Episode Twenty Seven – Novel Genre Cross-Over, Possibly Accidental

Novel Genre Cross-Over, possibly accidental

What happens when the characters from a novel accidentally wander into a novel from a completely different genre?
If they get lost out there, stuck between the pages, how do the characters left behind repair their own story without a major character?
What happens when a highly-competent heist crew steal the out-of-context problem that is a Lovecraftian artifact?

Sam Spade
Miss Marple

My Little Pony
Fan Fiction

Sliders
Ministry Of Peculiar Occurrences series, by Tee Morris & Philippa Ballantine
Thursday Next series, by Jasper Fforde

eXistenZ

Sherlock Holmes
C.S.I.
Mina Harker

Fate Core System

The Dresden Files series, by Jim Butcher

Timeworks by Mark Diaz Truman, in Fate Worlds Volume Two: Worlds In Shadow

The Lair Of The White Worm, by Bram Stoker
The Eye Of Argon

The Ciaphas Cain series, by Sandy Mitchell
The Flashman series, by George McDonald Fraser
The Biggles novels, by Capt. W.E. Johns

Wreck-It Ralph
The Big Sleep, by Raymond Chandler
The Sword Of Truth series, by Terry Goodkind

Elminster
Gandalf
Denethor

The Lord Of The Rings series, by J.R.R. Tolkien

Leverage
Leverage – The Roleplaying Game

H.P. Lovecraft

Ocean’s 11

CrimeWorld, by John Rogers, in Fate Worlds Volume Two: Worlds In Shadow

Vampire Hunter D: Bloodlust
The Lost Room
Sneakers
The Night Watch
The Librarian: Quest For The Spear
Warehouse 13
Fringe

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