I've been hit by one of those meme-things, which I never thought would happen to me! And it's a tough one... Marjut passed it on to me :)
Total number of books in your house
I have absolutely no idea. No. We have a lot! And there are more at my parents house, since I don't have room for them in the apartment... maybe I could measure how many metres I have? *lol*
The last book you bought was
That must be "Rowan Classic Café" and "Rowan Classic Garden"... and "The Rule of Four" by Ian Caldwell and Dustin Thomason. The last one I haven't had time to read yet, since my exams are coming up, but I'm really looking forward to it :)
The last book you read was
"Angels and Demons" by Dan Brown... everybody keeps talking about it, so I had to try! It was ok but a bit predictable... I still have the next waiting for me.
Oh and then I'm reading books for my exams, about Pauls letters to the Chorinthians and to the Romans...
5 (or 6) books you often read or meant a lot to you
that's really hard... there are so many! I've read most of the school library and the local library when I was a kid, and every new book meant a lot to me, since it was a whole new world to discover... I don't have as much time to read now, because of my studies, but some of my favourites must be "Winnie the Pooh" by A.A. Milne (how clever can a bear be?! and cute?! and funny?! so much wisdom in such a little book...), "Anne of Greengables" (for how many years have I dreamed of having red hair? *sigh*) "Det skal mærkes at vi lever" (conversations between Johannes Møllehave and Benny Andersen about life... beautiful. Makes me cry and laugh and treasure life.) and of course Tolkiens books... I know I have read The lord of the Rings, but I don't think I will get through them again. But I just found a little pearl of his "Roverandom" and I'm completely fascinated by his way of playing with words :) And then I'm getting more and more fascinated by the Bible... (I study theology) the more one learns about the texts and the background, the more interesting it gets. Sounds geeky, I know, I was surprised myself, how interesting it is ;)
Who are you going to pass this to and why?
Helle because she is a good friend, and it would be interesting to see what she answers ;)
Mette because then she can put even more in her allready interesting blog, which i love to visit!
Hanna because she is such an inspiring person, who i think must read some good books ;)