Tell me your story, and I’ll tell you who you are – personality test 4

Tell me your Story, and I’ll tell you who you are. Welcome to the fourth test of the series! As always, please take a look at the book descriptions below – at first there is no cover, no title, only the description of the book. You’ll discover title and cover at the end of the post, after you’ve gotten your interpretation.

Which of the stories described below do you feel resonates with you best? Enjoy!

  1. Walter Hartright meets a mysterious woman dressed head to toe in white on a moonlit road.  She is in a state of confusion and distress, and when Hartright helps her find her way back to London she warns him against an unnamed “man of rank and title.”  Hartright soon learns that she may have escaped from an asylum and finds to his amazement that her story may be connected to that of the woman he secretly loves.
  2. This Librarian is Just Killing Time…Travel. Sophia Marcil loves her grandmother’s twisted tales almost as much as the sapphire ring passed down to her. Wearing it, however, could be her downfall. After slipping the jewel onto her finger she is pushed from a cliff–landing splat in the middle of 19th Century Monaco, where a killer plot to seize the throne could consume her entire future–past and present. Sophia believes she’s being forced into an eccentric millionaire’s dinner theatre but a hidden diary, a secret passage and a whispered conversation reveal to her that the role of a princess is not all fun and games. With the help of a man from outside the palace walls, Sophia undertakes a spellbinding journey straight out of a Grimm tale. Learning the gem’s secrets and the powerful curse behind it are only the beginning. With time and the constant threat of death hanging over her, she must take a page out of her own history to hunt down someone who isn’t killing by the book. Can she do it before she’s checked out for good?
  3. When their younger twin siblings were murdered by their cold-blooded father, Shane and Keri’s own twin connection deepened. Their father shamed Shane and Keri into silence, and then went on to bring four more children into a house shuddering under the weight of his unpredictable temper.Ten years later, what should have been a regular visitation turns into a horrific nightmare. Trapped in the Superstition Mountains with an addicted and dangerous father, Keri’s faith and determination wavers, but she knows she must save her brothers and sisters and return all of them to the home they love. She now faces one insurmountable obstacle. He can’t afford to let her go.
  4. Alley wakes up in a strange bed. She has no idea who she is or where she is. Pain shoots through her head like a bolt of lightning every time she moves. As she drifts off to sleep images of a faraway land and a handsome man with sandy blonde hair and six pack abs fills her head. He keeps saying “Alley come back to me.” Who is he and how does she know him?
  5. When a troubled model falls to her death from a snow-covered Mayfair balcony, it is assumed that she has committed suicide. However, her brother has his doubts, and calls in private investigator Cormoran Strike to look into the case. A war veteran, wounded both physically and psychologically, Strike’s life is in disarray. The case gives him a financial lifeline, but it comes at a personal cost: the more he delves into the young model’s complex world, the darker things get – and the closer he gets to terrible danger . . .


  1. The keynote of your personality is elegance. Your mind works well with symbols, and mostly you give them the right interpretation. You may be a person of few but very impactful words. Your wit is sharp. You may often be told that you choose your words with such wit that people are often baffled.
  1. You’re someone who opens up with particular difficulty. Even though you may seem sociable, and even gregarious at times, you’re one of the most private and closed-up people out there. You have a staggeringly rich imagination, you’re often exuberant, but deep down you’re very insecure. You block the way to your true self.
  1. Your psychology is strongly rooted in your bloodline. You believe genetics and psychology are linked. Knowing your own darkness, you’re not afraid to dive into others’ suffering, and follow the trail all the way to the core problem. You may have a fascination with hypnosys and secretly wish to master psychology in order to understand and, if necessity demands it, manipulate others.
  1. You secretly – or not so secretly – desire a whole new life. Very often you wish you could just drop everything, shed your skin like a snake, and run away. You feel the outside world puts too much pressure on you. Truth is, reality keeps you away from who you really are. Indeed, your core person is buried under heavy layers of “real world”.
  1. You’re driven and made for success – whether you remember it or not. Your core personality is grounded, determined, patient and – for better or worse – reasonable. While others strive to be “different”, you crave to “fit in”. In truth, you’re the “different” one. You’re calculating and discerning. What’s keeping you from attaining success? You believe you’re nothing special, that all your ideas have “been done before”. You’re wrong.


  1. Your story is: The Woman in white, by Wilkie Collins
  2. Your story is: Temple of Indra’s Jewel, by Rachael Stapleton
  3. Your story is: Lost & Scared, by K.C. Sprayberry
  4. Your story is: A Lost Memory, by Lizzy Stevens
  5. Your story is: The Cockoo’s Calling, by Robert Galbraith

Enjoyed this? Plenty more where it came from. Check out the first two personality tests of this series here and here, and Personality Tests section on this site for more. Subscribe to receive notification by e-mail every time a new post is uploaded. Stay close on Facebook and Twitter for loads more. I’m always ecstatic to hear from you. If you’re comfortable, leave a comment with your choice and result, I’m always cat-curious what you got.

15 thoughts on “Tell me your story, and I’ll tell you who you are – personality test 4

  1. Alex

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  2. Alex

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