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What happens when fiction 6 New (ish) Science Fiction Movies Better Than Star Wars 6 New (ish) Science Fiction Movies Better Than Star Wars Is Star Wars really the pinnacle of science fiction movies set in space? Haven't several films already surpassed the Star Wars series? Here are six we consider to be better... Read More meets fiction? That’s a confusing sentence Improve Your Writing With Expresso, The Style Checker Improve Your Writing With Expresso, The Style Checker Meet Expresso. It will change the way you blog – for the better. Read More , so let me explain what I mean. What happens when a work of fiction has it’s own fictional fiction? Is that any better?

Here, let me give you an example: “The Wasteland Survival Guide” from Fallout Not Using the Fallout 4 Mobile App? You're Missing Out! Not Using the Fallout 4 Mobile App? You're Missing Out! This mobile app isn't just a companion to Fallout 4. It's so awesome that if you aren't using it, you're really missing out! Read More . That’s a work of fiction read by the characters in a different work of fiction. It all makes sense now, right?

So, what are the best pieces of fictional fiction? Which books The Ultimate 50 Ways to Find New Books to Read The Ultimate 50 Ways to Find New Books to Read There are some books which we don't want to put down. Thanks to the many tools available today, your next reading adventure can begin instantly. Find what you should read next with this guide. Read More , movies, TV shows, and video games had the best pieces of fiction contained in them? Check out the infographic below for a fascinating and meta look!

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  1. Teresa
    December 10, 2015 at 4:48 am

    An Imperial Affliction from The Fault in Our Stars.

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    November 27, 2015 at 6:57 pm

    9th Wonders - Heroes

  3. Peter Fitzsimmons
    November 26, 2015 at 9:17 am

    Lazlo Woodbine, from the Robert Rankin books always made me chuckle. The last of the great 1950's private detectives, he only worked the same four locations; his office - where he met clients, A bar - where he would talk a "load of toot" and "chew the fat", An alley way - where he usually shoots at somebody and a rooftop - where he has his final show down with the villain.

    Any other location is carefully negotiated around in a way that only Robert Rankin could, and even makes a real life appearance in some books, although it's not quite as simple as that.....

    When you have to contend with other characters including The devil, a time travelling sprout, an anthropomorphic bicycle, a retired Merlin and others.... A 1950's style PI who is only real for part of the time is easy!

    I highly recommend The Brentford Trilogy for anyone who wants a damned good read.

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