Greed--What is your most inexpensive book?
Either The Conquest by Elizabeth Chadwick, which I got at Brookline Booksmith for pretty cheap. Or one of the masses of mass market paperback romance novels I own, a few of which I've gotten for free. Or, you know, the $1.99 Kindle version of The Nazi Officer's Wife.
Er...I don't know. I think in the past it might've been Philippa Gregory, but now, I'm not really sure.
Gluttony – What book have you devoured over and over again with no shame?
Pride – What books do you talk about most in order to sound like an intellectual reader?
Well, there's Atonement by Ian McEwan, which IS genuinely my favorite novel, which blew my mind when I read it. For non-fiction, it's probably The Guns of August, which I read this year, but I can't say that I found that level of detail particularly stimulating. I genuinely couldn't keep all the various generals and government ministers straight after a while, but hey, I read it, so I've talked about it.