A few Christmases ago my boyfriend bought me the Book Lovers Edition of Trivial Pursuit and I thought I could virtually play with my fellow book lovers, or at least ask you a weekly literary question. So here goes (if you win then please treat yourself to a slice of pie/cake/pizza/delete where appropriate)...
From the Non-Fiction section:
What straightforward title did New York Times science writer Natalie Angier give to her best-selling "intimate geography" of the female body?
Quote a couple of spoiler-free sentences from the book you’re reading to tempt others.
"I had no sense of foreboding, when we sat talking together that last evening, before Ambrose set out on his final journey. No premonition that we would never be together again."
From My Cousin Rachel by Daphne Du Maurier p. 8