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You Might Be a Zombie and Other Bad News

Extent: 320pages

Size: 216x135mm

Publication Date: 02/10/2014

Price: £9.99

ISBN: 9781782433200

Categories: Humour

About the Book

Alexander Fleming was not the first person to discover penicillin. The adorable-looking duck-billed platypus is actually a poisonous killer. We don't really swallow eight spiders a year in our sleep. And a zombie apocalypse could happen. From the extremely popular humour website Cracked.com, these punchy articles, written with its typical irreverent humour, will enlighten, fascinate and terrify you in equal measure.

Packed with a huge range of intriguing facts about horrifying bugs, mythological beasts, illegal cheeses and deadly trampolines, You Might Be a Zombie will make you question what you thought you knew and fill you in on the facts that were too disturbing to teach you in school. This witty collection of trivia is perfect for those who hate to be wrong and love to shock their friends with their knowledge of hilarious and astounding facts.

Publication Date: 02/10/2014

Price: £1.99

ISBN: 9781782433309

Categories: Humour

About the Book

Alexander Fleming was not the first person to discover penicillin. The adorable-looking duck-billed platypus is actually a poisonous killer. We don't really swallow eight spiders a year in our sleep. And a zombie apocalypse could happen. From the extremely popular humour website Cracked.com, these punchy articles, written with its typical irreverent humour, will enlighten, fascinate and terrify you in equal measure.

Packed with a huge range of intriguing facts about horrifying bugs, mythological beasts, illegal cheeses and deadly trampolines, You Might Be a Zombie will make you question what you thought you knew and fill you in on the facts that were too disturbing to teach you in school. This witty collection of trivia is perfect for those who hate to be wrong and love to shock their friends with their knowledge of hilarious and astounding facts.

Reviews

  • 'In a sea of literary lies, finally a book that will tell you the truth about the things you need to know.', Sarah Silverman
  • 'The funniest, wisest, greatest book ever written! I keep reading and rereading it here in my padded cell!', Stan Lee
  • 'Smart, funny, and cool.', Roger Ebert
  • 'A fascinating collection of highly entertaining, amusing and occasionally downright scary facts.', Noel Botham, chairman of the Useless Information Society