Cat in the Stax: Books & Board Games – Seven Perfect Pairings
Some people pair peanut butter and jelly, others pair wine and cheese, but in my opinion the perfect pairing is books and board games. Taking some time curled up with a good book and then meeting up with close friends and family in the evening to play a tabletop game constitutes a perfectly relaxing day. Below, I paired books and games together for a variety of different interests!
If you like pirates… you should read Black Flags, Blue Waters: The Epic History of America’s Most Notorious Pirates by Eric Jay Dolin and you should play Pirate’s Cove.
If you like zombies… you should read Zone One by Colson Whitehead and you should play Dead of Winter.
If you like spies and espionage… you should read The Spy Who Came in from the Cold by John le Carré and you should play Code Names.
If you like vampires… you should read My Soul to Keep by Tananarive Due and play Fury of Dracula.
If you like the woods… you should read A Walk in the Woods by Bill Bryson and you should play Parks.
If you like classic adventure… you should read On The Road by Jack Kerouac and you should play Ticket to Ride.
If you like horror… you should read The Shining by Stephen King and you should play Betrayal at the House on the Hill.
Can you think of any other book and board game pairings I missed?
Jenna Newman is a graduate assistant in Falvey Memorial Library and a graduate student in the Communication Department.
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