I was one of those kids going on quiz sites to see what character I was, what house I was being sorted into, which celebrity I would marry, what my worst trait was, etc. You remember those quiz sites, right? Buzzfeed has it now for a lot of those quizzes, but teenage magazines and the internet were loaded with them when I was a kid. I couldn’t help but have fun diving into the quizzes and seeing what I would get. It was a fun time for a kid that was stuck inside the house on a hot summer day or a freezing night in the middle of winter.
Then comes along Questionable Quizzes, which reignited my inner child and made me want to take all of them. Will this book be for everyone? Oh, absolutely not! Is this book delightfully fun and brings at least a couple hours of giggles and smiles? Yes. This book is a niche, but totally worth the fun you can get out of it.
Questionable Quizzes only have forty quizzes packed inside its pages, but it’s a nice, short read for anyone who just wants to have a good time. Some of the questions (and answers!) are ridiculous, but that’s half of the fun. Sink away and enjoy the goofiness of this book! Its entire purpose is to provide a good time, and if you are in the right mindset then it does just that.
I enjoyed Are You Dateable and Are You A Superhero, but there are many other questions in this book that will bring a smile to your face. It’s a very quick read, and it’s not a story – so don’t go looking for the best fictional read of the year in this book. Enjoy the hilarity of the questions and answers, and let this book bring a little joy to your reading time.
Three out of five stars.
I received the book from the author, A.E. Chandler, in exchange for an honest review.
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