By Roberta Smith and Peter J. Sullivan/The American Conservative By Robert H. Thompson / December 2, 2018 6:15:11PM ET The House and the Throne by Charles Dickens (1859) (Amazon Kindle edition) Harry Potter and the Cursed Child by J.K. Rowling (1952) (Barnes and Noble edition) The Lord of the Rings by JRR Tolkien (1962) (W.W. Norton edition) Lord of The Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring by Joss Whedon (2013) (Random House paperback edition) A History of Wizardry by George R.R. Martin (1998) (Macmillan edition) Tom Bombadil and the Battle of the Five Armies by Ernest Hemingway (1930) (Houghton Mifflin) Lord Of The Rings Trilogy by JK Rowling (2003) (Simon & Schuster paperback edition, paperback edition 2) A Tale of Two Cities by C.S. Lewis (1971) (William Morrow edition) Huckleberry Finn by JG Ballard (1959) (Doubleday paperback edition; paperback edition 1) Lord Androgynous by H.G. Wells (1957) (Little, Brown edition) An American Werewolf in London by F. Scott Fitzgerald (1928) (HarperCollins edition) Alice In Wonderland by Lewis Carroll (1939) (Berkley paperback edition.
paperback edition 4) The Wonderful Wizard of Oz by Lewis Carrol (1929) (Dutton paperback edition 5) A Christmas Carol by John Steinbeck (1943) (Penguin edition) J.R., The Adventures of the Little Prince by Lewis Hyde (1942) (Scribner edition) American Gothic by David Foster Wallace (1971; Penguin paperback edition: paperback edition 6) Harry and the Hendersons by Jules Verne (1958) (Knopf edition) Muggles by James Joyce (1955) (Collins edition; Penguin edition) Letters From My Aunt Madeline by Mary E. Clements (1961) (Routledge edition) In Search of Harry by Stephen King (1979) (St. Martin’s Press edition) Stories of a Tubby: Stories by a Tub-Boy by Peter Straub (1940) (Johns Hopkins edition) Tales from the Crypt by Mark Twain (1944) (Ballantine edition)