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March 14, 2011 - PRLog -- Test your knowledge through a fun new word quiz. Who wrote that? Do you know the missing word? The adventure is only getting more exciting so try today! offers users a wide range of knowledge from a growing collection of the most well-loved classic authors and literature. No more ‘anonymous’ authors or quotes from people you have never heard of. Experience words from well known authors and books throughout history.

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Like puzzles? Why not try the new quizzes on Play the “What is the missing word?” or “Do you know who wrote it?” challenges on for free! is great for developing language skills so tell your teachers and friends to have a look. We now have 4 levels for you to play. Can you make it all the way to Level 4? The only way to find out is to have a go on - it’s free to play!

Have you got a favourite book and author? You can play missing word quizzes by book or author. It’s fun to see how far you can go!

What Are Some of the Most Popular Books I Should Check Out?’s has a great selection of classic books to search. You can now find quotes from the timeless “Peter Pan” and the classic “The Great Gatsby”. Some of the most popular books searched include: “Little Women” by Louisa May Alcott, “The Three Musketeers” Alexandre Dumas Pere and even “The Declaration of Independence of The United States of America”. Why not search some quotes, extracts and sayings from your favourite classic books today. The adventure begins with a single word on - try it today. You won’t stop at searching just one word!

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Think of a word and find out how famous authors used it in one of their books, plays or poems. See how different authors used the same word and compare. Click on other highlighted words and just explore Word Waves because it is fun.
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