Saturday, January 20, 2007

I Never Read Moby Dick

What Kind of Reader Are You?
Your Result: Dedicated Reader

You are always trying to find the time to get back to your book. You are convinced that the world would be a much better place if only everyone read more.

Book Snob

Literate Good Citizen

Obsessive-Compulsive Bookworm

Fad Reader

Non-Reader

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Found at El Capitan's

Go on Ganching. Bet you're a book snob! Bet Marc's one too.

And Ed - a Literate Good Citizen?

11 comments:

Mr Bolan said...

Well spotted, indeed I am a book snob.

As for Moby Dick, you should give it a try, it is a fantastic book. Look of for the naming of the beast, and the fact it appears in several places at the same time...

ed said...

Spot on. Worryingly enough.

Nelly said...

I told you I was a witch.

Bert says I am, anyway. Not in a good way.

Ganching said...

Wrong, wrong, wrong! I'm the same as you and I haven't read Moby Dick either.

Nelly said...

Obviously my witchery does not work within the family.

Ronni said...

Moby Who?
Bleak what?

Harry Potter series? Gotcha!
Outlander series? You bet!
Everything ever written by Robert Heinlein? Oh, Yes!
Le Mort d'Arthur? I'm there.
Jane Austen, Ann McCaffrey, Shakespeare; I'm your person.

But I do try to avoid "Good Books."

Beowulf said...

I got literate good citizen, which is inaccurate as I'm an illiterate.

Incidently if you are a witch can I contract you out for some witch-hits? I need some people turned into frogs and the like.

Mudflapgypsy said...

Hmm, I am, it seems a "Literate good citizen". I have read Moby Dick, Huck Finn, Wuthering Heights and the Great Gatsby but not Great Expectations. Damn, I am not in any of those demographics fully. Must try harder....

Anonymous said...

same as you nelly, though i have ofcourse read moby!

mikey x

Nelly said...

I have only listened to Moby...

ed said...

Back before blogging was called blogging, yer man Moby had a little section of his website where he did daily updates. Turned out to be the first blog I read; he lived near the towers after 9/11, and wrote about how the city was taking it.

So, I've read Moby. But not Moby Dick.