who comes to her uncle's house after the tragic loss of her parents. The house is extremely lonely, and she, like any other child, needs fun in her life. One day she discovers a garden which is unused and locked up, and strives to find a way in. As soon as she finds it, she and her two new friends begin to share the excitement and happiness the garden brings, and, along with it, comes happiness in other places as well. Yes, this is the book you have been looking for, but what is it called?

Answer: The Secret Garden

"The Secret Garden" was published in 1911.
3. You make your way over to the 'C' section, where you pick up a children's book by the author, Lewis Carroll. You think this book would be perfect to read to your young cousin, as it follows a young girl and a white rabbit through a hole and into a strange and wonderful world. On their adventures, they meet many other wonderful characters, who you know your cousin will love, such as the Mad Hatter, the wonderful Cheshire Cat, and many more. What is the title of the book you are holding?

Answer: Alice's Adventures in Wonderland

Lewis Carroll is otherwise known as Charles Lutwidge Dodgson.
4. As you make your way over to the 'D' section of books, you are taken aback slightly by the number of books by a specific author. You pick up one of his books called, "Matilda", which is about a young girl whose parents do not seem to love her. She invents a game in which she punishes them each time they are nasty toward her, and through this game she discovers that she has magical powers. Who is the author of this magical book?

Answer: Roald Dahl

"Matilda" was published in 1988.
5. You make your way to the 'E' section of the bookshop, and head for the comedy shelves, where you notice a red book by the author Ben Elton. You open it up and read the inside cover to determine what it is about. You find out that it is about a couple, Sam and Lucy, who have very different ideas about what they want in life. Lucy wants a baby, whereas Sam is stuck on writing a movie script. The book follows their comic life as they argue about what it is they want, but you don't want to read anymore as you will spoil the ending, so you put it in your basket and continue looking around the shop. What is this book's name?

Answer: Inconceivable

"Inconceivable" was published in 1999.
6. Moving on to the 'F' section of the shelves, you pick up a book by Anne Fine. You turn to the back and begin to read the synopsis, and laugh out loud, as you realise this book will be quite a funny one. It follows a young boy and his classmates as they approach a task for the science fair. To the dismay of the young rebel, Simon, it involves taking care of their own babies, which are in the shape of bags of flour. It looks quite humorous as you can not imagine a child feeling the strain of parenthood through a small bag of flour, and you look forward to reading it to your young cousin. What is the name of this book?

Answer: Flour Babies

This book, which was first published in 1992, was a winner of the 'Carnegie Medal' and the 'Whitbread Award'.
7. Moving on to the 'G' section of the shelves, you immediately pick up a book by the author William Golding. You think you know what this classic book is about, but you turn it over to make sure. You read that it is a tale about a small group of schoolboys who are in a plane accident, which leaves them stranded on a deserted island. You follow their story as they struggle to survive without the help of adults, completing such tasks as gathering food and building shelters. You meet characters such as Ralph, the leader of the group, and Piggy, the wise chubby boy who is picked on because of his weight and his glasses. As the story goes on, the order fails, leading to disastrous consequences, and a large group of the boys turning into savages, led by another character, Jack. Soon, instead of hunting animals for food, it is Piggy and Ralph who are being hunted. You do not want to read any further, as this book sounds like a great, yet scary and sad tale, so you drop it into your basket and head to the next section of books. What is this classic book called?

Answer: Lord of the Flies

This classic book was first published in 1954.
8. Walking over to the 'H' section of the bookshop, you pick up a book you recognize from school by the author, Anne Holm. You recall in your memory, as you read the back of the book, that this is a powerful story about a young boy who escapes from a concentration camp and runs through Europe to his freedom. He occasionally meets up with people, but for the majority of his journey, he is alone, unable to know who he can trust, and forever looking behind him in case they catch up with him and take him back to the horror of the camp. What is this book called?

Answer: I Am David

"I Am David" was first published in 1963 with the name of "David". It was first published in Great Britain two years later.
9. You start to head straight past the 'I' section, when a book catches your eye. You walk over and pick it up and realise that you have seen the film that is based on the book. The book is set in Maine, back in the first half of the century and is John Irving's sixth novel. It follows the story of two special people, Homer Wells, a young man who has never been adopted and goes in search for work at the Cider House, and Dr. Wilbur Larch, an obstetrician and an abortionist. As you read the first page, you realise that this book is going to be as good as the film. You put it into the heavy basket and remind yourself to buy some tissues. What is the name of the book?

Answer: The Cider House Rules

This book was published in 1985. The film was on our screens in 1999.
10. You walk over to the next section of books, the 'J' surnames. You look on the shelf for a classic horror book, and soon find what you are looking for. You pick up a book by Henry James, and begin to read the back. It is a ghost story about a young, inexperienced governess who is sent to look after two young orphaned children in the country. Soon, things begin to get a little creepy for the governess, after she first sees a person who has long been dead, who claims he has come for the young boy. You shiver at the thought of this book, but you are already planning your cosy night in front of the fire with a cushion and this book! What is it called?

Answer: The Turn of the Screw

This great classic horror has been published by 'Wordsworth Classics', 'Oxford World's Classics', and 'Penguin Popular Classics'.
11. Next, you walk over to the shelves holding books by the authors with the surname of 'K'. Here, you pick up a book from the thriller section and notice that it is by a well known author, Stephen King. It is a big book, holding six parts of the same story which is set back in 1932. It follows the story of a black man who is awaiting the electric chair for the murder of two young girls. He is a quiet, yet slow man, with a great sadness about him. The story is told as a flashback by one of the guards, Paul Edgecombe, as he remembers what his long life was like when he was working on death row, or as they preferred to call it, "The Green Mile". You flip open the book and look on the inside cover, and realise that each of the six parts all have a separate title of their own. What is the name of the first part?

Answer: The Two Dead Girls

"The Green Mile" series by Stephen King was published in 1996.
Part 1: 'The Two Dead Girls'.
Part 2: 'The Mouse On The Mile'.
Part 3: 'Coffey's Hands'.
Part 4: 'The Bad Death Of Eduard Delacroix'.
Part 5: 'Night Journey'.
Part 6: 'Coffey On The Mile'.
12. On the next shelf is a long line of books by authors with surnames beginning with 'L'. One book in particular catches your eye, as you can remember the extraordinary tales from when you were younger. You can remember checking your own cupboard door in the hope that you might find what Peter, Susan, Edmund and Lucy found behind theirs in an old house where they were evacuated to. You always wanted to find the magical world of Narnia, where animals talked and you could cuddle up to a gentle and wise lion. You also remember the walking trees and the white witch and the snow covered mountains. "The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe" was one of your favourite stories as a child, and even now you would love to sit in front of an open fire and read what is on those pages. You look at the authors name to remind you. Who is the author of this great book?

Answer: C.S.Lewis

"The Lion, The Witch and the Wardrobe" is part of the 'Chronicles of Narnia'.
13. Walking over to the 'M' section of the bookshop, you decide that you want to look at something different. You immediately go over to the plays section of the shelf, and after about a minute you find one that looks like your cup of tea! Arthur Miller is the author of this play about the Salem witch-hunt, which follows the story of characters such as Abigail Williams and John Proctor, as they go through an extremely powerful and emotional time, leading to various sad deaths. Yes, this is the play for you, and as it is not very big, you could probably fit it into your lunch hour! What is the name of this play?

Answer: The Crucible

"The Crucible" was first published in 1953.
14. Next section is the 'N' section of books. Still thinking of the other books you read as a child, you immediately walk over to the children's section of 'N' to see if you can pick one out for your young cousin. Sure enough, it does not take you long before you find a book about a group of children who find a Psammead. This creature grants them three wishes, which take them on many adventures. The Psammead is not a very happy creature, and as the children find out, he is the one who is putting them in difficult situations, such as having to fight off Red Indians. E. Nesbit is the author of this book, but what is the title?

Answer: Five Children and It

This wonderful story was published back in 1902.
15. 'Not many more to go', you think as you pull your heavy basket towards the 'O' section of the bookshop. Luckily, you find the book you are looking for straight away. You reach up to the top shelf and pull down a classic novel by George Orwell, and immediately turn it over to read the back. It is a complex story of a society which is run by the famous 'Big Brother' watching over them. If they do not conform to the rules which are set, there are circumstances which are beyond all belief and horrors. One man attempts to find truth and escape this world, but that is easier said than done. Dropping this book into the overflowing basket, you make your way to the next section. What is the name of this book?

Answer: Nineteen Eighty-Four

This well known book was written in 1949 about his own fears for the future. This book also inspired the name for the reality television programme, "Big Brother".
16. You make your way to the 'P' section of the bookshop, and pick up a 'Discworld' novel. The one you are looking for is "Reaper Man", where Death decides to take a holiday, and without Death to keep everything calm, and only a small Death Mouse filling in, chaos soon ensures. You find the book in the middle of the bookshelf, and move onto the next section. Who is the author of the "Discworld Series"?

Answer: Terry Pratchett

"Reaper Man" was published in 1988, and is one of many in the "Discworld Series".
17. Moving on to the 'R' section, as you do not need any books from the section before, and you know exactly what you are looking for. Your young cousin has wanted this book for ages, and you quite like the look of it as well! J.K. Rowling has kept children glued to their seats, and you don't mind admitting that you too have been glued to your seat, in her books about a young wizard and his friends. You have read the first four books in the series, but you, and your cousin of course, are eager to find out what happens in the fifth book - if only you could remember the name.

Answer: Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix

The fifth 'Harry Potter' book came out in 2003.
18. Taking a walk over to the 'S' section of the bookshelves, an old classic takes your attention by the woman writer, Mary Shelley. As you read the back cover you realise this is a book about a young Swiss man, going by the name of Victor, who meets with an English explorer who is on his way to the North Pole. During the journey, he tells his new found friend of his life, and it is not as simple as most people's. This man, Victor, discovered how to create life by accumulating various body parts and bringing it to life. The story is not all smiles, as Victor created, in his eyes, a monster that was rejected in the society of where he lived. His 'monster' was not all bad, though, as you figure out by reading a few pages of the book. He was taken in by a blind man and by observing his actions, he learnt to read and talk and felt love for him, who he began to call 'family'. Unfortunately, the blind man's children return home and beat him, and because of this, he decides to take revenge on his creator. You do not want to read any more of this classic story, as you do not want to ruin the end. You take note of the title. What is the title, which is also Victor's surname?

Answer: Frankenstein

'Frankenstein' was written in 1818 by Mary Shelley.
19. You quickly move to the 'T' section, where you are looking for a book by J. R. R. Tolkien. You have read the "Lord of the Rings" trilogy, but have never read the book in which you first get to meet that lovable little creature by the name of Bilbo Baggins. You want to read how he was the one who found the ring, and you know which book can tell you. What is this book you are searching for?

Answer: The Hobbit

"The Hobbit" was brought out in 1937.
20. You look at your overflowing basket, and glance up at the clock. You realise that you only have time, and room, for one more book. You think about the one you most want out of the rest of the list, and come up with the answer. Walking past two sections, you arrive at the 'W' shelves. You begin looking for the popular children's author, Jacqueline Wilson, and finally find a few of her books in the middle of the shelf. You see one of her books, which your cousin already has, "Story of Tracy Beaker", which is also a favourite television programme of your cousin, but that is not the one you want. The book you are looking for is about two girls, Alice and Gemma, who were born on the same day and have grown up as close friends. Gemma is the loud one, whereas Alice is the quieter one, which makes the friendship even more special. The story follows their friendship as one of the girls has to move away to Scotland, testing their friendship to the limit. Your cousin told you this is a funny story, and you are inclined to believe her. Finally you find the one you are looking for, drop it into your basket, and hurry to the counter before the shop shuts, or you drop all your books! What is the name of this book?

Answer: Best Friends

This book came out at the beginning of 2004.
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