What Your Favorite Book Says About You

Glen Noble
Glen Noble

The Great Gatsby by F. Scott. Fitzgerald

You enjoy the finer things in life. You’d rather go museum hopping than to a movie with your friends this Friday. There might be someone missing in your life, just like Gatsby himself, so you fill the void with the pages from this old classic from Fitzgerald. You have a tendency to over-glamourize small tragedies, but this is how you keep yourself sane.

You like to travel, write, and make art. You only hang around people who raise you higher. You know your self worth and try to avoid others who undermine it.

The Fault In Our Stars by John Green

You’re still a kid at heart, and you believe that everything happens for a reason. The future doesn’t scare you because you embrace it. You understand that everyone and everything has a purpose, and that you should take life as it comes. Looking too far ahead into the future doesn’t intimidate you because you plan for bad circumstances accordingly.
You believe that a little tragedy in life is good, as long you can come out of it alive and a stronger person. You are not blinded by the influence of others.

Not That Kind Of Girl by Lena Dunham

Strongly identifying with being a woman and embracing your feminist ideologies are the reasons why you continue to put up with people who challenge you. You are brave, and you know that everyone has a story worth telling. You often look up to older, wiser women and have a sense of who you are, but you now that you’re still learning every step of the way.
You know that you’ve still got a long way ahead of you, but you’ve got big plans. You sympathize with the struggles of your loved ones because you’ve been through hell and back yourself.

To Kill A Mockingbird by Harper Lee

You believe in doing the right thing in every situation, and you can always tell what’s wrong and what’s right. You’ll do anything for anyone, and friends often describe you as loyal and determined. You’ll fight for what you believe in even if everyone else thinks you’re wrong. You are deaf to the noise of those who don’t appreciate what you do for the goodness of others.

You’re the kind of person who puts family first, and you’d do anything in the world for them.

Wuthering Heights by Emily Bronte

You don’t expect anything from anyone – you pave your own path and don’t ask too many questions along the way. You’re a mysterious person, and don’t divulge information very easily to just anyone. You never look back on your decisions, and don’t allow people to question your motives. You are the way you are and aren’t going to apologize for it.

It’s hard to get close to you, but once you find the will to make ties with someone, you give it your all.

I’ll Give You The Sun by Jandy Nelson

You’re generally a poetic, artistic person. You’re quiet, but you pour your heart out to anyone who is willing to listen. You find peace in silence and you aren’t afraid to ask questions. Telling the truth is important to you, and you’ll go to the ends of the earth to find it.

You’ll do anything to get back someone you lost. People who are dear to you know it always.

The Kite Runner by Khaled Hosseini

You’re a people pleaser, and are usually very considerate when it comes to other people’s feelings – a little too considerate. You’ll keep the truth to yourself if it means sparing someone else’s feelings. Regardless, you’re kind hearted, and surround yourself with people who adore you.

You tend to run away from your problems, but your better judgement stays sitting at the back of your mind telling you to make things right with those you’ve hurt.

Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen

You’re fancy, fabulous, and flawless. Everything is exciting to you, and you never fail to see the good in every situation. Your friends like you because you know how to have a good time, but you have a serious side that comes in handy too. You’re a mix of every great quality a friend can have.

You know how to brighten someone’s bad day. You’re there for people, but only if they’re there for you. Thought Catalog Logo Mark

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