Bring Your Own Book

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Your old favorite book is now your new favorite game! Draw a category card, grab a book, and then quickly skim to satisfy the chosen prompt (and the judge!) with the most entertaining phrase. Can you find "a ridiculous tabloid headline" in that best-selling novel? How about “dating advice” in your well-worn cookbook? Since you can use any book, you can play with any group and find limitless potential on every page! Where will you discover “the title of the next hit party game?” Find out when you Bring Your Own Book!

Ages Ages 12 and Up
Players 3 - 8 Players
Playing Time 20 minutes

Bring Your Own Book

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The Game of Borrowed Phrases

Your old favorite book is now your new favorite game! Draw a category card, grab a book, and then quickly skim to satisfy the chosen prompt (and the judge!) with the most entertaining phrase. Can you find "a ridiculous tabloid headline" in that best-selling novel? How about “dating advice” in your well-worn cookbook? Since you can use any book, you can play with any group and find limitless potential on every page! Where will you discover “the title of the next hit party game?” Find out when you Bring Your Own Book!

The simple act of reading a book will never be the same after you play this game. Inventors Matthew Moore and Luke Nalker created this wildly inventive twist to a popular activity that takes the phrase “Read between the lines” to a whole new meaning. We all know that books are filled with rich imagery but who knew that they could be the source of so much fun. We’re sure you’ll come up with some great prompts in addition to the ones we’ve created. Send us your ideas and we may include them in a future edition!

Contents

100 Prompt Cards
1 Sand Timer
Rules of Play

Additional Information

Ages Ages 12 and Up
Players 3 - 8 Players
Playing Time 20 minutes
Publisher Gamewright
Designer N/A
Awards No

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