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Flip the Page Book Challenge

Hey guys! So I found this challenge on Jesse the Reader’s Youtube Video. And I thought it was pretty cool, so I decided to try it out. Essentially, you use a random number generator to get coordinates that indicate a book on your shelf and the page number, and they help you create a new life for yourself. So this can go really badly or really well, so I guess we’ll find out.

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1. You’re getting a new identity! Let the coordinates guide you to a book, flip to the page you were given, and the first name you see is now your new name!

A Tale of Two Cities: Lucie

Aye, it’s not that basic 😛

2. It’s time to get up and move the heck out of your town! The location of the book your coordinates lead you to will be where you’re moving.

Inferno by Dan Brown

HELLO ITALY

3. You’re all settled into your new home, but you’ve gotta get a job to get that cash money flow going. Create a job using the first object you find with the coordinates and page number.

To Kill a Mocking Bird: Rocking Chair

LOL I guess I’m a carpenter.

4. You’ve started your job and you’ve started developing feelings for a coworker. Find the book using your coordinates, flip the page to the page number you were given, and the first character you come across will be the character you’re falling for.

Fangirl: Levi

Yeah, I could totally do that

5. Using the coordinates & the page number, the first piece of dialogue you come across will be the first thing you say to your potential lover.

The Giver:

“I think it’s true. I don’t understand it yet. I don’t know what it is. But sometimes I see something. And maybe it’s beyond.”

Holy Shit, I sound smart and philosophical. But then again, it kind of sounds like nonsense 😭😭 Don’t hate me, Levi.

6. That line really got to them, next thing you know you’re in love! You’re going to propose, but buying a wedding ring is too expensive. Using the coordinates & flipping the page to the page number you were given, the first object you come across will be what you propose with.

Heads up, I got the Odyssey. This could go well or very badly.

And I got *drum rolls please*

A magnificent

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amazing

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Stone

Ummm. Well, they never said what kind of stone. So maybe it’s the bright and shiny one (hopefully shines yellow in the sun??) *wiggles eyebrows*

7. We’ve arrived at your wedding! Find the book using your coordinates, flip the page to the page number you were given, and the first piece of dialogue you find will be the first line in your vows.

Ariel by Sylvia Plath. Why am I very afraid?

Ok, so I’m currently on the poem The Applicant, and I have this urge to take the last two line. Going to give myself some wiggle room here.

My boy, it’s your last resort.

Will you marry it, marry it, marry it.

Omg, this is so demanding, oh my lord.

8. It’s honey moon time! Wherever the book’s location that your coordinates lead you to will be the destination for your lovers retreat!

Catch-22: Pianosa, an island off the coast of Italy

I had to search it up, because I didn’t read the book.

I also searched up Pianosa, and it’s TINY

Image result for Pianosa

But, I mean, it’s pretty. So maybe it’ll be nice.

9. Things got a little cray on the honeymoon and now you’re expecting a baby! With the next coordinates find your next book and flip the page to the page number you were given. The first name you find will be the name of your first born child!

Vengeful: Sydney

oh my lord, thank god. You do not understand the chills running down my back when I landed on Vengeful. If I had to name my child Eli or Marcella, I would faint.

10. We’re time jumping 5 years & your child is desperately begging for a pet! Find the book using your coordinates, flip the page to the page number you were given, & the first creature you come across will be your pet! If you don’t find a creature, then the first object you find will have to be used as a pet replacement.

Cinder: android

Yay?

Time to channel my inner Cress, and fall in love with having an android as a pet 🙂 I actually think that’s not so bad ….

11. Your child is going to school! Find the book using your coordinates, flip the page to the page number you were given, using words on that page create the name of their school.

Eleanor and Park

I came up with Middle Weather. It was the only thing that kind of sounded nice. What it’s supposed to mean? I have no clue.

12. You decide you’re going to start a YT channel for a side hobby! Find the book using your coordinates, flip the page to the page number you were given, & find something on that page that will be the core topic of your channel.

Scarlet: Paris

HEHEEHE.

13. Find the book using your coordinates, flip the page to the page number you were given, & using words from that page create a YT channel name.

Ace of Shades: Life of Secret Memories

Doesn’t have anything to do with Paris, but at least it makes sense.

14. Find the book using your coordinates, flip the page to the page number you were given, & the first piece of dialogue you see is how you’ll greet your viewers each time you start a video.

The Kite Runner: “Hush now”

Sassy much? I kind of sound like a kindergarten teacher, not that I have anything against it.

15. You’ve decided to write a book! Find the book using your coordinates, flip the page to the page number you were given, & using words from that page create a book title.

Nordic Gods and Heroes

The Strange Blue Cloak and The Stranger Across the River

I ran out of ideas, so I just stole phrases and objects from the page.

16. Find the book using your coordinates, flip the page to the page number you were given, & the first line you see will be the opening line for your book.

Unaccustomed Earth by Jhumpa Lahiri

The more my mother began to resent Deborah’s visits, the more I began to anticipate them.

Hmm, starting the book in medias res, I see, I see 🧐🧐

17. PLOT TWIST! The reason you even created a new identity for yourself is because a killer was after you! Now that you’re a mega famous author & youtuber, they’ve tracked you down again & they’re coming for you! Find the book using your coordinates, flip the page to the page number you were given, & the first character you see will be your killer!

The Girl on the Train by Paula Hawkins

Megan. *shivers*

18. One day you’re setting up to film a YT video when you’re suddenly struck by the killer! Find the book using your coordinates, flip the page to the page number you were given, & the first object you come across is what they used to kill you.

Kafka on the Shore by Haruki Murakami

A fern tree.

Oof. Blunt force trauma, woe is me.

19. Find the book using your coordinates, flip the page to the page number you were given, & the first line you see will go on your tombstone.

Becoming by Michelle Obama.

It hurts to live after someone has died.

It seems perfect, but this also makes me sound like a narcissist. UNLESS LEVI DIED FIRST and then I was too heartbroken to live anymore. Convenient that my killer put me out of my misery.

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So that was actually pretty fun, albeit a bit time-consuming. Definitely recommend if you have time to kill.

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