pressuregradient asked: Owing to the spirit of PMQs, I should insult your policies while the majority party jeers lustily. Instead, I'll ask you tell us about a book you could read over and over again. And tell us about a book you didn't like, and why.
Lust is rarely an emotion seen on Parliament Hill. Just look at Stephen Harper. He is the opposite of sexy.
I have actually read Harry Potter a couple times, so I could see myself reading those again. I like the whimsy of it. I want to read Paris 1919 again which is about the Treaty of Versailles and is amazing. So i could see myself doing that again as well.
Books I didn’t like usually fall into categories of books I can’t finish: for example anything by Jane Austin. Literally the worst. I’ve never not cared so fast in my life. Or books that are by Joseph Conrad. He gets his own category. Get to the point old man. I’m going to die before you make your elaborately boring point.