Book that is most like your life- This one is tough. I’m not sure there is a book that really hits the nail on the head here. I’ve gone through so many changes, challenges, and road blocks in my years that only a chain of books could describe what I’ve gone through.
Book whose main character is most like you- Again, this is pretty simple to answer. I haven’t read many books whose characters I could truly relate to. Honestly. But if I could be like anyone from a book it would be Walden by Henry David Thoreau. I would love to live in the woods and learn to be almost completely self sufficient and off the grid.
Book whose main character you want to marry- This makes me a total fangirl, but I don’t care. I would marry Peeta from The Hunger Games trilogy. Please don’t make fun. And if you haven’t read it yet, don’t bitch later about how much you hate the fan-dom the movies will most likely attract. Peeta, be mine?
First chapter book you can remember reading as a child- The Hobbit & The Lord of the Rings. My dad loves those books, and as a child he would read them to me. We would take turns reading sometimes. I loved those books so much. I also loved my dads little routine of reminding me what happened in the stories the last time we read.
Longest book you’ve read- Well, after I’m finished with 1Q84, I’m pretty sure I will be able to say that it’s the longest book I’ve ever read.
Shortest book you’ve read- This spot belongs to many books I’ve read over the years. Most of the books I read as a kid, like Goodnight Moon, count.
Book you’re embarrassed to say you like- These days I’m almost embarrassed to say that I’ve read almost the entire continuing series The Walking Dead. (I’m missing issue #86 & 87) The TV show has brought on a ton of new fans, and I’ve been following it almost from the start and hate talking about it to anyone who only watches the show, which is embarrassing because it makes me feel like a bad person.
…to be continued.