Defininately for any Jane Austen buff. This quizbook is broken down into 4 levels ascending difficult questions per each of Jane Austen's 6 books. The first level, "Brass Tacks", contains purely fact based questions.
For example in Sense and Sensibility, 'what are Willoughby's last words to Elinor?'
The second level, "Factual but Tricky", contains slightly harder fact based questions.
Such as in Emma, 'why does Harriet hate Italian singing?'
The book says that the third level, "Very Tricky--and Occasionally Deductive," 'approaches mastermind difficulty in terms of factual reference and involvees some interpretative deduction as well.'
For example, in Pride and Prejudice, 'why does Elizabeth take such a tender interest in Jane's marriage affairs, and so little in those of her younger sisters?'
Last but not least, the fourth level questions, "The Interpretative Zone", are mostly deduction and spectulation.
One of these questions in the Persuasion section is 'We learn, in the last pages, that William Elliot has been playing a very cunning double game. What is that game, and why is he playing it?'
Then the answers to these questions are in the back of the book.