What are the best books with alliteration in the title?

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    #1The Two Towers (The Lord of the Rings)

    The Two Towers (The Lord of the Rings)
    The Two Towers is the second part of J.R.R. Tolkien's classic epic trilogy, the Lord of the Rings. It was originally published in November 1954. It is about the war instigated by Saruman the White, ruler of Isengard.

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    Jose Fuller
    Written on May 14, 2018
    "I love to read books. In particular, I am a huge fan of fantasy books. When I finished my last book I wanted to start something new so I tried to find the best books with alliteration in the title. I recently stumbled upon "The Two Towers (The Lord of the Rings) and gave it a try. I must say that I am disappointed. The theme of the book is exactly what I love, and the title is a perfect example of alliteration, but for some reason I can't connect to the characters or the story. Next time, I will have to find something better."
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    #2Gone Girl

    Gone Girl

    Gone Girl is a 2014 psychological thriller by Gillian Flynn. It tells the story of Nick Dunne and his wife Amy, and revolves around whether or not Nick was involved in his wife's disappearance. This is a tale of vengeance and deceit.


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    Christopher Riley
    Written on April 23, 2018
    "I have watched the movie and read the book "Gone Girl", but I can say that the book is way better. The book goes into more detail and keeps you up and entertained. I would recommend this book by anyone who likes psychological thriller."
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    #3The Thirteenth Tale

    The Thirteenth Tale

    The Thirteenth Tale by Diane Setterfield is a gothic historical fiction on how children allegorically think of their birth. It tells the gothic strange encounters of the protagonist throughout the story.


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    Dennis Perry
    Written on April 22, 2018
    "This book has great alliteration in the title. I think at least check it out if you want something like this."
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    #4Black Beauty

    Black Beauty
    Black Beauty is a classic children's novel by Anna Sewell that tells the story of a horse named Black Beauty as he lives his life first in happiness in the care of a loving owner, to more unfortunate circumstances as a working horse.

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    Sonia Cano
    Written on April 21, 2018
    "I don't think there is a child or adult out there who should have read Black Beauty. The title's alliteration is just fine, but the real joy is the book itself. It is a great story and one that resonates with most children, especially (in my experience) young girls. I know that my daughter begged and begged for a horse after that (okay, that might not sell you on the book - but she loved it!). We showed her the classic movie after reading it, and she remembers it as one of her most favorite childhood memories. "
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    #5Nicholas Nickleby

    Nicholas Nickleby

    Published as a serial, Dickens' third novel narrates the life and adventures of Nicholas Nickleby, whose father died under strange circumstances after a poor investment and is now the only one able to help his mother and sister, who have no choice but to leave the comfortable lifestyle they had in Devonshire and are forced to move to London. 


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    Jesse Porter
    Written on April 21, 2018
    "The book is great, and if alliteration is what you're looking for, you'll find plenty more in the pages, rather than just the title. It gives you a great insight in to London at the time."
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    #6Pride and Prejudice

    Pride and Prejudice

    Pride and Prejudice is a novel by Jane Austen, first published in 1813. The story follows Elizabeth Bennet as she navigates British society and is confronted with how people regard things like upbringing, education, manners, morality, and marriage.


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    Alice Jacobs
    Written on April 20, 2018
    "If somebody had told me that I'd love a romance before I read this book, I would have laughed derisively. In my late teens, romance was just not my cup of tea: it was meant for most girls but not this girl. I was happily reading about ghosts and vampires, missions to different planets, and intriguing detective novels. All of the women in those books were beautiful spies or strong adventuresses. Then I had to read this for high school English and I have to say it was worth all the time I took to read it. I absolutely loved the main characters, the humor, and most of all the romance. This has become one of my all-time favorite books "
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    #7Fahrenheit 451

    Fahrenheit 451

    Fahrenheit 451 is a dystopian novel wherein a totalitarian regime has ordered the burning of books in order to suppress the spread of subversive ideas. It preaches about the power and role of knowledge to see beyond the surface.


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    Evelyn Hudson
    Written on May 15, 2018
    "Fahrenheit 451 is a dystopian novel by American writer Ray Bradbury, published in 1953. It is regarded as one of his best works. The novel presents a future American society where books are outlawed and "firemen" burn any that are found. where television rules and literature is on the brink of extinction, firemen start fires rather than put them out. His job is to destroy the most illegal of commodities, the printed book, along with the houses in which they are hidden. better pictures for the readers."
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    #8The Magic Mountain

    The Magic Mountain

    The Magic Mountain is a satirical novel by the Nobel Prize-winning author, Thomas Mann. Set before World War I, it tells the story of Hans Castorp, who goes to a sanatorium in the Swiss Alps and stays for seven years.


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    Austin Perez
    Written on May 8, 2018
    "The Magic Mountain is a good book, and it does happen to have an alliteration in the title as well. That is not something I have thought a lot about when choosing what book to read though. I did find the book very interesting and had trouble putting it down."
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    #9The Great Gatsby

    The Great Gatsby

    The Great Gatsby is a classic book written by F. Scott Fitzgerald which was first published in 1914. It tells the story of wealthy man Jay Gatsby who is in love with Daisy Buchanan from an old money family. This has two film adaptations. 


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    Tiffany Dixon
    Written on May 15, 2018
    "I've always heard of this book and remembered the name because of the alliteration in the title. After reading it, I truly understand why the Great Gatsby is a classic book. This book sucks you and you forget the world around you. I highly recommend this book!"
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    #10The Master and Margarita

    The Master and Margarita

    The Master and Margarita is a satire about the devil visiting the godless Soviet Union in the 1930s. Mikhail Bulgakov wrote the book during Stalin's regime and can be regarded as a response to political repression.


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    Brandon Meyer
    Written on April 23, 2018
    "The Master and Margarita is an incredible satire. The story is definitely a great history lesson about the Soviet culture and life in the 1930's. Additionally the title rolls of the tongue so nicely with the double Ms"
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    #11Absalom, Absalom!

    Absalom, Absalom!

    Absalom, Absalom! by William Faulkner is published in 1936. This book tells the story of Thomas Sutpen, a man who finds wealth and marries in order to have children to be his heir someday. 


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    Theresa Taylor
    Written on April 25, 2018
    "While this book was interesting, it didn't really meet my needs. I was looking for a book targeted more for a younger audience, possibly to teach them about alliteration as a literary device. While this book has alliteration in the title, it is actually a fiction book and it deals with some pretty serious topics, including greed and death. I will need to look for a book that better suits my needs, as this one just wasn't it."
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    #12Ella Enchanted

    Ella Enchanted

    Cinderella is forced to obey every order because of a 'gift' from her fairy godmother. In Ella Enchanted, Gail Levine's 1997 Newberry winning rendition of the Cinderella story, Cinderella goes on a journey to free herself from the curse forever.


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    Diane Harvey
    Written on April 20, 2018
    "I thought this was a really cute book and somewhat different from Cinderella. It wasn't anything like I would be expecting from it. It surprised me in different ways and I would love to read it again. I was so happy I found this at the library because I have seen the movie and really enjoyed it and the book was so much better."
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    #13Ack-Ack Macaque

    Ack-Ack Macaque

    Ack-Ack Macaque is the first book in Gareth L. Powell's historical fiction and dieselpunk series for young adults, the Ack-Ack Macaque series. It was first released in 2012. It has two settings: one in 1944 Germany and one in 2044 in Britain.


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    Tammy Montgomery
    Written on April 29, 2018
    "Ack-Ack is a great cigar chugging monkey general main character, but the book is uneven story. It's truly worth reading for the inventive writing and wit. I would suggest it for an older teen or adult who loves fantasy sci fi."


Best What are the best books with alliteration in the title
1The Two Towers (The Lord of the Rings)Books 17 Paid
2Gone GirlBooks 12 Paid
3The Thirteenth TaleBooks 11 Paid
4Black BeautyBooks 10 Paid
5Nicholas Nickleby Books 9 Paid
6Pride and PrejudiceBooks 7 Paid
7Fahrenheit 451Books 7 Paid
8The Magic MountainBooks 5 Paid
9The Great GatsbyBooks 4 Paid
10The Master and MargaritaBooks 3 Paid

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