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The Big Book of Interesting Stuff! Volume 2

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The fun continues with Volume 2 of "The Big Book of Interesting Stuff!"

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- I just started this book, and I can hardly put it down! To me, it's hilarious! I love it! What a nice way to spend a few minutes: laughing out loud while reading and making everyone around you think you're n
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Kindle Edition, 240 pages
Published October 17th 2013 by BizzyDays Publications
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Cara
I really enjoyed the first volume, it was light, fun and quick. Great for when you don't know what you want to read, you're in-between books, want something to read before bed or when you're bored. The second volume however, was not so good. No interesting facts, nothing funny or entertaining. I was constantly putting it down (I started this in May...it's now the end of July), I could barely get through it. Shame. At least the first one was decent.

*Good news: it was free! (>_<)
Sherrie Henry
May 31, 2015 Sherrie Henry rated it really liked it
Shelves: non-fiction, trivia
Pretty good book of interesting stuff. Great for the trivia-minded like myself. Had a couple of short stories in there, not to keen on those. I skipped the last one. After the first couple of pages, didn't hold my interest, even if it was by HG Wells.
Kevin Muir
Apr 20, 2015 Kevin Muir rated it it was amazing
Great follow up

I read this book in a matter of about two hours, once you get started, you do not want to put it down. It's basically something to let the brain think about besides the daily stress of living. Just as good as volume one.
Chris Blair
Dec 17, 2015 Chris Blair rated it really liked it
Interesting stuff indeed ...

A nicely compiled book of interesting stuff....some funny, some droll. A very good read....a keeper!!! Enjoy the stuff in all its range!!!
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