Fiction Companion Books – A Perfect Companion

Are you looking for a new range of fiction books that will take you to a different world with different characters? Here you will find the actual companion books that help you indulge in various characters’ lives with different storylines. We all know the feeling when we reach the end of a book but crave to read more. If you also have cravings for more books, then here are some fantastic fictional companions for you.

An Atlas of Tolkien: An Illustrated Exploration of Tolkien’s World by David Day 

David Day has authored five major books on the world of J.R.R. Tolkien. The fictional world of J.R.R. Tolkien is as vast as the human imagination. Therefore, an atlas will be a helpful tool to understand it. This book is full of illustrations and snippets of information about Middle Earth and the more extraordinary land of Arda. The colourful maps, pictures and vivid descriptions create an enchanting reference to all the places and characters that sprung into Tolkien’s mind.

American Realist Fictions of Marriage: From Kate Chopin, Edith Wharton to Frances Harper, Pauline Hopkins: 68 by Kelli V. Randall

Authored by Kelli V. Randall, this novel intervenes in American literary realism by interrogating the possibility of harmonious societies based on racial, gender, and social equality. Marriage is used as a forum to explore the colour line, sexism, and class difference that promote social boundaries. These novel highlights the intellectual exchanges that were happening between traditional and non-traditional writers about marriage.

Alice in Wonderland Everlasting Diary by Rosemary Gray

Rosemary Gray wrote this everlasting literary diary. It has one page for every single day. Each page contains beautiful quotes and illustrations from Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland or Through the Looking-Glass and one of Sir John Tenniel’s superb illustrations. The diary is dated; hence it is easy to use as a calendar or a birthday or anniversary book. It is cloth-bound, printed on high-quality paper, designed to appeal to every book lover. The Macmillan Collector’s Library is a series of beautifully bound pocket-sized gift editions of much-loved classic titles.

Agatha Christie’s Poirot: The Greatest Detective in the World
by Mark Aldridge

Hercule Poirot, the world’s favourite fictional detective who solves diabolical crimes using his “little grey cells,” has enamoured and has had a near-permanent presence in the public eye ever since the 1920 publication of The Mysterious Affair at Styles. From Agatha Christie’s earliest conceptions and publication history, the story of Poirot is as fascinating as it is enduring. By exploring and analysing Poirot’s many and often wildly different appearances, Mark Aldridge tells this story decade-by-decade. It is a perfect celebration of the world-famous detective.

A World of Songs: Selected Poems, 1894-1921 by L.M. Montgomery

L.M. Montgomery (1874-1942) is very well known for writing and publishing hundreds of poems over half a century. “A World of Songs” is the second volume from the author’s library, which has a collection of 50 books over 25 years. Most of her work appeared in periodicals, magazines for children and females, newspapers, farm papers, etc. In this collection, she is represented as nature’s poet and the author of a broader range of “songs”, places, memories, war, land and sea, death, and love.

A Middle-earth Traveller: Sketches from Bag End to Mordor by John Howe

Authored by John Howe, this book takes you on an unforgettable journey across Middle-earth, from Bag End to Mordor. J.R.R. Tolkien, through his writings, has led us to the roads to the Middle Earth, which were previously untraveled. The book presents a graphical walking tour of Tolkien’s Middle-earth, visiting not only places central to his stories but also those just over the hill or beyond the horizon. It takes the reader on a unique journey across his magical landscape.

A is for Arsenic: The Poisons of Agatha Christie by Kathryn Harkup

The Guinness World Record holder as the world’s best-selling fiction writer of all time, Agatha Christie, has written more than 60 detective novels. She always had a way of using poison in her suspenseful plots to kill victims in her books. If the calculation is correct, she used 10 different ways of poison for the murders in more than ten books. Kathryn Harkup has created a summarised version of all the descriptions of Christie’s poisons in her books. Christie’s deep knowledge and experience of Pharmaceuticals from the world war days helped her mould her stories. A is for Arsenic celebrates the use of science in Christie’s work.

A Dictionary of Tolkien: An A-Z Guide to the Creatures, Plants, Events and Places of Tolkien’s World by David Day

J.R.R. Tolkien, the legend of the fantasy world, has written many excellent books which teens and adults equally love. He created a fantasy world filled with great characters, and to decipher these unique characters and the fantasy world, David Day came up with a dictionary. Some fans call it an encyclopaedia of Tolkien’s fiction related to Middle-Earth. David Day arranges everything alphabetically so the readers can understand and enjoy the references with ease. The dictionary covers almost all the descriptions of places and people from Tolkien’s Middle-Earth collection.

A Brief Guide To The Hunger Games by Brian Robb

In 2008, Suzanne Collins introduced the most exciting rival to the Harry Potter series. She introduced the world to the best-selling young-adult dystopian trilogy: The Hunger Games, Catching Fire, and Mockingjay. The trilogy journey started in 2008, and she published the third book in the series in 2010. The trilogy has also become blockbusters movies. This guide offers a creative view of the characters and the story of all three books. Robb has dug deep in the fan base, story, theme, and readership of the book and shared his views in the guide. He also included others’ reactions towards the concept of the trilogy.

Approaches to Teaching Bechdel’s Fun Home, Edited by Judith Kegan Gardiner

Alison Bechdel, the daughter of an army veteran and an actress, is also a famous American cartoonist. In 2006 she published her graphic memoir Fun Home and earned commercial success. In 2018 Judith Kegan Gardiner edited the original version. The memoir includes a vast collection of memories from the family-run funeral home. The novel also shares the complex relationship between Alison and her father (a closeted gay man). Amidst all the chaos, she also discovers her lesbian sexuality. Her parents helped her to nurture her talent in drawing and becoming a cartoonist. This version of the novel shed a good amount of light on the lives of the LGBTQ Community too.

All these books share a part of you. Hence, they are the best companion you can imagine during your free time. Explore the world of fiction to spend quality time with good books.

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