Like these classic books, you've got a rebellious streak that ruffles the feathers of everyone. Do you know which banned book you are? Take these 10 questions and find out!
START THE QUIZ!
Where is your favorite place to read?
On the subway
At home in bed
In my favorite chair
At a coffee house
Which word do you most identify with?
What kind of images most resonate with you?
Images of war
Images of urban life
Which city would you most want to live in?
Pick the children's book you couldn't get enough of:
Where the Wild Things Are
A Wrinkle in Time
Three Little Pigs
What is your favorite section of the library?
If you could embark upon any career, which would you choose?
If you were a character in a book, you would be....
The wise one
The shy one
The innovative one
The tortured one
The powerful one
Which color do you feel your soul is?
Which decade were you born in?
The Catcher In The Rye
The banned book you are most like is "The Catcher in the Rye." This story of isolation and cynicism in New York City matches your current state of feeling a bit lost and at odds with the world. Much like the main character, you often feel as if other people are phony or inauthentic.
Looking For Alaska
The banned book you are most like is "Looking for Alaska." This controversial coming of age tale deals with some serious themes of lost love and lost self. You've felt a bit lost at times yourself. You know all to well the feelings that can accompany loneliness.
The Perks Of Being A Wallflower
The banned book you are most like is "The Perks of Being a Wallflower." For so many of us, high school isn't idyllic, in fact it can be a daunting and trying time. Like the main character of this book, you struggled through your adolescence, only to grow and feel yourself becoming who you are meant to be as an adult.
The banned book you are most like is Harry Potter! Sure you don't have magical powers and we doubt you're sending messages via owl, but you do demonstrate the resiliency and ethical standards of Harry. You and this main character have quite a bit in common!
The Kite Runner
The banned novel you are most like is "The Kite Runner." This novel is truly a story of strength and redemption. You've always felt as if your own personal story followed a similar path. It's no wonder that your won personal themes seemed to coincide with this novel so well.