The book, as its title suggests, is a spellbinding and absorbing chronicle of incredible occurrences encompassing myriads of people, including Jefferson, Lincoln, Hitler, Stalin, Charlie Chaplin, Arthur Conan Doyle, Kennedy, Reagan and footballer Pele.
Both Lincoln and Kennedy died on Friday, had seven-letter names and were killed by bullets that entered the head from behind.
Hitler and Stalin bore striking similarities.
Pele wore jersey number ten and lived in room number ten.
Reagan saved the lives of seventy-seven people in seven years.
Well-documented and illustrated, the book is a rich mine of incredible incidents and entertainment, popping up facts, places, time and characters with a mesmerizing effect. For readers, it is a treasure house of things extraordinary to delve into and experience all over again.
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