If..., Volume 2: (500 New Questions for the Game of Life)

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Random House Publishing Group, Dec 18, 2007 - Self-Help - 144 pages
If you found out for certain there is a Heaven and a Hell, how would you change your life? If you had to name the one thing that most frightens you about growing old, what would it be? If you could have only one part of your body massaged every day, what part would you choose? If you could have any view in the world visible from your bed, what would it be? If you could suddenly find out that one work of fiction was actually true, what book would you select? If you could name the sexiest words anyone could say to you, what would they be? If you could put anyone you know on Prozac, who would you choose? If you could be the house cat or lap dog of any person on earth, whose would you choose to be?

If...(Questions for the Game of Life) was a bestselling sensation with readers around the world. If 2 is a collection of 500 completely new and tantalizing, provocative questions that really make you think. It's an excellent source for party games, office water-cooler conversation, family dinners, and nights out at the local tavern. Crack open the secret dreams, the hidden desires, and the real personalities of your friends, your family, your lovers--and even yourself--with If 2...

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Evelyn McFarlane was born in Brooklyn and grew up in San Diego. She received a degree in architecture from Cornell University in 1985, and has lived and worked in Boston, New York City, and Syracuse. She is currently living and working in Florence, Italy, teaching  design for Syracuse University. She has an architectural practice with her partner, Adam Drisin. When she is not working, she spends time traveling in Italy, painting and renovating a small house in a medieval hill town in Umbria.

James Saywell was born in 1959 in Toronto. He lived in Hong Kong and China as a child. Travels through Asia at a young age instilled in him a passion for architecture, which he eventually studied in Toronto and Princeton. He lived and worked in the United States for eight years until moving to Florence, Italy, in 1993 to teach architecture. He divides his time among designing furniture for his company, Stillworks, Inc., practicing architecture, teaching, and learning to paint. He lives in a farmhouse in Tuscany.

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