Pop culture connoisseurs need look no further than their library to find books that match the mood and feel of what they’ve been watching on the big screen. From books about panda bears to dating, you can find it in the stacks.
For fans of Deadpoool’s violence and dark humor:
Beat the Reaper, by Josh Brazell
Peter Brown’s history as teenage hitman catches up to him at the hospital where he’s now working as an intern.
Pygmy, by Chuck Palahniuk
Palahniuk’s trademark sex and gore populate this tale of terrorists masquerading as exchange students.
You Suck, by Christopher Moore
Foul-mouthed vampires chomp their way through San Francisco.
For fans of How to Be Single and its take on dating:
Bridget Jones’s Diary, by Helen Fielding
Bridget struggles with self-confidence, cigarette dependency, wine consumption, and dating dilemmas.
Good in Bed, by Jennifer Weiner
Curvey Cannie Shapiro’s hook-up with an ex has unintended consequences.
Modern Romance: An Investigation, by Aziz Ansari and Eric Klinenberg
Comedian Ansari marries his observations about relationships with input from the experts.
For fans of Kung Fu Panda 3 and pandas:
Mr. Chas and Lisa Sue Meet the Pandas, by Fran Lebowitz
No Ling-Ling’s or Po’s here. Lebowitz’s New York pantry-dwelling pandas are named “Pandemonium” and “Don’t Panda to Public Taste.”
For fans of Zoolander 2 who want to take a further look at the modeling industry:
Adored, by Tilly Bagshawe
Scandal and heartbreak follow model-turned-actress Sienna McMahon.
Breaking the Rules, by Barbara Taylor Bradford
Audrey Hepburn doppelganger takes the London modeling scene by storm.
Model Student: A Tale of Co-Eds and Cover Girls, by Robin Hazelwood
Seventeen-year-old Emily Woods must choose between college and the call of the runway.