Library Blog Quiz: Friday the 13th Edition!

Posted: May 13, 2011 in Competitions, Uncategorized

Happy Friday the 13th everybody!  Here at library headquarters we are having a busy day of extreme superstition: watching out for black cats, trying not to break mirrors, and being very careful not to spill any salt.  We have also discovered in the course of our research that it is bad luck to see an owl in the daytime, so we will be carefully avoiding those.  To celebrate this most unlucky of days, today’s quiz is spooky-themed: get ready for some tricky questions about creepy books!

 How to enter:  Fill in the form at the bottom of this post with your name, email address and the correct answers to all ten questions.  Entries which answer all questions correctly will go into the draw to win a book voucher from our literary friends at Readings book shop.  This competition will close at 10am on Friday May 20th, and winners will be announced on the blog later that day.  You must be a Uni High student to enter this competition.  Good luck!

1.  Edgar Allan Poe’s super-creepy poem The Raven features a talking bird with a very limited vocabulary (of one word).  What is the word that the raven repeats several times?

 2.  Scary author Poppy Z Brite took a short break from gothic horror stories in 1997 to write the biography of a famous female rock musician.  What was the biography called?

 3.  Name three books by iconic horror author Stephen King.

 4.  In Robert Louis Stevenson’s classic novel, who was the evil alter ego of Dr Jekyll?

 5.  Who is the author of Interview with the Vampire and the Vampire Chronicles?

 6.  The library has a great non-fiction book called A Cinematic History of Horror.  What is this book’s Dewey Decimal number?  (Hint: check the catalogue.)

7.  What is the name of the main character in the sinister ghost story One Hundred Candles?

 8.  Who is the author of many creepy books including Cirque Du Freak, Allies of the Night, and Demon Thief?

COMPETITION CLOSED!  SEE ABOVE FOR WINNERS!

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Comments
  1. Bob Jameison says:

    Where does it say the winners?

  2. James Rien says:

    Is it going to say the winners?

  3. Mary Janet says:

    Where will it state the winners??????????
    Been waiting all weekend

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