The action-packed spy story where the character relationships map to the Seven deadly sins (lust-gluttony-greed-sloth-wrath-envy-pride).
The crime story where the character relationships map to the 'fifteen men on a dead man's chest' from the fictional sea chanty.
The epic story where the eras of history map to the three parts of man (body-mind-soul).
The horror story where the characters' births map to the three Abrahamic religions (Judaism-Christianity-Islam).
The psychological story about gladiators where the characters map to Asimov's Three Laws of Robotics.
The romantic story where the diseases map to the Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse (war-famine-pestillence-death).
The science-fiction story where the characters' births map to the six Biblical days of creation.
The spy story where the character evolution maps to the trinity of past-present-future.
The story about bodyguards where the major plot twists map to the Ten Marytrs of Judaism.
The story about philosophers where the chapters map to the Eight Days of Hanukkah.
The story about priests where the characters map to the nine days Odin hung from an ash tree.
The story about prostitutes where the characters map to the twelve signs of the Chinese zodiac.
The story about vampires where the locations map to the Archangels of the Four Corners (Michael-Raphael-Gabriel-Uriel).
The story about wizards where the characters map to Cathloic Saints.
The story taking place in a town where the sections map to the Ten Marytrs of Judaism.
The story taking place in a town where the sections map to the nine planets in our solar system.
The story where the constellations map to the six tastes in Indian Medicine (sweet-sour-salty-bitter-pungent-astringent).
The story where the islands map to the Ten Sephiroth of the Kabbalah.
The story where the space colonies map to the Eightfold path of Buddhism.
The story where the worlds of the afterlife map to the seven Biblical days of creation.
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