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Book Titles from a Parallel Dimension

These parallel dimension books have the Same Initials as their equivalents in our dimension. Can you guess the more familiar book titles?
Example: Jon Grisham's Tackling Fraud = The Firm
Quiz by overtired
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Last updated: November 10, 2023
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First submittedApril 17, 2023
Times taken10,115
Average score70.0%
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Parallel Dimension Book
Our Dimension Book
Charles Dickins'...
Orphan Tale
Oliver Twist
Josephine Heller's...
Clause-22
Catch-22
Williem Golding's...
Little Ones Turn Feral
Lord of the Flies
Janet Austen's...
Passion and Prevarication
Pride and Prejudice
J R R Token's...
Thieving Halfling
The Hobbit
Fiodor Dostoevsky's...
Corruption and Penance
Crime and Punishment
John Steenbeck's...
The Great Oklahoma Withdrawal
The Grapes of Wrath
Georgina Orwell's...
Nationwide Ex-Freedoms
Nineteen Eighty-Four
Emilë Brontë's...
Wretched Heathcliff
Wuthering Heights
Harpo Lee’s…
Too Keen A Misjudgment
To Kill A Mockingbird
Miguel da Cervantes'...
Dream Questing
Don Quixote
J D Sallinger's...
Teenage Crumbiness Is Too Real
The Catcher in the Rye
Hermon Melville's...
Megafauna Destiny
Moby Dick
Paul Coelho’s...
Travelling Andalusian
The Alchemist
C S Louis's...
The Leopard, The Wiccan And The Way
The Lion, The Witch and the Wardrobe
Ernest Hummingbird's...
Adieu For The Artillery
A Farewell to Arms
Robin Louis Stevenson's...
Tracking Ingots
Treasure Island
Victory Hugo's...
Lowly Malcontents
Les Misérables
Marie Shelley's...
Freakyman
Frankenstein
Ronald Dahl's...
Children At The Candy Firm
Charlie and the Chocolate Factory
 
 
                                                            
45 Comments
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Level 78
Apr 17, 2023
Excellent, as always! I've never heard of the Paulo Coelho novel but got the rest. Also, I think if the novel had been called "Freakyman" it would have been even more successful.
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Level 71
Jun 22, 2023
I have read the Paolo Coelho book and have it in my possession, but absolutely could not come up with the title. :/
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Level 73
Apr 17, 2023
Awesome quiz, as usual. :) I really enjoy the parallel dimension quizzes and I'm very happy to see the book version now. The only one I didn't got was the Melville one. The author sounded awfully familiar, but Megafauna brought me on the absolutely wrong track (dinosaurs and such). I was wracking my brain on famous books talking about the last day(s) of the dinos. :D
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Level 68
Apr 28, 2023
I love this quiz so much! Everyone is talking about the hilarious titles, but “Too Keen A Misjudgment” is actually so fitting! Keep up the amazing work!
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Level 85
Apr 28, 2023
Thanks for the comment. Glad you liked that one :)
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Level 78
May 31, 2023
Ernest Hummingbird ? Never heard him called that before.
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Level 82
May 31, 2023
That's probably because you don't live in that dimension.
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Level 77
Jun 22, 2023
Glad you picked up on that one, single name that was changed.
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Level 84
May 31, 2023
Can't say that I've ever heard of The Alchemist, but I got everything else.
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Level 83
May 31, 2023
Top quiz .Really like freaky man and the lord of the flies one.
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Level 86
May 31, 2023
I imagine "Children at the Candy Firm" is a much more serious film in the alternate universe.
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Level 56
Jun 22, 2023
Well it can't be much worse than the original and cannot be worse than the remake.
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Level 84
May 31, 2023
This is an absolutely brilliant series.
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Level 85
Jun 1, 2023
Thanks, glad you like it!
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Level 86
Jun 1, 2023
Took me until almost the last one to realize the initials of the titles matched the original.
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Level 85
Jun 1, 2023
If only there was a way to know this before taking the quiz... :P
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Level 84
Jun 1, 2023
Victory Hugo is an interesting typo
+10
Level ∞
Jun 1, 2023
Might want to check which dimension you're in, Dr. Strange!
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Level 77
Jun 22, 2023
What typo? "Victory Hugo" is definitely the correct way to spell the name of the author of Lowly Malcontents.
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Level 82
Jun 1, 2023
the Georgina Orwell book too me so long to get. I don't normally think of that title fully spelled out, and was wracking my brain for an Orwell book aside from that one and Animal Farm XD
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Level 92
Jun 8, 2023
I had this same experience. I thought of, and discarded that book a half dozen times before I spelled it out.
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Level 41
Feb 28, 2024
I thought it was written by George Orwell not Georgina Orwell?
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Level 89
Jun 2, 2023
Like these. Thanks.
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Level 67
Jun 22, 2023
These are terrific!
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Level 60
Jun 22, 2023
Brilliant quiz. I think even more people would confuse Freakyman with Freakyman's monster!
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Level 85
Jun 22, 2023
I like to think of the monster as a Freakyman too, in the same way that a painting by Monet is a Monet.
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Level 71
Jun 22, 2023
Lewis, not Louis.
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Level 65
Jun 22, 2023
That's the joke
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Level 77
Jun 22, 2023
Don't be ridiculous. It's definitely Robin Louis Stevenson.
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Level 74
Jun 22, 2023
I think this is a suggestion, and I think it's a decent one.
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Level 86
Jul 30, 2023
In that case, we must also take it as a decent suggestion to leave "Ernest Hummingbird" as is.
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Level 77
Jun 22, 2023
Boy, this quiz is almost as good as the April Fools quizzes in terms of comments "correcting" a single item, and ignoring the other nineteen items that are also "wrong."
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Level 67
Jun 22, 2023
The 1984 alternative title is written in Newspeak, double-plus-good!
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Level 76
Jun 22, 2023
Including the authors makes this WAY too easy, would be better without them
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Level 85
Jun 23, 2023
Average score is 75%. I'd say it's just right.
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Level 50
Jun 23, 2023
That was fun. Good job on the imaginative titles! :)
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Level 79
Jun 23, 2023
Very witty, great quiz.
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Level 49
Jun 23, 2023
Holy smokes. Did I really get "The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe" wrong because I used an Oxford comma?
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Level 85
Jun 23, 2023
No, you didn't. JetPunk doesn't count punctuation on any quiz. If you'd typed that it would have been accepted.
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Level 71
Aug 7, 2023
Such a fun and interesting concept. I cannot imagine the work that went into this. Thanks, I really enjoyed it.
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Level 87
Sep 8, 2023
From an incessant shortcut lover: The Willem Golding one has its acronym as a type-in…
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Level 63
Nov 9, 2023
I find it funny that LOTF is an accepted type-in for this quiz when it is strictly the acronym, when is already given to us.
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Level 85
Nov 9, 2023
Ha, didn't realise that. It was an auto type-in applied by JetPunk. Have removed it!
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Level 62
Feb 27, 2024
In case you haven't read Ray Bradbury's Celsius 892, you are missing out big time!
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Level 85
Feb 27, 2024
You got me looking up 451 Fahrenheit in Celsius. 233 apparently. Maybe paper burns at a much higher temperature in that dimension!