Got this off Peep's Blog. I did exactly what she said and closed my eyes and thought of books. And I ended up with four, but well, it never hurts to keep one extra just in case. I came up with:
1. Buro Angla - Abanindranath Thakur
2. The Little Prince - Antoine de Saint Exupéry. Oh Lord, that was a Book to be reckoned with.
3. Devil's Cub - Georgette Heyer. One of those books that make me glad that I like Regency romances. Its fun to read.
4. Tintin: The Shooting Star - Herge.
I read the first one when I was 6. I re-read it countless times over the years. Same with the Tintin, which I owned, I lost, and I re-bought.
I remember falling in love with the Marquis of Vidal. Class XII. At my friend Ria's insistence I remember reading the book. I have not doubted her ever since.
The Little Prince was a book I read when I was quite old. Around 10. Cynical to the boots. And then came the lamb in the box. I was blown.