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80s Bestsellers

written by: bobby
 
Let's see how much you know about some of the most popular books of the 80s. All of these works became bestsellers. Enjoy.

Question 1:

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The novel 'Firestarter' by Stephen King depicts the story of a little girl capable of creating fire using her mind alone. This is her first name.
Nancy
Charlie
Sandra
Amy


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Question 2:


'The Bourne Identity' is a spy fiction thriller by Robert Ludlum about an amnesiac who must discover who he is. At the beginning of the story the protagonist is found floating in this sea with several bullet wounds.
Mediterranean Sea
North Sea
Caribbean Sea
Bering Sea

Question 3:


'Cujo' is a 1981 novel by Stephen King about a rabid dog. This is the dog's breed.
Bulldog
Rottweiler
St. Bernard
Terrier

Question 4:


'The Name of the Rose', a 1980 novel by Umberto Eco, depicts a murder mystery set in an Italian monastery during this century.
15th
14th
17th
13th

Question 5:


'Lincoln' is a historical novel by Gore Vidal, published in 1984. One of these statements about it is wrong.
It is never narrated from the President's point of view.
It emphasizes the President's political and personal struggles.
It is set during the American Civil War.
It depicts the President through the eyes of foreign delegates.

Question 6:


This novel is considered to be a deviation from Stephen King's horror fiction, because this book is a work of classic fantasy.
The Dark Half
The Tommyknockers
The Eyes of the Dragon
It

Question 7:

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'A Perfect Spy' is a 1986 semiautobiographical novel by John Le Carre, which is actually the pseudonym of this writer.
Bill Cosby
Louis L'Amour
David Cornwell
Robert Ludlum


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Question 8:


'Presumed Innocent' is a 1990 motion picture, based on a best-seller of the same name by Scott Turow. This actor played the main role in the movie.
Harrison Ford
Dustin Hoffman
John Travolta
Tom Cruise

Question 9:


Judith Krantz is an American novelist, writing in the romance genre. Just one of these four novels of hers was released in the 1980s.
Lovers
Till We Meet Again
Scruples
Spring Collection

Question 10:


'Windmills of the Gods' tells the story of Ashley, a professor of political science in this university.
University of Kansas
University of Chicago
New York University
University of Texas at Austin

 


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