This Tattoo Test Will Determine What Book You Should Read Next

The truth is in the ink.

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We asked the BuzzFeed Community to send us pictures of their tattoos. Your favorites will determine which book you should read next.

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This Tattoo Test Will Determine What Book You Should Read Next

You got: The Murder of Roger Ackroyd

"The book isn’t your usual fast-paced thriller, so it gives you time to try to guess who the culprit(s) is/are. And then you’ll be staring at the last page with your mouth wide open." —Sophie Cunix

The Murder of Roger Ackroyd
Poirot
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You got: The Good Girl

"The novel captured and kept my attention, but the ending — down to the very last word — blew me away. No other book has ever left me so speechless." —CuriouserEdit

The Good Girl
Harlequin
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You got: The Bluest Eye

"In its devastating exploration of young Pecola Breedlove’s quest for beauty, the novel exposes the power and pain of our obsessions. Although it’s incredibly sad, the book gives me faith with the realization that bad people aren’t really bad — they’re just messed up. At heart, there is strength and goodness in us all." —Cande Gruber

The Bluest Eye
Holt McDougal
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You got: On Writing

"I love how Stephen King talks about his wife in this book. He made me believe love exists and relationships still work. His writing also made me think about how I judge character, that not everyone is born into what he or she may be experiencing right now, and that people all have the capacity to excel and better themselves." —Annmarie McIlvain

On Writing
Scribner
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You got: The Perks of Being a Wallflower

"This book is unlike anything I’d read before. The main character is so relatable in a way that you don’t often see in books. Reading this was so cathartic; it helped me process my own depression and loneliness and made me feel like I wasn’t alone in the world anymore." —Ariel H.

The Perks of Being a Wallflower
Simon & Schuster UK
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You got: The Goldfinch

"The main character struggles after his mother is killed, and the book deals deeply with the aftermath and his personal reckoning with loss. Tartt has this way of writing so descriptively that I can almost physically feel myself being brought into the story, watching everything happen as if I were a fly on the wall." —Kallista Stamenov

The Goldfinch
Little, Brown and Company
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