Thursday, September 13, 2007

What book are you?

This is so funny. Anne of Green Gables was one of my very favourite books growing up and I must have read it ten times or more!

You're Anne of Green Gables!

by L.M. Montgomery

Bright, chipper, vivid, but with the emotional fortitude of cottage
cheese, you make quite an impression on everyone you meet. You're impulsive, rash,
honest, and probably don't have a great relationship with your parents. People hurt
your feelings constantly, but your brazen honestly doesn't exactly treat others with
kid gloves. Ultimately, though, you win the hearts and minds of everyone that matters.
You spell your name with an E and you want everyone to know about it.

Take the Book Quiz
at the Blue Pyramid.


  1. You're Adventures of Huckleberry Finn!
    by Mark Twain
    With an affinity for floating down the river, you see things in black and white. The world is strange and new to you and the more you learn about it, the less it makes sense. You probably speak with an accent and others have a hard time understanding you and an even harder time taking you seriously. Nevertheless, your adventurous spirit is admirable. You really like straw hats.

  2. Anonymous6:50 pm

    Knowing you only through your blog I find this interesting. I think I could have pegged you as having loved this book.

    It's still a favorite of mine.

    Happy packing,

  3. You're Watership Down!
    by Richard Adams
    Though many think of you as a bit young, even childish, you're actually incredibly deep and complex. You show people the need to rethink their assumptions, and confront them on everything from how they think to where they build their houses. You might be one of the greatest people of all time. You'd be recognized as such if you weren't always talking about talking rabbits.

  4. You're Jurassic Park!
    by Michael Crichton
    You combine all the elements of a mad scientist, a brash philosopher, a humble researcher, and a money-hungry attracter of tourists. With all these features, you could build something monumental or get chased around by your own demons. Probably both, in fact. A movie based on your life would make millions, and spawn at least two sequels that wouldn't be very good. Be very careful around islands.

  5. Anonymous4:39 pm

    I was George Orwell's 1984 ...hmmmmm

    So when the HECK are you going to post something about your MOVE???!!!! I'm just dying to know what's going on!!!!


  6. The only thing I disagree with in the Anne of GG assessment is the parents... I did get along with mine! :)

    And NK, uh, my computer got packed up on the 13th, so it was tough to report on the move until today, O Impatient One.

    And Mo, your book is hilarious. You have no accent. Oh no, none (New Yorker) whatsoever (new Yorker.)


Thank you for all your comments, which I love to read!