[LMB] Link o' the night: Which book are you?
jasinikc at gmail.com
Thu Aug 23 13:55:28 BST 2007
I switched from evens to odds, (or was it the other way around) got a
different set of questions, and ended up with:
You're *The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe*!
by C.S. Lewis
*You were just looking for some decent clothes when everything changed quite
dramatically. For the better or for the worse, it is still hard to tell. Now
it seems like winter will never end and you feel cursed. Soon there will be
an epic struggle between two forces in your life and you are very concerned
about a betrayal that could turn the balance. If this makes it sound like
you're re-enacting Christian theological events, that may or may not be
coincidence. When in doubt, put your trust in zoo animals.*
At least this one's a book I've both read and liked. :-)
On 8/23/07, Betsy Lightfoot <jasinikc at gmail.com> wrote:
> You're *Cat's Cradle*!
> by Kurt Vonnegut
> *You believe quite firmly that free will deserted you long ago and far
> away. As a result, it's hard to take responsibility for anything. Even
> though you show great potential as a leader of a small 3rd world country,
> the choices are all made ahead of time. You're rather fond of games
> involving string. Your fear of nuclear weaponry is trumped only by your fear
> of ice. *
> On 8/23/07, Lois McMaster Bujold <lbujold at myinfmail.com> wrote:
> > * "Which Book are You?" quiz: *
> > *It's at http://bluepyramid.org/ia/bquiz.htm
> > *
> > Ta, L.
> > **
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