Wentworth Miller and Books


Wentworth’s Favorite Book is “Where The Red Fern Grows” by Wilson Rawls.

*I am so thrilled! I have a copy of this book!! One of Ruthie’s recommended readings. I didn’t like it initially but now, you bet, it’s my MOST favorite!!!*

I soooo heart Captain Wentworth of Jane Austen’s PERSUASION. The object of Anne’s affections, who is well-educated and well-mannered. He values constancy, practicality, and firmness of mind in women. He is almost universally liked and respected for his gentle nature and kind attentions to others. He is so like Wentworth Miller in many many ways. Hanep. Akala mo close kami.

Anyhow, P is one of my MOST favorite books of all time, along with WTRFG (hehehe). I am your Anne Elliot, Cap’n Wentworth!

Haha. Feeling.


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  1. Where the Red Fern Grows is the saddest book I have ever read in my whole life. I started bawling my eyes out when Old Dan died. It got even sadder when Little Ann died of deppression, but overall it was probably the best book I had ever read, and the saddest too.

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