That`s easy. Hitchhiker`s guide to the galaxy. Why? Cause I have the words “Don`t panic” written on the covers, in large friendly letters. That can`t be bad, right?
Hm. I think I`ve read way too many books to have a permanent and lasting relationship with A character. But I guess you could say I was always fond of characters who had a sense of humour and were able to get themselves out of any mischief they got into.
“My Life Among The Serial Killers: Inside The Minds Of The World’s Most Notorious Murderers”
Huh. From the top of my head…I don`t know. Let me get back on you with this one.
The Diplomacy by Henry Kissinger
That Old Ace in the Hole by Annie Proulx
The Tin Drum by Gunther Grass
The collected works of Robert Dahl
The collected works of Lawrence Durrel
The collected works of J.R.R Tolkien
The collected works of Anthony Beevor (eventhough such book does not exist yet, I think it has an equal chances of appearing as me being stranded on a deserted island)
On Language: Chomsky’s Classic Works Language and Responsibility and Reflections on Language in One Volume by Noam Chomsky