Welcome to the UnBooks UnLibrary!
Here are the UnBookshelves of all UnBooks. For official UnBooks on Uncyclopedia, see here (Unofficial UnBooks categories include Recipes, Plays, HowTo and Instructions and are not included in the UnLibrary).
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UnBooks (most recent) UnAuthor of the Month
There is a guy. He is a seemingly ordinary guy, raising no interest and no suspicion when folks see him pass pass them by, but that is only appearance, only how he seems. He knows things, the truths of which are darker and sharper than the coldest shadows, the sorts of things that will curdle the blood and end all hope, and when he puts them to words, they... become. But he's just this guy, you know? He's Aleister in Chains. In his words, however, lies strangeness.
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Welcome, Children, to the UnJunior section. Here you will find stories that are perfectly suited to your reading capabilities. All will have age-appropriate content, most will even have a none-too-subtle moral! How exciting!
Welcome, Housewife, to the UnRomance section. Here you can find stories with romance at their hearts. Stories about affairs and walks on moonlit beaches and the like. Something to masturbate to while your husband is on a business trip.
UnJournals and Biographies
Welcome, Soulsearcher, to the UnJournals and Biographies section. Here you can "learn from other's experiences" by reading up on journeys of self discovery and diaries of the disturbed.
Welcome, Bookworm, to the UnGeneral Fection section. Here you will find classic literature and original works by the finest writers the wiki has to offer. and they may not even have been vandalised!
Welcome, Nerd, to the UnSci-fi section! Here you will find stories longer and more complicated than the CERN laboratories. Stories about intergalactic space war that frequently come with their own language for you to learn. For fun. In your parents' basement.
Welcome, Poetry-Lover, to the UnPoetia section. Here you can find poetry on a wide range of misery, pain, suffering and such. (Actually, all poetry is like that).
Welcome, Snoop, to the UnMysteries section. Here you can the cream of Uncyclopedia detective fiction. There's no way you'll solve any of them before the end, mind you.
Welcome, IT Man, to teh computers and internet section! Here you can pretend to brush up on your IT knowledge before going back to your job of throwing Maltesers in the air and catching them with your mouth until someone forgets their password.
Welcome, Stranger, to the UnGuides section! Here you will find our collection of guides ranging from dating advice to Self-help. See also the HowTo page for non-UnBook related guides.
Welcome, Student, To the Unversity section. Here you can brush up on all sorts of topics: from Philosophy to Biology and back again. You could even steal these textbooks to replace the ones you burned when you were drunk!
Helo, Reverend/Rabbi/Imam/Atheist, and welcome to the UnReligion section. Here you will find out all you need to know about the enemy via a selection of polemics and documents blessed by your various gods and leaders.
Welcome, Tourist, the the UnTravel Guides! Here you will find people's experiences of places and the people that live there. This means that you can share their experience for much less than the cost of a flight to go there.
Welcome, Outcast, to the Misc section! Here you will find books like yourself: ones that, no matter how hard they try, just don't fit in.
Due to his incredible laziness the UnLibrarian has not shelved these books yet. You can help by shelving them. You can also help by looking through here and finding books not featured in the UnLibrary. You can then either dump them under here or shelve them. The UnLibrary would like to thank you for your... er... Well, we'll thank you just in case.
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Ill Met By Moonlight|
The Four Trials of Sir Uncyclopedia|
The World According to Garm|
Practical Lessons on Communism|
Coming of Age Tale