Which Book are You?
Take this super hip and cool quiz to find out which book you relate most to!

What do you think of yourself?

What do you think of yourself?

What was your lowest point in life?

What was your lowest point in life?

What kind of writer would you be?

What kind of writer would you be?

How do you cope with the inevitable heat death of the universe?

How do you cope with the inevitable heat death of the universe?

What's your favorite subject?

What's your favorite subject?

Which Book are You?

  1. You got: The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn
    Congratulations! You're The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn! You're a child and often have little understanding of how your actions relate to the major issues of society, but nonetheless try to follow your instincts in making the right decision.
  2. You got: East of Eden
    You're East of Eden. Your life is all an allegory for stories in the Bible, and your life is pretty much awful. When you finally glimpse happiness, it shoots you in the chest and abandons you (figuratively of course). Never fear! You still have time to find consolation in long philosophical discussions.
  3. You got: A Prayer for Owen Meany
    Congratulations! You're A Prayer For Owen Meany! You're basically the second coming of Jesus, and you make sure it shows. You're confident, almost to the extent of cockiness, and you have a strangely endearing charisma. Unfortunately, you also have self-sacrificing tendencies and your one goal in life is to enter martyrdom.
  4. You got: The Other Wes Moore
    Good Job! You're The Other Wes Moore. Actually you're just Wes Moore. The author Wes Moore, that is. You have the willpower and the outside support to make you one of the most successful human beings on the planet and you're full of sensible life advice.
  5. You got: To Kill a Mockingbird
    You are To Kill a Mockingbird! You see things through a childish lens, and often don't understand the gravity of situations you get yourself into.

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