Life According to Literature

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I saw this on Danielle’s blog and thought it was too good to pass up. Some categories were definitely easier to answer than others!

Using only books you have read this year (2009), answer these questions. Try not to repeat a book title. It’s a lot harder than you think!

Describe yourself
: Daughter of the Forest (Juliet Marillier)

How do you feel: Silent on the Moor (Deanna Raybourn)

Describe where you currently live: The Moor (Laurie R. King)

If you could go anywhere, where would you go: Cairo (G. Willow Wilson)

Your favorite form of transportation: His Majesty’s Dragon (Naomi Novik)

Your best friend is: Eve (Elissa Elliott)

You and your friends are: Wicked Lovely (Melissa Marr)

What’s the weather like: Storm Glass (Maria V. Snyder)

You fear: Demon Night (Meljean Brook)

What is the best advice you have to give: Manual of Detection (Jedediah Berry)

Thought for the day: The Art of Racing in the Rain (Garth Stein)

How I would like to die
: A Mercy (Toni Morrison)

My soul’s present condition: Catching Fire (Suzanne Collins)


2 thoughts on “Life According to Literature

    Danielle said:
    September 6, 2009 at 11:40 pm

    These are so entertaining to read! Another reminder that I need to read the new Deanna Raybourn novel!

    ta responded:
    September 7, 2009 at 10:52 pm

    They are! I couldn’t resist. I’m don’t want to pressure you or anything, but it’s true you should read Silent on the Moor. It was very good. I don’t want to give anything away, but I almost cried out of desperation at one point in the book. The comparisons to Wuthering Heights are a lot of fun too!

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