Warning – There is absolutely no point whatsoever to the post which follows - beyond it being a way I amused myself this morning while walking the dog!! So if you choose to read on, you do so entirely at your own risk!
I did one of these before prompted by an advert I saw on the Tube for a film called ‘The Girl Most Likely To’. From the poster I think it was a comedy-thingy about the difference between what the characters would have seemed destined for and how they actually turned out over time. So for example the one most likely to be a stay-at-home mum became a gambling addict or whatever – you get the idea.
As today is Easter weekend I am not only spared the commute for today – I dont have to face it tomorrow either! So to celebrate that freedom from the crush on the way home, I used my time this morning to ponder books that might be likely to become Easter Eggs while I was walking the dog!
So the idea is to think of connections in some form or other between book titles you know and Easter Eggs. Alas there are no prizes for the best suggestion – however I can promise to take any good or funny idea you suggest and quite shamelessly pass it off as my own!!!
So here are the suggestions, inspired by the Central Line on a Friday Night, for……..
The book most likely to
Grow Up To Be An Easter Egg!!
The Egg Hunt For Red October by Tom Clancy
The Circle by Dave Eggars
The Royal Egg Hunt Of The Sun by Peter Shaffer
The Feaster Of The Goat by Mario Vargas Llosa
Bridget Jones – The Egg Of Reason – by Helen Fielding
Brideshead Revisited by Egglyn Waugh
The Fall Of The House Of Usher by Eggar Allan Poe
Museum Of Eggstraordinay Things by Alice Hoffman
The Egg-Wives by Deborah Moggach
The Eggcorcist by William Peter Blatty
Eggcellent Women by Barbara Pym
Eggxit Music by Ian Rankin
Tarzan Of The Apes by Eggar Rice Burroughs