As bookworms, we are known for our often introverted nature. We are at our best when enjoying an exhilarating book or two. But that doesn’t mean we can’t have fun. On the contrary, there are many things out there that can meet our needs.

Board games are one such example. They are an amazing way to gather with your friends or family and socialize. Most of these games are already available on Amazon, so check them out.

  1. It was a dark and stormy night

    Top positive review: I really enjoyed testing my memory of books against this game, and I even found a couple of “new” books that I want to read through it. Unfortunately, the cards are varied enough that it is hard for me to find people to play with.

  2. Bring your own book game

    Top positive review: I absolutely love, love, love this game! My first game was played with the Boy Scout Handbook, Ender’s Game, Hogfather, the Bible, and the Empire Strikes Back. You can just imagine the laughter caused, pulling from these eclectic sources. This is currently my number one party game, and it doesn’t typically take long to play. Everyone will want to have their own copy after they play their first game.

  3. Bards dispense profanity

    Top positive review: Are you a big Shakespeare nerd? Are you maybe a little tired of Cards Against Humanity’s jokes? Even if you’re not tired of them, you’re probably going to love this game. Even your non-Shakespeare Nerd friends will probably enjoy this game but fans of the Bard will get an extra level of enjoyment. My friends and I laughed until our sides hurt.

  4. Bookopoly board game

    Top positive review: This is a more educational form of Monopoly. I played it with my ten-year-old granddaughter who loved it. She knew some of the books listed in the game and is now anxious to read others that she didn’t know about. It’s a good family game and perfect for ages ten and up.

  5. Man bites dog

    Top positive review: An easy after-dinner game. Doesn’t require too much skill or attention and definitely good for a laugh. Better with 6 people plus rather than 2.

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