It’s the biggest Harry Potter. End of.
Because there are so many of Shakespeare’s plays and poems that I haven’t read, and on the deserted island, I might finally have the time. Hopefully not though, because I’d still really miss the internet.
I own this, it’s large, and I’ve yet to finish it. Angela Carter is one of my favourite authors and I could happily read the stories from The Bloody Chamber over and over again.
I enjoyed Anna Karenina, so why not?
I’ve been meaning to re-read this for ages. Oh, and it’s the longest fantasy novel ever published in a single volume.
Longest YA Sarra Manning book.
Obviously. Gotta live so that I can get back to the internet. Oh, and my human loved ones…
So I’d have to finish it. Plus it is quite long.
Longest novel ever. I had to read the first volume, Swann’s Way, at university and I enjoyed it. I don’t remember very much about it but it is beautifully written, even if I did skip those six pages describing a church. I’m sure someone must have published it in one volume…
I can’t just spend my time on survival chores and lying around reading fiction. I have to work on my own career. And I need something to keep me going, lest I resort to ‘Memoirs of a Shipwrecked Blogger’.
Which of my suggestions would you prefer to have on a desert island?