#5 : The Bibliophilic Optimist


Not just that! I wish that I lived in the book, made friends with the characters and understood their intimate secrets….Now wouldn’t that be wonderful πŸ™‚

For me, its a tie between Harry Potter and Pride and Prejudice πŸ™‚ πŸ™‚

Which book would you choose if you had the option of becoming a character in it? πŸ™‚


16 thoughts on “#5 : The Bibliophilic Optimist

      1. The Book Thief is one of my top ten favorite books. The writing is phenomenal and creative. All of the characters are well developed and you fall in love with them a little more with every page turn. There are a lot of heavy themes that make you think, as any book that takes place in Nazi Germany should have. And… I definitely cried at the end. πŸ™‚

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  1. I was already thinking “Harry Potter” before I saw that you had listed that first. I am 39, and still want that series to be real, and wish I could go to Hogwarts. I realize how incredibly nerdy that must make me sound, so let me assure you, I am actually very cool. But nothing is cooler than Hogwarts, and Diagon Alley. I really liked the Hunger Games, but would not want to live there…I like the magical worlds the best.


  2. Ugh, how could I ever choose one? Recently I haven’t read a lot, but I would go for ‘Harry Potter’ or ‘Firelight’, I would love to be a draki, or, as I read your comment above, ‘Eragon’. Or any magical world as they all are mesmerizing..

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