In the Form of a Question

audiobook (Unabridged) The Joys and Rewards of a Curious Life

By Amy Schneider

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"Warm and funny." —The New York Times * "Refreshingly no-holds-barred." —USA TODAY * "Delightful." —San Francisco Chronicle

An inspirational, witty, and bold memoir from the most successful woman ever to compete on Jeopardy!—an exploration of what it means to ask questions of the world and of yourself as well as a passionate "ode to learning" (People).
In eighth grade, Amy was voted "Most likely to appear on Jeopardy!" by her classmates. Decades later, this trailblazer finally got her chance. Not only did she walk away with $1.3 million while captivating the world with her impressive forty-game winning streak, but she made history and won an even greater prize—the joy of being herself on national television and blazing a trail for openly queer and transgender people around the world. Now, she shares her singular journey that led to becoming an unlikely icon and hero to millions. Her superpower: Boundless curiosity and fearless questioning.

"A funny, memorable, philosophical take on life" (Kirkus Reviews) In the Form of a Question explores some of the innumerable topics that have fascinated Amy throughout her life—books and music, Tarot and astrology, popular culture and computers, sex and relationships—but they all share the same purpose: to illustrate, and celebrate, the results of a lifetime spent asking, why? "Funny, candid, and confident...this is no ordinary Jeopardy! memoir...[and] Amy Schneider is no ordinary Jeopardy! champion" (Ken Jennings).
In the Form of a Question