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10 More Books to Fill the Void Your Favorite TV Show Left Behind

We heard your calls for more help after our last book recommendations for TV shows post, so back by popular demand is part II! Fill the void of your favorite missing show with these summer reads!


Outlander ––> A Book of Spirits and Thieves


Fates collide when young women cross the planes of the reality into worlds of swords, horses, and epic adventure.


Jane the Virgin ––> Immaculate


Modern day stories about young women who get pregnant…even though they’re virgins.


Veronica Mars ––> Trouble is a Friend of Mine


Tag along with clever teen investigators who keep you laughing along the way.


Game of Thrones ––> An Ember in the Ashes


Adrenaline never ceases in worlds where defiance is punished by death and young people must become soldiers and spies, turncoats and killers, to find power, freedom, and what they want most.


Sherlock ––> The Name of the Star


Head back to London with charismatic main characters to solve creepy murders.


Pretty Little Liars ––> The Merciless


Both prove that teen girls are no joke when it comes to horrifying scenarios.


Supernatural ––> Between the Devil and the Deep Blue Sea


How do you deal when something not quite human shows up in a small town?


Parenthood ––> Saint Anything


Discovering love, adversity, and identity comes full circle when you realize the rock of your world is family.


Glee ––> Hold Me Closer


Having the insider view of a high school musical means getting the perfect trifecta of drama, romance, and endless show tunes.


New Girl ––> Firecracker


David Iverson actually writes for New Girl, which explains why it’s straight. Up. Hilarious.


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