Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Instagram? 10 of the best #InternetABook tweets Twitter has re-imagined famous books as odes to the internet... Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Pinterest Share on Google Plus Share on Reddit Email to a friend By Kasia Delgado Tuesday, 12th January 2016 at 8:57 am The internet has really caught on, hasn’t it? And in honour of it being quite a big deal nowadays, fans have turned famous works of literature into odes to the online world. Here are some of the best… Advertisement Ernest Hemingway’s classic suddenly sounds a lot more sinister… For Whom the Bell Trolls #InternetABook — BarcelonaNil (@BarcelonaNil) January 12, 2016 Suddenly Joseph Conrad’s account of colonialism and brutality seems kind of cute… ❤️ of Darkness #InternetABook @midnight — Wes Strickland (@wwwess) January 12, 2016 Advertisement This would have been a far less pivotal account of adolescence had it been all about waiting for IT to ring back… Are You There, Tech Support? It's Me, Margaret #InternetABook @midnight — Raoul_Duke (@RaoulDuke99) January 12, 2016 Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Pinterest Share on Google Plus Share on Reddit Email to a friend Tags Books Entertainment Kasia Delgado Kasia is a TV, film and arts journalist who writes news, feautures and comment. She spends a lot of time feeling nostalgic about 90s American films and working her way back through the Desert Island Discs archive. Latest news Coronation Street: Todd confronts Adam about the factory scam – but will he reveal all? Watch the scene Behind the scenes at Strictly: Rehearsal pictures reveal celebrities are all smiles ahead of first live show Coronation Street: Andy reveals shock new kidnap plan! See the full scene You might like Emo Kylo Ren is the Star Wars Twitter parody you’re looking for Richard Osman hosts another chocolate World Cup on Twitter, crowns Dairy Milk champ 16 shows we can’t wait to watch in 2016 What is Twitter 10k and is it a good idea?