In the Love Will Find a Way Challengewe're sharing our all-time favourite books. If you were stuck on an island, or in a cave, which books would you bring? We're not limiting you to bring a certain amount of books, so give us your best!
Participating in the Review Copy Clean Up for the past month has been fun. I enjoyed the challenges, meeting new bloggers, chatting with old friends and reading everyone's responses. Best of all I read 10 review books and posted reviews for 9 of them. (the last will post 4/6) I just want to say thank you to Vicky and Celine for hosting this event. Today is the final challenge for Review Copy Clean-Up. This weeks challenge:
"If you were stuck in a cave or on an island, which books would you bring?".
Then they added. "No limit of books."
Now limiting yourself to 3 books is always a challenge, but you manage because you know there can only be three. Telling a book addict there is no limit- creates panic. Why? The answer is simple I would bring them all. Logistically speaking this might be difficult. For example: How much weight can a ship hold to take me to the island. Can I take more then one? (notice I say ship and not row boat or small power boat...I am thinking serious storage space) Secondly; How big is my cave? So before I go crazy and get myself in a dither over book lists, I've decided to share five books that would definitely go with me.
Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen
The Good Earth by Pearl S. Buck
The Complete Harry Potter Collection Box Set (Harry Potter #1-7)
by J.K. Rowling
To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee
Gone with the Wind by Margaret Mitchell
Now, I realize the entire Harry Potter collection is more then one book- but it's best not to argue with an addict.
What would you take? Is it to late to change my mind?
*nervously stares at book cases.*