50 book asks
  • the adventures of huckleberry finn: do you think kids or their parents are responsible for their beliefs?
  • the alchemist: what are your current plans for the future? will you be upset if they don't work out?
  • alice's adventures in wonderland: how do you react to absurd situations?
  • and then there were none: do you think murderers deserve to die?
  • artemis fowl: how much do you depend on technology?
  • beowulf: is it always worthwhile to hear both sides of an argument?
  • the canterbury tales: if someone is hypocritical, do you point it out?
  • cat's cradle: do you think it's better to believe a lie than to live with an unpleasant truth?
  • charlotte's web: what's your favorite art form?
  • coraline: if you could change your family, what would you change?
  • the crucible: how heavily do you depend on others when forming opinions?
  • fahrenheit 451: do you think there's any knowledge that should be kept secret?
  • the fault in our stars: if you could have one conversation before you died, who would you talk to and what would you say?
  • flowers for algernon: how much potential do you think you have?
  • frankenstein: is it wise for humans to attempt to create life?
  • the giver: talk about a favorite memory
  • the great gatsby: what would you sacrifice for money?
  • harry potter: if you could bring someone back from the dead, would you? if so, who would it be?
  • the hitchhiker's guide to the galaxy: what do you think is the meaning of life?
  • the hobbit: do you think the average person has the potential to be a hero?
  • holes: if someone poor stole from someone rich, who would you sympathize with?
  • howl's moving castle: how quickly do you form opinions about other people?
  • the hunger games: would you kill someone if they planned to kill you?
  • identical: how clear is your perception of reality?
  • the importance of being earnest: are you flattered or annoyed by gentlemanly behavior?
  • inferno: do you think you belong in hell? why or why not?
  • jonathan livingston seagull: is perfection a good goal?
  • the joy luck club: describe your family
  • jurassic park: do you think it's wrong to use animals as attractions and accessories?
  • the kite runner: if you could, what social issue would you spread awareness about?
  • les misérables: do you think people should revolt if the government is corrupt?
  • life of pi: if you were stranded, would you be able to take care of yourself?
  • the lightning thief: what would you be the god/goddess of?
  • the lion, the witch, and the wardrobe: if you could start a new life in a new world, would you?
  • lord of the flies: what motivates you best?
  • lord of the rings: is it important to work for the greater good of the world?
  • of mice and men: would you kill your closest friend to save them from a worse fate?
  • the perks of being a wallflower: does listening to other people's problems help you or weigh you down?
  • the phantom of the opera: how much do you judge others on physical appearance?
  • pride and prejudice: are you romantic?
  • the princess bride: what's your best feature?
  • a raisin in the sun: what is your most important possession?
  • romeo and juliet: have you ever done anything ridiculous for love? what?
  • stargirl: do you value uniqueness?
  • the taming of the shrew: would you be willing to be in a relationship with someone who is very dominant?
  • the tell-tale heart: is there anything you feel guilty about right now? what?
  • to kill a mockingbird: do you believe something has value simply because it's beautiful?
  • twilight: how consistent are your feelings about people close to you?
  • watership down: do you think your right to life is any greater than an animal's?
  • the westing game: if you died now, what would you want to happen to your possessions?

11 contemporary novels to complement your favorite classics!

Sometimes we expect more from others
because we would be willing to do that much for them.
—  The Giver
Rush did not have any scenes with Taylor Swift, but she has nonetheless joined the ranks of Karlie Kloss, Lena Dunham, and Lorde as a Swift BFF. “I didn’t work with her,” Rush told VF Hollywood. “But I got to know her when she came, and now she’s one of my best friends. She’s an amazing friend.”
Oh, and during downtime on the set, Swift played music for her co-stars. “She sang, and played the guitar, and played the piano,” Rush said. “She was there for a week. One of the weekends, she played the piano, and she was singing, and we were all singing, and it was so much fun.”
“I have to say, I knew Taylor Swift was a great musician, but I saw [firsthand] that she is an absolute superstar,” said Brenton Thwaites, who stars as Jonas in The Giver. “She would pick up a guitar, play a random tune, sing a random line, and, you know, you’d just feel it. It would inspire something in you.”
—  Odeya Rush and Brenton Thwaites (leads in movie “The Giver”) talk about Taylor Swift for Vanity Fair (x)
The Signs as Books
  • Aries: The Hunger Games
  • Taurus: Harry Potter
  • Gemini: The Maze Runner
  • Cancer: 13 Reasons Why
  • Leo: Divergent
  • Virgo: Lord of the Rings
  • Libra: The Uglies
  • Scorpio: Vampire Academy
  • Sagittarius: Fablehaven
  • Capricorn: The Giver
  • Aquarius: The Perks of Being a Wallflower
  • Pisces: The Fault in Our Stars
Favorite Books

You can’t just ask a bookworm for their favorite book. Because books arn’t just stories. Books are parts of you. When you ask for a favorite book its like asking me to use just one body part. I need them all to be me, to function. My soul is scattered, hidden in the pages of dozens of novels. So, no. I don’t have a favorite book.