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Who wrote Of Mice and Men?
Which of these is NOT the title of a book in the Harry Potter series?
What is the best-selling novel of all-time?
The giant Fezzik is a character from which book?
What novel starts with this phrase: "Happy families are all alike; every unhappy family is unhappy in its own way."
What is the name of Ray Bradbury's famous novel which depicts a dystopian society that burns books?
Which of these Shakespeare plays inspired the plot of Disney's The Lion King?
How does Alice get to Wonderland?
Which of these options describes the plot of William Golding's novel, The Lord of the Flies?
Which of these beloved young adult series was written by Philip Pulman?
Which book used this image for its cover?
This obsessive sea-captain chases a monstrous white whale in Herman Melville's American classic, Moby Dick...
Which Cormac Macarthy book was turned into an oscar-winning film by the Coen brothers?
Who wrote the novel Frankenstein: The Modern Prometheus
Which of these options is NOT the title of a Sherlock Holmes story?
The Hunger Games is narrated by...
A young boy survives the dramatic sinking of a ship at sea... only to be trapped on a lifeboat with a scared Bengal Tiger. That's the plot of...
True or False: The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo was first published AFTER the author died.
What is the first "man-made" object you'd encounter after heading through the wardrobe and reaching Narnia?
Bill Gates bought the most expensive book ever sold for $30 million. What was it?
Who wrote the novel Les Miserables?
Name this author:
Who wrote Eat, Pray, Love?
About This Quiz
Since 1992, the University of Michigan’s Health and Retirement Study has been asking the American public one question: how much did you read (books specifically) last week? And after more than 25 years, we're starting to see that data prove some remarkable things. The biggest finding? People who read books of any kind for more than 30 minutes a day tend to live about 2 years longer than non-readers. So the question now is: are you a reader? Time to prove it...