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March 28, 2013 / ljbradburn-Smith

Kar’s Bookerview

me and kar

Well hello there Karlee…

If you had to eat a book what would it be?
K: It would have to be appetising so I would probably pick a cookbook and because I’m vegetarian and I can’t eat fish it would be a fishy cookbook with fishy stews.

If you could only read one book for the rest of your life what would it be?
K: An encyclopedia – I’d pick Z so I could read about obscure things.

If you ran out of toilet paper which book would you use as a replacement?
K: The New Testament, the old one is inspiring at least!

If you had to re-write a book what would it be?
K: The New Testament and Shakespeare but only to add in some brand new words because he was the only one who got away with it.

If you had to choose a way to die from burning on a pile of books, being hit over the head by a book or drowning in a sea of books what would you choose?
K: Drowning in a sea of books because it would take a while to drown but at least I would have something to do.

What is the perfect number of pages?
K: 700 pages – ish. Maybe 712.

Me or books?
K: books, jokes, books about you, jokes, you

How many books do you think you could stack before they fell over?
K: Is it windy?
No it’s not windy
K: Can I use any size books I want?
Yes, but please specify the size
K: If I can choose the size I could pick the biggest but it would reduce my numbers as they would be thicker and I could go on for ages and eventually I wouldn’t be stacking anything (because of gravity).

What would your pseudonym be?
K: Frankbert Alderberry. It feels right.


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