Thursday, April 10, 2008

meme from breathless

1. A book that made you cry: Circus Sequins Elizabeth Hamilton-Friermood

2. A book that scared you: Thirsty

3. A book that made you laugh: Anne of Green Gables (parts of it)

4. A book that disgusted you: Ellen Foster

5. A book you loved in elementary school: The Secret Garden (mom read it to us)

.6. A book you loved in middle school: Into The Land of the Unicorns

7. A book you loved in high school: The Cirque Du Freak

8. A book you hated in high school: Lord of the Flies

9. A book you loved in college: 20000 Leagues Under The Sea (it was difficult to pick just one)

10. A book that challenged your identity or your faith: Gallows Hill, it was about reincarnation, which I now whole heartily embrace, also I once read a series of books about Wicca Sweep, which introduced me to circles (my mom doesn't like candles in the house but if she did I might cast circles) my religion, while I consider myself Lutheran as I was baptised, I believe God allows you to find your own path to Him, and you can do it any way you want. I borrow bits from all different religions.

11. A series that you love: The Demonata Darren Shan

12. Your favourite horror book: The Dead Zone Steven King

13. Your favourite science-fiction book: define sci fi

14. Your favourite fantasy book: The Enduring Flame:The Phoenix Rising Lackey et all

15. Your favourite mystery book: dunnu don't read too many

16. Your favourite biography: does Criss Angel's Mindfreak book count?

17. Your favourite coming-of-age book: it's a series but the Immortals series by Tamora Pierce

18. Your favourite book not on this list: The Sea-Hawk Rafael Sabatini


Anonymous said...

Putting links was a good idea :-)
I like The Immortals series too. It was the first fantasy I read. The Sea-Hawk looks good, might look that up.

Breezey375 said...

The Immortals series I read by accident and they were the first Tamora Pierce books I read.
The only problem with the Sea-Hawk is that it can be a little hard to find. It took me over a year to get the copy I have now but it's an amazingly fast read. If you read it, I hope you enjoy it. BTW it's also a tad dry if you don't read a lot of books from that time period.