1. One book that changed your life.
Fast Food Nation. While its facts about the fast food industry did not turn me into a Vegetarian, I hardly ever eat fast food anymore.
2. One book that you have read more than once.
Pope Joan. A great (historical)novel about one of the most controversial women in history
3. One book you would want on a desert island.
I could say something really smart and funny and entertaining but to be honest it would probably be the Survival Handbook: How to Survice in the Wild, in Any Climate on Land or at Sea for fear somebody would forget me on that stupid deserted island.
4. Two books that made you laugh.
Millionär by Tommy Jaud. A really hilarious German book and PS, I scored the Bridesmaids by Ross O'Carroll Kelly aka Tom Howard.
5. One book that made you cry.
Malcolm and Me: Life in the Litterbox. The story about a guy and his cat that very much reminded me of the first cat I ever had. I bawled my eyes out over this because Malcolm's death was just as horrible as my cat's death.
6. One book you wish you’d written.
The Best Democracy Money can buy or Fast Food Nation...I don't know. I just can't decide. Both are revealing dirty little secrets in politics and I love them.
7. One book you wish had never been written.
The History of Danish Dreams by Peter Hoeg. This is seriously the first book I started reading and did not finish. Over the years I have put myself through reading really awful stuff and have always prouded myself for finishing whatever I had started to read but this was the worst.
8. Two books you are currently reading.
Dreams from my Father by Barack Obama and Washingtonienne to see what all the hype is about (so far it is just sex, sex and more sex)
9. Two books you’ve been meaning to read.
Remembering Ruby but the hubby and I have an agreement that I can't buy any more books before I am not down to one book on my pile of eight books currently on my nightstand. I've also been meaning to read The Kite Runner.
As I said before I love books and I have tons of them but can't purchase any more unless I read all of the books on my nightstand. Which proves to be challenging because some of them are 1000 pages and more plus I still got my magazine subscriptions for three magazines. Sometimes I wish my day had 36 hours just to cram in all my reading.
Your turn to share what books you love and hate. Send me a link or leave me a comment so I can go and check them out.