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Enter the Kobo’s Top Of The Charts Trivia Sweepstakes for a chance to #win the Grand Prize pack of a $1,000 VISA credit card and two Kobo Glo HD eReaders. Plus, ten winners of a Kobo Glo HD eReader.

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Eligibility: US, DC, (excluding Alaska, Hawaii), Canada (excluding Quebec) and the United Kingdom, 18/age of majority and older

Entry Dates: September 21, 2015 and ends on September 30, 2015 at 11:59:59 p.m. ET

Random Drawing: grand prize drawing on or about on or about October 21, 2015. The first person who enters on or after the randomly selected time per Day will be eligible for the Kobo Glo HD eReader. Second Prize.

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Kobo Question of the Day and Trivia Answer:

If you miss a day you can go back and answer questions from previous days.

  • In December 2013, it was announced David Lagercrantz was contracted to write the 4th book in the Millennium series. Before The Girl in the Spider’s Web, Lagercrantz’s best known work was I am Zlatan Ibrahimović, a biography about a famous Swedish what? Soccer player
  • Only Jenny Lawson could take her struggles with mental illness and make them truly laugh-out-loud funny. Lawson’s second memoir, Furiously Happy, is about embracing who you are – both the beautiful and the flawed. She got her start writing what? A blog
  • Elizabeth Gilbert’s latest book, Big Magic, shows us how to tackle what we most love and how to face down what we most fear. Most readers know her from the smash hit Eat, Pray, Love which was turned into a movie. Who played opposite Julia Roberts in the film? Javier Bardem
  • Kate Morton’s upcoming suspense novel, The Lake House, is the latest from this massively successful young writer. Morton has said she doesn’t remember a time she didn’t love books. Who was her favorite author as a young child? Enid Blyton
  • Jonathan Franzen’s latest, Purity, stars the young and outspoken Pip in an engrossing story about identity, the Internet, sexual politics and love. Which of the following undesirable circumstances does NOT plague Pip in PurityShe’s never gotten over the loss of her only sibling.
  • Carry On is the highly anticipated new novel from Rainbow Rowell, author of 2013’s critically acclaimed Eleanor & Park and Fangirl. In what Midwest city do her previous novels take place (it’s also her hometown)? Omaha, NE       
  • Robert Galbraith, author of the Cormoran Strikeseries (The Cuckoo’s Calling, The Silkworm and now Career of Evil), is the pseudonym for what successful author? J.K. Rowlin
  • Lee Child has been known to include names of soccer players from which English Premiere League team in his Jack Reacher novels? Aston Villa
  • Which of the following is NOT true about Garth Risk Hallberg’s massively anticipated City on FireIt’s over 1,000 pages long
  • After You is the sequel to Jojo Moyes’ New York Times million-copy bestseller. What was it called? Me Before You

Entry Limit: one entry per person per question. A new question is posted each day.

One (1) Grand Prize: two (2) Kobo Glo HD eReaders and $1,000 (awarded either as a prepaid Visa credit card or wire transfer, depending on the location of the winner)

Ten (10) Second Prizes (one per day): a Kobo Glo HD eReader

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  1. Robert Galbraith, author of the Cormoran Strike series (The Cuckoo’s Calling, The Silkworm and now Career of Evil), is the pseudonym for what successful author? J.K. Rowling

  2. Lee Child has been known to include names of soccer players from which English Premiere League team in his Jack Reacher novels? Aston Villa

  3. After You is the sequel to Jojo Moyes’ New York Times million-copy bestseller. What was it called? Me Before You

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