Two x Two: Book Pairings – Books That Go Together

Two x Two: Book Pairings – Books That Go Together

Read together or read one after the other, our lovely booksellers have compiled their favourite book pairings here!

Gnome Enthusiasts unite. Read a gnome, paint a gnome.

Creative solutions for couch fluffballs

Whimisical Tree Wanderings

Is Ornament a Crime?

Drawing small perspectives

Do you even brain, bro?

Life, the universe and everything. Perhaps the answer is 42?

Golyadkin tells his replica in Dostoevsky’s The Double,
“Either you or I, but both together we cannot be!’’

“Reality becomes illusory and observer-oriented when you study general relativity. Or Buddhism. Or get drafted…” jokes William Mandella in The Forever War

Literary Detective, Thursday Next, has been called in to investigate the disappearance of Jane Eyre from Bronte’s manuscript.

The mysterious figure behind the noises in Mr. Rochester attic tells her story in Wide Sargasso Sea.

Both books open with Clarissa deciding that she will buy the flowers herself, but Cunningham riffs off Woolf to tell three different stories.

An idealistic abolitionist, Mr. March has left his little women to serve as chaplain for the Union cause.

A mere plot device to move the Danish prince’s play along? Stoppard begs to differ.

Discover the true story of the Wicked Witch of the West.

Liz and Jane Bennet are good daughters trying to deal with the challenges of their large family in modern Cincinnati.

“It is a truth universally acknowledged that a zombie in possession of brains must be in want of more brains.”

Inspired by Frankenstein, this novel is about the bodies we live in and the bodies we desire.

A glorious homage to A Room with a View, Sex and Vanity is a glittering modern love story set between two cultures.

From the shadows of Huck Finn, Jim emerges to reclaim his voice, defying the conventions that have consigned him to the margins.

Fifteen years old, gawky, egotistical, and recently orphaned, the young Mary Russell’s intellect impresses the long-retired Sherlock Holmes, who agrees to take her on as protegee.

Read the first stories of Achilles and Patroclus in Wilson’s compelling translation of Homer’s epic.

The brilliant, fascinating and somewhat strange woman behind the Ripley novels is given a mystery of her own to solve in The Crime Writer.

You Tucci can master Italian cooking with Marcella!

Dickens’ David Copperfield becomes Demon Copperhead in Kingsolver’s retelling based in the southern Appalachian Mountains of Virginia.

Riveting and compelling stories of racial identity early 20th centuury and contemporary America.

 

Go beyond the Greeks!

One of the world’s most successful investors and entrepreneurs shares his principles for success, but is then unravelled!

How we can take back time into our lives, and then what we should do with the precious four thousand weeks.

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