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Players move around the board answering questions about books in various categories (e.g., classics, children's, nonfiction). Cards on the corner spaces--Novel Bits, Silver Screen, Poet's Corner, and Writer's Block--test general literary knowledge by asking players to fill in blanks in poems, "fix" intentionally incorrect phrases ("An ounce of fertilizer is worth a pound of manure."), or answer movie or book trivia questions. Every correct answer earns another Book Card. To even out the playing field, players can opt to choose Novice, Avid, or Expert levels before the game begins, or, alternatively, agree as a group on which level all will play.
Amazon.com developed Bookology in partnership with University Games. It's a game for anyone who loves books. So, whether you're a well-read board game player or a bookworm who loves to play games, Bookology is sure to keep you both challenged and entertained. (For two or more players; ages 12 and older) --Rachel Radway
I gave Bookology to one of our adult sons for Christmas and it has quickly become the family favorite. Read morePublished on March 15, 2001
My family received this game as a gift. The 12 year old in our family had a hard time answering the questions, even though we consider ourselves to be a well-read family. Read morePublished on March 5, 2001
We adults enjoyed the interaction of playing the game; however, we found errors in the information. Read morePublished on January 28, 2001 by Walt
I study English and thought I would get this game as a fun way to study for the tests. The first couple of times I played, I found myself challenged and thrilled with the... Read morePublished on January 4, 2001 by Jeffrey Leeper
It is great family/friends fun. A great equalizer because of the variety of book categories: kids can clean up in the children's books category. Read morePublished on February 29, 2000