Who in fiction are you? (Book Week Scotland Personality Test)

I don’t know how many possible results this test has but here you go:

Apparently I’m George Smiley or Clarice Starling (depending on gender selected), I’m OK with either of those.

I am Mr. Darcy.

You are George Smiley from Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy


Alarmingly, I got Zaphod Beeblebrox.

They must be messing with you. I don’t see how the questions I answered could possibly lead to that result, no matter what choices you made.

Can I have a Pan-galactic Gargle Blaster, please?

Apparently, I am Hercule Poirot. I’ll take that as a compliment.

Dr. Watson.


Charlie Bucket from Charlie and the Chocolate Factory!

Moi aussi.


So did I, and I’m quite happy with that actually.

Apparently this is me. I can assure you it isn’t…

You are Scout from To Kill a Mockingbird

At your best, like Scout, you are inspiring company for your friends, colleagues and even strangers. Atticus would be proud as your empathic nature helps you to walk around in other people’s shoes. Being around you is fun as you instinctively know how to make people feel good about themselves.

On a bad day, you might blurt out something your neighbours wish you’d kept to yourself. Remember to take time out occasionally to work through your experiences. These periods of reflection will help you complete tasks and return to your naturally cheery, inspiring self.

Me to:smack: I need one too - - Come on Trillian… Jump to it…

I’m Atticus Finch from To Kill A Mockingbird. I’m flattered, but I don’t believe it.

Another Dr. Watson.


Likewise, and likewise.

I too am Scout. Some of that fits me.

Me too.

I’m Albus Dumbledore. I’m fairly disappointed.

I’m Clarice Starling, for whatever that says about me. That test seemed like some sort of repurposed employee team-building exercise.

And yet another Doctor Watson! Where will we all find our Sherlocks?