Make A Chain of Book Titles - A List of 3 Titles (Fiction/Non Fiction)
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1) Each entry must have three titles. The last word of the first title must be the first word of the second title, the first word of the third title must be the last word of the second title.
2) The first word of a new entry must be the last word of the third title of the previous entry.
3) Ignore articles (a, an, the).
Last entry of the previous thread:
Beer U.S. A. by Will Anderson
U. S. A. by John Dos Passos
The U. S. A. in Color by Editors of Holiday Photos
Quanta and Reality: a Symposium for the Non Scientist . . . . .
by David Bohm
A Scientist Rises (in Gosh! Wow!) by Desmond Winter Hall
The Story of Rachel Carson and the Environmental Movement by Leila Foster
"The Movement: a Childrenʻs Story for Grown-ups" by
(32) on 30>31
I thought to play e.g. "Hunter"S" (31)
on "Hunter" (30) was permissible. Is there a rule against it? Is it because of LTʻs systemic aversion to apostrophes?
I don't see anything "fine" about them,, the way LT works for me
Iʻll take your word for it, and I deleted
the WordS > Word play, but, as I remember
it, this game does allow a singular to be played on a plural of the previous, and vice-versa.
The rules in (1) donʻt rule that out. You may have it mixed up with another game for which @mobilomaniac wrote the rule which DOES indeed specify that the word put into the next post must be EXACTLY the same a a word of the previous post
Playing on >47 amaranthe:
The Time Machine by H. G. Wells
The Machine Crusade by Brian Herbert and Kevin J. Anderson
Crusade by David Weber
Okay, I get it: "Time" should have been the first word.
Hell to Pay by Rachel Amphlet
Pay It Forward by Catherine Ryan Hyde
No. But I might play on 153.
Freedom Song by Amit Chaudhuri
Song of Kali by Dan Simmons
>184 rolandperkins: Looks like a translation and commentary on Patañjali's text, involving serious scholarship by Taimni. Equivalent to a commentary on a book of the Bible, which would be listed under commentator's authorship.
What Remains: a Memoir of Fate, Friendship, and Love
by Carole Radziwill
De Fato = "On Fate" by Cicero
Morning Girl by Michael Darris
The Girl who Heard Dragons by Anne McCaffrey
Walker: the True Story of the First American Invasion
of Nicaragua by Rudolph Wurlitzer
Nicaragua and the United States: Years of Conflict
by Tony Jenkins
Angels within us: a Spiritual Guide to the Twenty-Two
Angels that Govern our Lives by John Randolph Price
Lives that Speak: Stories of Twentieth Century Quakers
by Marnie Clark