Favorite quote from your favorite book.. “It isn’t what we say or think that defines us, but what we do.” Jane Austen Sense and Sensibility This should speak for itself. I have an MA in English Literature, what else would I pick? 😉 Advertisements
Favorite female character… This may be harder than favorite male character… Well, I think I’ll go with… Thursday Next (from Jasper Fforde’s Thursday Next series.) She is such a dynamic character. She changes throughout the series, sometimes in little ways, and sometimes in huge ways that in other books would be unbelievable. Not this series… Continue reading Thirty Day Book Challenge: Day 16
Favorite male character… Hmm so hard… I would have to say, Sherlock Holmes I’ve read most of the original stories, and many spin offs. His character is something I find interesting and intriguing. I’m sure once I post this, I’ll think of a million other characters that would fit the bill, but oh well, that’s… Continue reading Thirty Day Book Challenge: Day 15
Book turned movie, and completely desecrated…. Oh, this is fun… So many to choose from…. The one that popped into my head as soon as I read the Challenge was… Cassandra Clare’s City of Bones (Mortal Instruments). I’d read the series, and liked it, so I thought, why not watch the movie? Augh, they cut… Continue reading Thirty Day Book Challenge: Day 14
Your favorite writer… I really have to pick just one?! I’m not sure I can do that. Hmm, if I had to pick just one, I’d have to say Neil Gaiman. He has this ability to tell a story that people already know, in a way that makes it completely new. If you’ve never read… Continue reading Thirty Day Book Challenge: Day 13
A book you love, but hate at the same time… Fahrenheit 451 by Ray Bradbury Obviously this is a classic that is on most must read lists. It’s very well written and that is one of the reasons that I love this book. However, just the premises of not being able to read books really… Continue reading Thirty Day Book Challenge: Day 12
A book that you hated… Go Set a Watchman by Harper Lee I really wanted to like this book. I just didn’t like the direction that it took. It didn’t seem to ring true to To Kill a Mockingbird. I was truly disappointed after reading this book.