The pros and cons of gaming life in books depend purely on the depiction of gamers, and not everyone gets this right.
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Whether you prefer chess, Sushi Go!, Catan, or something else entirely, here are matching book recommendations for every board gamer.
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Love reading about gaming as much as you love the games? Check out these video game books, including In Real Life by Cory Doctorow and Jen Wang.
Know a young gamer? Find some excellent YA and middle grade books matched with popular games, including Warcross by Marie Lu for Fortnite fans.
These games make perfect gifts for word-loving nerds, from tiny budding word nerds to the grown and serious.
If you're searching for invented worlds to set your next D&D campaign in, look no further than these great titles. How about Regency London from Sorcerer to the Crown by Zen Cho, or The Radch Empire from Ancillary Justice by Ann Leckie?
If you love HADES the game, don't miss these mythological stories and retellings, including Oh My Gods by Alexandra Sheppard.