Go Figure (Ebook)
Things you didn’t know you didn’t know: The Economist Explains
Smart, savvy answers to universal questions, from the highly popular Economist Explains and Daily Chart blogs, a treat for the knowing, the uninitiated and the downright curious
Which James Bond drinks the most martinis?
What do Satanists really believe?
How do hurricanes get their names?
Why are bees disappearing?
Is chocolate healthy?
...Go Figure has the answers.
Bringing together the very best from the clever people at The Economist, Go Figure explains the mind-boggling, the peculiar and the profound, things you might always have quietly wondered about and yet more you didn't know you didn't know.
Figure out why so many Koreans are called Kim, how bitcoin mining works, why eating insects makes sense and how to get ahead under a dictator - a treat for the knowing, the uninitiated and the downright curious.
Reviews for Go Figure
Mark Mason The Daily Mail
Another bestselling collection of astonishing explainers from The Economist
Following up 2016's hit Go Figure and 2018's Sunday Times bestseller Seriously Curious, another collection of astonishing bite-sized explain…
Following up 2016's hit Go Figure, another collection of astonishing bite-sized explainers from the Economist