Books July 13, 2013
A Different Story: Famous Book Titles Minus One Letter


Changing one letter can change everything.

That's what the Twitter hashtag #bookswithalettermissing proved: the titles of some well-known books suddenly took on a different meaning when only one letter was removed.

For instance: 'The Princess Bride' by William Goldman suddenly became a little cheesy:


Michael Crichton's 'Jurassic Park' took on a biblical aspect it never had before:


Waldo got a lot easier to find:


These cover mock-ups were created by Twitter user darth. You can see a full gallery at Pleated Jeans.



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