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Kindle Edition - Content good. Arrangement poor.
on 10 January 2013
The questions are of the same calibre as those on the programme and I like that the book is organised into "shows" with little trivia and feature sections dotted around the place. So if you want to read questions sequentially, it would be fine except the quizzes don't offer page numbers where the answers can found.
But that isn't why I bought it.
I wanted a quiz resource. I thought the table of contents would enable me to browse the categories and take my pick but the Kindle edition just says "Contents" and displays no contents. So either the application is broken or the Kindle edition is not up to scratch.
There is no index to help you either. I can muddle through using bookmarks but on the whole, quite disappointed.