Top Ten Books I would Save if...
Aliens were landing,
Zombies were at the gate, and
Mutant Teenagers were ravaging the countryside
(oh, wait, that is already happening)!
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Complete Works of Shakespeare.
This was a present from my mom one Christmas, and I have carried it far and wide!
Jane Austen's Works.
Once again, a gift from my mom. It was a special edition collection that she got for me and I have to have them in my life!
Austentatious by Alyssa Goodnight.
I actually have a plain cover ARC of this, but it is inscribed by Alyssa and I love it!
Edith and Mr. Bear by Dare Wright.
This was one of my favorites as a child, and I was able to get my hands on a copy rather recently.
Mums Still Know Best by The Hairy Bikers - Dave Myers and Si King
Got this one in England, and it reminds me of our year there... anyone who says English food is bad, obviously hasn't had anything from this book!
Love and Freindship by Jane Austen
I actually have a 1913 edition that I picked up for only 5quid at a British Book Fair!
Complete Harry Potter set
Yah, Yah... I know... a whole set? Well, when you pick up the British versions, with a few first editions thrown in, it might be worth it to save from maraudering mutant teenagers!
Possession by A.S. Byatt
I have been wanting to read this for years, have dragged it back and forth across The Pond, and it is a very cool edition! So, yah, this one gets snatched up too!
How to survive Anything, Anywhere: A Handbook of Survival Skills for Every Scenario and Environment by Chris McNab
Believe it or not, but we actually have this one on our shelf, and sounds like it would be a good book to have...just in case!
It's a must! Entertainment, hundreds of books, and if I have electricity and wi-fi... the possibilities are endless! Is it a cheat? Probably... but what the heck...why not?!?