Thursday, May 17, 2012

Booking Through Thursday

A weekly meme about (mostly) books and reading. Hosted at Booking Through Thursday. BTT interviewed their readers for a change, and their final question was, “What question have they NOT asked at BTT that you’d love them to ask?” They got some great responses and will be picking out some of the questions from time to time to ask the rest of you. Like now.

abookandashortlatte1 asks

If you had to choose to live within a novel, which would it be?

Oo this one is a tough one, I don't to live in a society where everything is bad, even if the main character did succeed in the end, that doesn't guarantee it's not going to happen again.  I think if I really wanted to live within a novel it would have to be...

Endless Summer by Jennifer Echols.

If I could live within their world, on the lake racing boats and wake boarding, I would be loving it.  Not to mention their parties always sounded fun as it was a weekly event and also just to witness the shenanigans between the two main characters I would be loving it.  Plus the way she describes these brothers, super yum eye candy, for some reason I always think of Adrian Grenier. Yeah so I really want to be in this world.  I want my name spray painted on the bridge.  He he.


Unknown said...

Good choice - From what I've read of the story, it does sound like a good place.

Kristin A. said...

Very cool choice, sounds like a nice place to live.

Thanks for stoppig by my BTT

Lauren Smith said...

Excellent book for the summer - thanks for the great review! You might also enjoy The Corporate Kid by Neil Shulman and Susan Wrathall, which shows how human trials and tribulations transcend social identity. It's both humorous and dramatic and truly enjoyable. Here's where to find out more about the authors:

Hazel said...

Nice choice; sounds more realistic than mine, but whatever makes all of us happy, right? :)

Anonymous said...

Thank you for stopping by my blog yesterday! Sorry, I'm so late replying back (my email has been acting crazy). I have never heard of Endless Summer but it sounds like a dream!