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Life According to Literature: 2014

January 7, 2015 | 2 comments


 

It’s a new year and there is no better way to sum up the past year than by which books you read. While I’m sorting through all the nitty gritty statistics for 2014, here’s the last year of my life according to literature.

+ Describe yourself: Stuck in the Middle (Virginia Smith)

+ How do you feel: We Are All Completely Beside Ourselves (Karen Joy Fowler)

+ Describe where you currently live: The Neverending Story (Michael Ende)

+ If you could go anywhere, where would you go: Looking for Alaska (John Green)

+ Your favourite form of transportation: Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea (Jules Verne)

+ Your best friend is: The Bookseller (Mark Pryor)

+ You and your friends are: Wild Hearts (Heather Tullis)

+ What’s the weather like: Between Summer’s Longing and Winter’s End (Leif GW Persson)

+ You fear: The End of the Wasp Season (Denise Mina)

+ What is the best advice you have to give: Step Out of the Shadows (Kay Hooper)

+ Thought for the day: Just One Year (Gayle Forman)

+ How I would like to die: Under Fishbone Clouds (Sam Meekings)

+ My soul’s present condition: The Black Echo (Michael Connelly)

Which book titles best describe your 2014?

(Original meme from Catherine Pope – Victorian Pope.)

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