23 September, 2012

Sunday Trivia # 5


Every Sunday I will be asking a few trivia questions. Since I am a Book Blogger, these question will be related to Books, Authors, Characters, Movies based on Books - in short, Anything & Everything to do with BOOKS. The answers will be posted on the following sunday along with new questions.

Now what fun would it be if I am the only one asking the questions and answering them as well???
So I would ABSOLUTELY love it if you would join in with me in this fun game and attempt answering each others' questions.

What do you have to do to join in?
  • Follow b00k r3vi3ws as host of the meme. 
  • I will be posting every Sunday at 9am IST. You can choose to do it on Sundays or any other day of the week.
  • Please consider adding the blog hop button to your blog somewhere or atleast in the post, so others can find it easily and join in too! Help spread the word! The code is available on the Right hand bar of my blog.
  • Do a post asking a number of trivia questions. (I will be posting 3 each week)
  • Add your blog to the linky.
  • Put a link back to b00k r3vi3ws  (http://b00kr3vi3ws.blogspot.in/) somewhere in your post.
  • Visit the other blogs and enjoy!


Last week I asked:
Which one of the following was the first patient in the Arkham Asylum - Victor Zsasz, Lazlo Valentin or Mad Dog?
Which of these is a cross between a lion and an eagle? Gorgon, Lamia or Griffon?
In Game of Thrones, what is the symbol of the house of Stark?



The Answers are:
Mad Dog - Arkham Asylum was found by Amadeus Arkham, and Mad Dog was one of the first patients in the institution.
Griffon
A Direwolf

This Week's Questions
The movie, 'The Prince of Tides' was based on a book by which author?
What city does Flash mainly operate in?
Who is the creator of James Bond? 

Post your answers in the comments section. No Googling please!! Come back next week for the answers and another set of questions! 




1 comment:

  1. I'm not sure about the first one--I've never seen the movie.
    Flash is mainly in Central City, which isn't a "real" city.
    Ian Fleming created James Bond.

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