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October 31, 2022

#1 Books Like Lore Olympus

Discover the passionate love story between two Greek deities, Hades and Persephone, as it is brought to life by opulent artwork and an appealing modern voice.

Witness what the gods get up to at night in Rachel Smythe’s chic and modern reworking of one of mythology’s most well-known tales, which includes scandalous gossip, crazy parties, and forbidden love. This sharply insightful and romantic graphic paperback from Smythe’s original Eisner-nominated webcomic Lore Olympus takes the Greek Pantheon into the present era and includes a brand-new, exclusive short story.

#2 Books Like Silent Hill

Except for mental demons, Troy Abernathy does not believe in ghosts or demons. When the fame-hungry doctor takes Lynn DeAngelis to Silent Hill, his entire world is upended. They confront the cause of her apparent illusions there and discover themselves imprisoned in a land of unfathomable horrors!

#3 Books Like Fleabag

Along with Phoebe Waller-fresh Bridge’s writing, Fleabag: The Scriptures also includes the show’s filming scripts and never-before-seen stage directions.

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#4 Books Like 28 Days Later

The world’s deadliest virus was unintentionally created by two idealistic scientists… A family struggling to survive the initial outbreak of the infection while making desperate decisions… In a devastated London, a lone survivor fighting the Infected with a rifle… The gory culmination of four original stories detailing the worst tragedy humanity has ever experienced is as horrific as the Rage Virus itself.

In the legendary horror film, 30 Days of Night writer Steve Niles penned the story, and three of the most frightfully gifted comic book artists now at work produced the artwork for 28 Days Later: The events of the sequel, 28 Weeks Later, are set up in The Aftermath, which starts before the popular film and finishes with a startling conclusion.

#5 Books Like Only Murders In The Building

The American mystery-comedy television show Only Murders in the Building was produced by Steve Martin and John Hoffman. In August 2021, Hulu hosted the premiere of the ten-episode first season. The story centers on three strangers who share a passion for a real crime podcast and are portrayed by Steve Martin, Martin Short, and Selena Gomez. For its comic take on crime fiction in addition to the performance and chemistry of the principal actors, the series has won praise from critics.

#6 Maus

The first volume of the Pulitzer Prize-winning graphic novel was hailed by the Wall Street Journal as “the most moving and effective narrative ever done about the Holocaust” and “the first masterpiece in comic book history” (The New Yorker).

Maus, widely regarded as the finest graphic novel ever written, chronicles the author’s father’s terrifying experiences during the Holocaust, with Jews shown as wide-eyed mice and Nazis as threatening cats.

#7 Avatar The Last Airbender

Fans of The Legend of Korra and Avatar: The Last Airbender have been burning with the same question for years: what happened to Fire Lord Zuko’s mother? Zuko finally discovers a clue, and to assist him to discover the biggest secret of his life, he calls on Team Avatar and the most unexpected of allies.

This novel, which was written by American-born Chinese Eisner winner and National Book Award contender Gene Luen Yang in close cooperation with Avatar creators Bryan Konietzko and Michael Dante DiMartino, will permanently alter the lives of Aang and his pals!

#8 Good Omens

The world will end on a Saturday, according to The Nice and Correct Prophecies of Agnes Nutter, Witch, the sole book of prophecy that is 100 percent accurate and was published in 1655, just before she burst. in fact, on Saturday next. not long before dinner.

Atlantis is rising, frogs are dropping, and tempers are escalating as a result of the gathering forces of Good and Evil. Everything seems to be proceeding as intended by the divine plan. But a fussy angel and a quick-tempered demon, who have both been living among Earth’s mortals since The Beginning and have become very fond of the way of life, aren’t really anticipating the Rapture. Additionally, it appears that the Antichrist has been lost.

#9 Love Actually

The eagerly anticipated new screenplay and directing debut of wildly successful screenwriter Richard Curtis is Love Actually. The film, which interweaves the stories of ten couples, is as true to life as it gets and is as clever, humorous, and moving as only Richard Curtis (Four Weddings and a Funeral) could make it.

A lovelorn Prime Minister, an elderly rock star, a sexually ambitious assistant, a recently widowed stepfather, a stunning housekeeper, a wandering husband, and other characters involved in the silly, sloppy, seductive, sweet business of finding love are among the cast in this contemporary London drama set just before Christmas. Hugh Grant, Emma Thompson, Alan Rickman, Colin Firth, Liam Neeson, and Laura Linney are just a few of the outstanding actors in the movie.

#10 Bright Lights Big City

After Bright Lights, Big City was published in 1984, Jay McInerney rose to literary fame and was hailed as the voice of a generation. The story follows a young man as he navigates nightclubs, fashion shows, editorial offices, and loft parties in an effort to escape mortality and the dawn’s relentless approach. He flees until he approaches his reckoning point, where he is forced to face loss and may find his finer instincts, with nothing but kindness, controlled drugs, and wit to sustain him in this anti-quest. One of America’s most cherished, emulated, and famous novels are this outstanding tale of childhood and New York.

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#11 Calvin And Hobbes

This is the first collection of the well-known comic strip Calvin, which depicts a boisterous 6-year-old boy and his endearingly animated stuffed tiger named Hobbes.

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#12 Fullmetal Alchemist

Edward Elric lost both of his limbs in a botched alchemical ritual, and his brother Alphonse was reduced to nothing more than a soul in armor. With artificial “auto-mail” limbs, Edward transforms into a state alchemist in search of the fabled Philosopher’s Stone, the only substance capable of healing his and his brother’s bodies.

Alchemy is the esoteric ability to change the physical universe; it lies somewhere between magic, art, and science. One of the Elric brothers lost an arm and a leg as he experimented with the ability to grant his most cherished wish to his brother, Edward. and the other vanished into little more than a soul trapped inside a living steel body. Edward is now a government agent and a victim of the military-alchemical complex, using his special abilities to carry out commands, including murder. But his abilities aren’t original. The misuse of alchemy has wreaked havoc on the planet. Their adversaries are even more merciless than they are in the search for the ultimate alchemical treasure, the Philosopher’s Stone.

#13 Confederacy Of Dunces

The protagonist in John Kennedy Toole’s tragicomic story A Confederacy of Dunces is Ignatius J. Reilly. The 30-year-old medievalist writes his masterpiece on Big Chief writing pads that he keeps concealed beneath his bed, resides at home with his mother in New Orleans, and tells anybody who will listen about the harrowing encounter he once had on a Greyhound Scenicruiser headed for Baton Rouge. “That bus was racing into the abyss, speeding along.” Ignatius almost gets arrested by Patrolman Mancuso, who mistook him for a tramp and then gets into a vehicle accident with his inebriated mother at the wheel, which puts an end to his peaceful life of controlling his mother and writing unending comparative history.

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#14 Guts By Raina Telgemeier

One night, Raina awakens with a horrible stomach ache. Since her mother also has one, it is most likely just a glitch. When Raina eventually goes back to school, she has to deal with the typical highs and lows, including friends and not-friends as well as peers who believe that the school year is just one big gross-out session. It quickly becomes apparent that Raina’s stomach issues aren’t going away, and they correlate with her concerns about her weight, her education, and her changing friendships. What is happening?

Once more, Raina Telgemeier gives us a wise, endearing, and humorous true account of growing up and finding the confidence to confront and overcome her worries.

#15 Books Like You Had Me At Hola

The soap opera star Jasmine Lin Rodriguez had her face plastered all over the tabloids following a dramatic public breakup. When Jasmine returns to her native New York City to film the lead part in a bilingual romantic comedy for the top streaming service in the nation, she believes her new “Leading Lady Plan” should be simple to implement. That is until a casting change casts her alongside telenovela hunk Ashton Suárez.

Leading Ladies can be happy without a man. Ashton is concerned that his career is also over after his final telenovela character was killed off. He will get the chance to showcase his acting skills to American audiences and catch the attention of Hollywood casting directors by joining this different cast as a last-minute addition. He’ll need to create a smokin’ hot on-screen connection with Jasmine for it to work. It’s easier said than done, especially when a poor first impression extinguishes any sexual fire they may have had.