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3666 Interesting, Fun and Crazy Facts You Won't Believe Are True

By: Scott Matthews
Narrated by: Carlos Ramirez,Daniel Stieber,Micah M. Howery
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Publisher's Summary

Research conducted by NASA in 1995 concluded that the perfect nap lasts for about 26 minutes. Did you know Barbie's full name is Barbara Millicent Roberts? Did you know that if you're looking for a job, the application and resume are not nearly as important as a reference? In fact...knowing someone who works at the company increases your chances of getting an interview and makes you 40 percent more likely to get the job over someone with a fancier resume.

If you learned anything in the last few lines, you're going to learn a bunch more in the next 3,666 facts. This book is a three-in-one compilation of our previous best-selling fact series. It's full of interesting information that you can whip out in any conversation. You'll never be lost for words and always have the perfect ice breaker. 

You're going to learn more about the world you live in, and some of the topics include:

  • Science
  • Economics
  • Human anatomy
  • Animal species
  • Space
  • And much, much more! 

What’re you waiting for? Knowledge is power! Come on in, and we’ll delve into the interesting and fascinating facts about the world around us. Scroll up, and click the "Buy Now" button now!

©2019 Scott Matthews (P)2019 Scott Matthews

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Many repeated trivia items and sub-par narration

There's no "story" to this actual book as it's just trivia items. I would say about 3,001 trivia items as it feels like 665 (at least) of them repeat during the book. It's not where they are rephrased, but the narrators actually repeat one another word-for-word. Some of the trivia items are also well-outdated (one was for someone who was the oldest person in the world - well that type of trivia changes quite often, doesn't it?). As for the narration, it would be better than okay if the narrators didn't mispronounce so many words so badly (I counted close to two dozen, which is still a lot in a book of 3,001 trivia facts). These are words anyone would have heard in their every day life. Example: Eunice Kennedy Shriver, who founded the Special Olympics has her last name pronounced by the narrators as rhyming with Shiver or Sliver. It's Maria Shriver's mom. These narrators should have known how to pronounce the name. Another example is Verne Troyer, the late actor who played Mini-Me in the Austin Powers movies, has his first name pronounced as rhyming with Bernie (which is wrong as his name is actually announced like Jules Verne's last name was pronounced). Maryland (one of the trivia items repeated several times) is pronounced as Mary...land. It's one word, narrators! These type of mistakes may not bother some, but it bugs someone like me who spent a credit on a book of 3,666 interesting facts and expected a bit more professionalism. I suggest the reader of this review to find a list of trivia facts online and just have a text-to-speech program read them to you. They'd make less mistakes and it's doubtful you'd be cheated out of actually getting what you paid for.

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Great listen

Fun tidbits of information on every topic you could imagine!
I like having this on in the background when I’m doing work around the room.

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Fun car ride

This was awesome to have on our road trip to Vegas the other day. Not serious enough that you feel bad if you’re talking over it but fun enough that when it’s quite you listen to it until it sparks another conversation!

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  • 08-10-22

Really good book

At last I found a fun fact-book which is exactly what I have looked for. The reader is also good. But you have to be concentrated as a fact is read very quickly, and I miss many times it and even more often there is no time for reflection what has actually been said before the next one passes.