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Pop culture's finest fake books

If, like us, you often get a bit carried away with fiction then you've often imagined what your life might be like if you were a character in a TV show or a movie. Firstly, it would be much more interesting, no offence. Secondly, your music, film and literary tastes would be a whole load different.

We've scoured the cinematic archives to uncover the very finest fake books from popular culture. Don't get too attached though. You won't be able to read a single one of them.

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