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By: T L Whitbread

WWW Quiz Book

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This book seeks to entertain, provide information but foremost to offer a competitive test of the readers’ skill, powers of analysis, and overall knowledge levels. A definitive exploration which will determine where you sit in the quizzing spectrum.

This publication affords an evaluation which you can share and compare with your peers or remain for private satisfaction. It can be used individually with others or in a competitive setting.

There are 2000 questions asked in 8000 parts with a maximum available score of 8000 points with a score of above 5000 defined by the compiler to prove you have not just been looking at the pictures through the years.

Please buy this book and you will be providing sustenance for and pleasure to a grateful old age pensioner.

WWWW will be along one day for further examination of your memory and recall. Join a worldwide readership to know what you can score in WWW test.

The author utilizes a wide range of subjects for the challenges, especially delving into the world of sports for which he has a particular connection and affection. 


Tim Whitbread was born at Vartry Bungalow in the Herefordshire village of Kingsland in 1947 where he still resides.

The son of Jane and Rex Whitbread, he is married to his wife Jocelyn who has had to put up with him since 1974. His son Nathan was tragically killed in a motor accident in 2003 aged 28.

Educated at Lucton school he developed his sporting skills competing in athletics, tennis cricket and rugby. Made the transition from rugby to football as a goalkeeper at Hereford United but did not always see eye to eye with their legendary player-manager, the great John Charles.

Working for fifty years in the plastics packaging industry concentrating when a consultant in reducing packaging and using materials that could be recycled.

Now a bit long in the tooth to stand between the sticks he spends time drinking red wine, watching sports and trying to make a few bob from his bookmaker and asking all manner of quiz questions to anyone who comes near. A lifelong Chelsea supporter he has a great fondness for Brighton as a holiday destination.

He was very proud of his mother and father, had a wonderful son and has an extremely talented wife and wishes he had met his uncle Laurie who as a spitfire pilot lost his life in the Battle of Britain.

As a septuagenarian has discovered he needs to write always using his trusty Bic biro.

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