Literary Easter Eggs – 2014 Edition

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In 2013, I celebrated Holy Week with An Easter Egg Hunt. Here, I referenced Wikipedia’s definition of an Easter Egg – a hidden message in a work which refers to something else. This can be an inside joke or a friend’s name. Also in 2013, Candice of warmcuppatea posted twice on this topic – Literary Easter Eggs – Stephen King Edition and Literary LOST Easter Eggs – Part II. By the way, when I Googled “Literary Easter Eggs,” her Stephen King Edition post came up on the first page of results. Props to you, Candice! 😉
This Easter, I’m sharing some books that have Easter Eggs. These might be references to other works or might have namesake characters. As was true with the books I shared on Valentine’s Day,  you can click on the covers, visit Jorie’s Store on Amazon, and shop for some great reading. Making purchases at Jorie’s Store funds future giveaways! 🙂

 The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy  The Peach Keeper (Center Point Platinum Romance (Large Print))  The Da Vinci Code Alice's Adventures in Wonderland & Through the Looking-Glass (Bantam Classics) Nine Dragons (A Harry Bosch Novel) The Truth About Forever

 The Virgin Suicides: A Novel  The French Lieutenant's Woman  Trial by Fury (J. P. Beaumont Novel)  Apollyon: The Destroyer Is Unleashed (Left Behind)  11/22/63: A Novel  1022 Evergreen Place (Cedar Cove) 

 Pegasus in Flight (Talent, Bk. 2)  Atonement: A Novel  Nineteen Minutes  Edgar Allan Poe: Complete Tales and Poems  Atlas Shrugged  Charlotte's Web (Trophy Newbery)

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  1. Pingback: The Sunday Post ~ sharing blog news and book haul ~ Jorie’s 68th Edition | Jorie's Reads by Starry Night Elf

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