Fiction’s Greatest Fiction

Books are for the most part the beginning of storytelling, allowing us to record our imaginations in written form and bringing fantastic worlds, characters and creatures to life. While this medium might have evolved over the years into new forms such as films, TV and games, books can still play an integral role within a story.

Well the team at myprint247 took a look through our favourite fictitious books that never existed or in other words the greatest fiction within fiction. From the Handbook for the Recently Deceased in Beetlejuice to Alan Partridges very own autobiography or perhaps a survival guide to the Wasteland in Fallout, some may be there to help or guide the protagonist(’s) while others are purely to make the landscape more immersive.

So take a look at the infographic bellow and let us know which book you would like to read (although chances are you never can).

 

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References:
Wikipedia
http://www.shortlist.com/entertainment/pop-cultures-finest-fake-books#
http://flavorwire.com/303700/10-fake-books-in-movies-that-we-wish-we-could-read/9
http://beetlejuice.wikia.com/wiki/Handbook_for_the_Recently_Deceased
http://theinfosphere.org/Zapp_Brannigan's_Big_Book_of_War
http://metalgear.wikia.com/wiki/In_the_Darkness_of_Shadow_Moses:_The_Unofficial_Truth
http://fallout.wikia.com/wiki/Wasteland_Survival_Guide_(Fallout_3)
http://simpsons.wikia.com/wiki/Homer,_I_Hardly_Knew_Me
http://evildead.wikia.com/wiki/Necronomicon_Ex-Mortis
http://elderscrolls.wikia.com/wiki/Kolb_and_the_Dragon