Sunday, October 23, 2011

WW Read a Thon Challenge Post: Zombie Apocalypse





WWRead-a-Thon Challenge: Zombie Apocalypse  This is a challenge hosted by my big sib... My Shelf Confessions.  

You all should join in and answer 5 books you would take with you... so here is the scenario .. 


In the event of a Zombie Apocalypse you are forced to take shelter with family and/or friends for a period of no less than 5 years. You have time to pack some supplies and some extra things to keep yourself entertained. However, since there will be many people sharing the same space, space will be limited and you are told you are only allowed to bring up to 5 books. What books would you pack to sustain you? If you want to go a step further you can give a reason why you would choose the books you chose.

 So these are my 5 and why...


1. The Host~ Because its a book I could read over and over and never stop reading it and loving it.

2. The Lord of the Rings ~ b/c my book has all of them in it lol and that take a while to read.

3. The Chronicles of Narnia ~ again b/c my copy has all of the books in it and again its a long read and since I’m going to be in there for a while I need some long books lol.

4. The Complete novels of Jane Austen ~ Same reason as above plus I love her stories sweep me into another time and place and if I’m stuck in a place with family I will need that lol. (especially for that long)

5. Mocked by Faith ~ because its a book about overcoming things in life that are hard and you have no control over and I think that would be a perfect book to read over and over again if I needed to be reminded that. 


Now its your turn...head over to My Shelf Confessions and let her know what your five books are that you would would take.  You might even win a prize lol... ( love the prizes)




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