Should I keep this book or pass it on?

It’s a new year and this means it’s time to make a whole lot of resolutions that you may or may not keep. It’s also often an excuse for a big clean out and if you’re anything like us, we are certain that your bookshelf may be in need of some attention.

Here is a handy quiz we’ve provided to help you decide whether you should keep a book – or whether it’s time to pass it on to a new reader.


Q1. Have you read the book?

Yes. Proceed to question 2.
No. Proceed to question 3.


Q2. Did you enjoy the book?

Yes. Proceed to question 5.
No. Proceed to question 6.


Q3. Do you intend to ever read the book?

Yes. Proceed to question 4.
No. Proceed to question 6.


Q4. Exactly how long have you been intending to read this book for?

Less then five years. Proceed to question 9.
More then five years. Proceed to question 6.


Q5. Is this the kind of book you envision referring to again in the future?

Yes. See result A.
No. Proceed to question 6.


Q6. Does the book have any sentimental value?

Yes. Proceed to question 7.
No. Proceed to question 8.


Q7. Okay, but how much sentimental value?

It contains a secret message from your long-lost first love. See result A.
The distant uncle of your roommate at college left it in your house by accident. Proceed to question 8.


Q8. Does having the book in your home bring you comfort?

Yes. See result A.
No. Proceed to question 9.


Q9. Did your mother give you this book?

Yes. See result A.
No. See result B.


RESULTS BELOW


RESULT A: Keep the book!


RESULT B: Pass the book on!

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