Gadgets for book lovers

Which book are you? August 28, 2007

Filed under: Books all sorts — Kim @ 12:24 pm

I found the next fun quiz via Reader’s advisor online. After answering a few questions you are told what book you are. It also comes with an ‘in dept’ explenation. Mine is below. Let’s say I find the outcome interesting… The ‘revelation’ comes with some html. You can paste it on your blog or website, so you get the same as below. It could be interesting if you would paste it in the comments!

Click here to take the quiz.

You’re Mrs. Dalloway!

by Virginia Woolf

Your life seems utterly bland and normal to the casual observer, but
inside you are churning with a million tensions and worries. The company you surround
yourself with may be shallow, but their effects upon your reality are tremendously deep.
To stay above water, you must try to act like nothing’s wrong, but you know that the
truth is catching up with you. You’re not crazy, you’re just a little unwell. But no
doctor can help you now.


8 Responses to “Which book are you?”

  1. […] What? What? There was a miniseries? How did I miss this? Oh yeah… I was buried under a ton of books in grad school. Time to update my Netflix queue! : ) Cute quiz, even if I’m not Camelot-obsessed. (Quiz via Kimbooktu.) […]

  2. occy Says:

    Apparently I’m Loosely Based! by Storey Clayton
    While most people haven’t heard of you, you’re a really good and interesting person. Rather clever and witty, you crack a lot of jokes about the world around you. You do have a serious side, however, where your interest covers the homeless and the inequalities of society. You’re good at bringing people together, but they keep asking you what your name means.
    which sounds uncanningly correct, though I’ve never heard of Mr. or Mrs. Clayton…

  3. belle Says:

    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. kimbooktu Says:

    @Occy: “…But they keep asking you what your name means.” Was that really there? Amazingly coincidental.

  5. occy Says:

    Isn’t it? If I had a nickel for each time someone asked me what my name meant… And the rest too: clever, witty, interesting, … a superb little quiz! 😉

  6. kimbooktu Says:

    So your name actually is Occy, then? I thought it might be an alias, after the name of your website. (And mr. William of Ockham.)

  7. Carrie Says:

    You’re Prufrock and Other Observations!
    by T.S. Eliot
    Though you are very short and often overshadowed, your voice is poetic
    and lyrical. Dark and brooding, you see the world as a hopeless effort of people trying
    to impress other people. Though you make reference to almost everything, you’ve really
    heard enough about Michelangelo. You measure out your life with coffee spoons.

  8. I couldnt resist leaving a comment 🙂

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Logo

You are commenting using your account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s