Sunday, September 5

there's more to life than books, you know, but not much more.

I found this list thing in an interesting blog I newly discovered, TOFVenture (you guessed right, there is some mention of Ireland...). I wasn't tagged or anything but I felt like putting down my own.

rules: don't take too long to think about it. list 15 books you've read that will always stick with you. they should be the first 15 you can recall in no more than 15 minutes.
  • resurrection by leo tolstoy
  • breakfast at tiffany's by truman capote
  • angela's ashes by frank mccourt
  • summer crossing by truman capote
  • the little prince by antoine de saint-éxupery
  • light in august by william faulkner
  • crime and punishment by fyodor dostoevsky
  • death in the orient express by agatha christie
  • jack the ripper: the final solution by stephen knight
  • by grand central station I sat down and wept by elizabeth smart
  • harry potter and the prisoner of azkaban by j.k. rowling
  • the merchant of venice by william shakespeare
  • an ideal husband by oscar wilde
  • the prince by nicolo machiavelli
  • one hundred years of solitude by gabriel garcia marquez
I tag forgetmenot, my wonderland, i am not your freud and anyone else who wants to do it.

I know, technically this is a fashion blog. so I put together an "off to library" outfit to be posted along. here you go:
    reading and writing


    Gigi said...

    Im so excited thanks so much for tagging
    my first thought was well with Harry Potter I have seven although the third was my least fav that is something we dont have in common go figure!

    deniz @ analytic approach to style said...

    haha thank you hun :) I'm glad you're with me in the HP sisterhood.
    to be honest, I can't even properly recall the time I read that book, it was about ten years ago, but I know I wasn't terribly inspired at first. but its movie is my favorite of the bunch and I've seen it a million times, so it is my favorite story now.