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Thursday, August 29, 2013

Feature and Follow Friday is a blog hop created to help get to know fellow book bloggers. It's hosted by Alison Can Read and Parajunkee.


Q: If you could only have ONE – one book – for the rest of your life. What would it be?


Only one? That would be torture. I'll say Bartlett's Familiar Quotations. It has a little bit of everything considered relevant to literature and world history and it's around 1,500 pages so it would keep me busy for a long time. Plus it reminds me of the Harriet the Spy sequel I read when I was a kid, The Long Secret, which features it.

If that's considered cheating, then Jonathan Strange & Mr. Norrell. Also very long, very entertaining, and contains both wizards and footnotes. 


20 comments:

Alison Can Read said...

Hopping through. Long is important. I've been meaning to read that book for a very long time.
My Hop

Kristen Richmond said...

Haven't heard of this one.. but will check it out.

My Feature Follow

Lauren B said...

I loved The Long Secret even more than Harriet The Spy.

Haven't heard of the Clarke book - will check it out.

Here's my Feature & Follow

Amanda Reyes said...

Havent heard of it but I love the cover! Great answer!

New Bloglovin' follower! :)

Amanda @ i solemnly swear

Tina Van Dyn Hoven said...

Never heard of it but sounds interesting! I love books with wizards (thanks to HP) (: The cover is beautiful as well! Caught my attention right away!

My FF

Tina @ Pages of Comfort - new follower via bloglovin!

BookCupid said...

Long book are the best choice for this week's question. I couldn't imagine running out of books to read. I'd have to start writing. New bloglovin follower. My FF

Jaime said...

Thanks for stopping bye :)

Jaime said...

Great, you won't regret it.

Jaime said...

Yeah definitely. I'll stop by.

Jaime said...

Followed back. Thanks :)

Jaime said...

Yeah, Harry Potter is the ultimate wizard book.

Thank you! Followed back :)

Jaime said...

Writing would be the solution. Thank you so much.

Charlotte Fiel said...

Hi Jaime, I haven't heard about this book but if it contains wizards then way to go. Cheating isn't allowed. We have to abide by the one book policy law strictly. xD

Old follower on Twitter and Bloglovin!

Thoughts and Pens FF

Mariibel Salas said...

Hello! Thanks for stopping by my blog:)
anyways I haven't heard of this book before
but I'll check it out;) haha. New follower
via bloglovin!:)

-Marii @The Words Written

Whitney Martin said...

I have never heard of this book, I may need to look into it. :) I hope you have a good weekend. I'm following you back via bloglovin!

My F&F
Whit@Whit's Book World

Vilia said...

1500 pages would give you some serious read time - by the time you finished, you could start again. Good choice. Following you via bloglovin'
Vilia @ Backchatting Books

Joana Vieira said...

1500 pages...that is one long book! I guess you would never get bored reading it!
I've never read the books you mentioned but I will definitely check them out! :)
Followed you on Bloglovin'!

Joana @ Joana In The Sky With Books

Laura Agnella said...

I had never heard of the Jonathan Strange book until the other day and I have seen it several times since. I will definitely be looking more closely at it on my next book buying spree.
New follower via bloglovin
Laura
My FF
http://thebooknerd2013.blogspot.com/2013/08/feature-and-follow_30.html

Heather said...

HAHA! Excellent choice if I do say so myself!!!


New bloglovin follower!

http://littlesqueed.blogspot.com/2013/08/feature-and-follow-friday.html

Book Cove said...

Just hopping along.
New follower,
The Book Cove

Thursday, August 29, 2013

Feature and Follow Friday #164


Feature and Follow Friday is a blog hop created to help get to know fellow book bloggers. It's hosted by Alison Can Read and Parajunkee.


Q: If you could only have ONE – one book – for the rest of your life. What would it be?


Only one? That would be torture. I'll say Bartlett's Familiar Quotations. It has a little bit of everything considered relevant to literature and world history and it's around 1,500 pages so it would keep me busy for a long time. Plus it reminds me of the Harriet the Spy sequel I read when I was a kid, The Long Secret, which features it.

If that's considered cheating, then Jonathan Strange & Mr. Norrell. Also very long, very entertaining, and contains both wizards and footnotes. 


20 comments:

  1. Hopping through. Long is important. I've been meaning to read that book for a very long time.
    My Hop

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  2. Haven't heard of this one.. but will check it out.

    My Feature Follow

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  3. I loved The Long Secret even more than Harriet The Spy.

    Haven't heard of the Clarke book - will check it out.

    Here's my Feature & Follow

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  4. Havent heard of it but I love the cover! Great answer!

    New Bloglovin' follower! :)

    Amanda @ i solemnly swear

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  5. Never heard of it but sounds interesting! I love books with wizards (thanks to HP) (: The cover is beautiful as well! Caught my attention right away!

    My FF

    Tina @ Pages of Comfort - new follower via bloglovin!

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    1. Yeah, Harry Potter is the ultimate wizard book.

      Thank you! Followed back :)

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  6. Long book are the best choice for this week's question. I couldn't imagine running out of books to read. I'd have to start writing. New bloglovin follower. My FF

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    1. Writing would be the solution. Thank you so much.

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  7. Hi Jaime, I haven't heard about this book but if it contains wizards then way to go. Cheating isn't allowed. We have to abide by the one book policy law strictly. xD

    Old follower on Twitter and Bloglovin!

    Thoughts and Pens FF

    ReplyDelete
  8. Hello! Thanks for stopping by my blog:)
    anyways I haven't heard of this book before
    but I'll check it out;) haha. New follower
    via bloglovin!:)

    -Marii @The Words Written

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  9. I have never heard of this book, I may need to look into it. :) I hope you have a good weekend. I'm following you back via bloglovin!

    My F&F
    Whit@Whit's Book World

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  10. 1500 pages would give you some serious read time - by the time you finished, you could start again. Good choice. Following you via bloglovin'
    Vilia @ Backchatting Books

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  11. 1500 pages...that is one long book! I guess you would never get bored reading it!
    I've never read the books you mentioned but I will definitely check them out! :)
    Followed you on Bloglovin'!

    Joana @ Joana In The Sky With Books

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  12. I had never heard of the Jonathan Strange book until the other day and I have seen it several times since. I will definitely be looking more closely at it on my next book buying spree.
    New follower via bloglovin
    Laura
    My FF
    http://thebooknerd2013.blogspot.com/2013/08/feature-and-follow_30.html

    ReplyDelete
  13. HAHA! Excellent choice if I do say so myself!!!


    New bloglovin follower!

    http://littlesqueed.blogspot.com/2013/08/feature-and-follow-friday.html

    ReplyDelete

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