Question: Tell us about a book character you’d trade places with?
I’m going to cheat a little. I can’t think of any particular character I want to trade places with., most characters lives are obviously full of drama, and I’m not really a fan of drama in my own life. However, I would love to live in a fictional town, Three Pines from Louise Penny’s Inspector Gamache series – even though it’s in Quebec and has horribly cold winters. It just seems like an ideal little village, half-hidden from the world – picturesque, full of artists and readers and friends. I would love to browse the bookstore, have a bite to eat at the café, have dinner with the crazy poet. We’ll just ignore that murders seem to happen there regularly – no town’s perfect.
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I wouldn’t want all the drama either!
Hi, I’m a new Bloglovin’ follower. I’ve never read the Inspector Gamache series but it sounds good. I agree with you that I wouldn’t want to change places with most characters as they go through so much drama.
Ohh now I wish this had been the question of the week, much easier to answer..for me Prague in Daughter of Smoke and Bone..especially the café it depicts sounds like fun! Just to visit not to live there though!
I haven’t heard of that series, but yeah, sounds good, and true, no town is perfect! New Bloglovin’ follower! Thanks for stopping by! Happy reading!
I’ve only visited Three Pines once but I can’t wait to go back for all the reasons you mentioned!
LOL that does sound like a fabulous place other than the murders. I’d probably pick a town as well 🙂
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Lol, great answer 😉