This is an excellent book for starting discussions. I've used it with friends in the car on long road trips, as a college RA to spark discussion during communication activities, and in ethics classes as a source of examples of serious ethical dilemmas. Also, if you're like me and were born without the gift of the gab, keeping a few of the more interesting questions in mind will help you through any social setting. While there are numerous mundane and perhaps pointless questions in this book, there are numerous perplexing, thought-provoking, and difficult ones as well. This book will get you thinking seriously about your beliefs.
Thought provoking, conversation stimulating questions. 5 X 7 inch paperback, 205 pages. Not trivia questions, but questions about you or the person you ask -- what you think, feel, value. What you would do in given situations.
The Book of Questions gives you permission to ask those things that are too bold, too embarrassing,or just too difficult to ask by yourself.
Aside from being entertaining light reading for your spare moments, this book is an excellent idea-starter for writers and speakers.
Great book for starting conversations with friends, strangers, or associates!