Q&A with Calista Robbins on ‘Game of Thrones,’ favorite books

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Calista Robbins

Junior Calista Robbins is an avid reader with a taste for fantasy novels. She spends the majority of her free time dancing with the Flyerettes and with her studio. Pictured above is Calista at the Michael Jackson exhibition in Los Angeles, which is reflected in her favorite nonfiction book about Jackson’s history.

Madeline Marsh

Q: What is your favorite fiction book and why?

“Game of Thrones” by George R.R. Martin is my favorite because it is well written. It also has a captivating plot line.

Q: What is your favorite nonfiction book and why?

I like “Dancing the Dream” best. It is a biography of Michael Jackson.

Q:Which character do you admire most? From what book is the character?

I like Arya Stark from “Game of Thrones” because she has a daring personality. Also, because no matter what circumstances she is in she is always herself.

Q: Who is your favorite author?

I would have to say Martin with “Game of Thrones” again.

Q: Is there a new book coming out that you are looking forward to reading?

Well, if Martin were to write another “Game of Thrones” book, I would really look forward to reading that.

According to goodreads, Charles William Eliot rightly said that “Books are the quietest and most constant of friends; they are the most accessible and wisest of counselors, and the most patient of teachers.” Reading opens up new worlds, ideas, and insights to the one who reads. “Game of Thrones” is junior Calista Robbins favorite series. What is yours?