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This is a very mean question! Because really, choosing only one book is kind of like asking me to choose one of my four children! Or only one single person to ever spend time with again. And that's just not possible, you know what I mean? Should I choose a favorite? A new book? A book that doesn't exist yet, but might be written in the future by one of my favorite authors? Fiction? Non-fiction? I really don't think I can do this. Would it be possible to choose The Neverending Story and have it actually be never ending? Should I choose a huge book or a normal sized one? I hope I'm not the only one having this awful dilemma today! *cries* This isn't fair! *dries tears and tries to finish post*
OK, so if I really could really have only one book for the rest of my life, I think I would have to go with The Faerie Quene because it's a book that has several stories, and it follows a lot of different characters, and there is a real moral of the story. It is one of my all-time favorites, so I wold be happy for a little while, at least. And nothing could stop me from telling myself stories in my head, and expand on it on my own, right? And just in case I was able to sneak a couple of more books past Rachel and Alison, I'd try to bring The Historian and The Outlander with me as well (yes the whole series).
What about you? Were you able to choose only one book? Did you think the question was unbearably difficult? Thanks for stopping by today :) Have a fantastic Friday and a wonderful weekend!