As big a Philip Pullman fan as I am, I'm embarrassed that it's taken me this long to meet my daemon, who turns out to be… a mouse! Having read the comments on Roger Sutton's blog in which so many in the book business report having (being?) ocelots, I was a bit surprised to find myself in the company of so diminutive a creature. Apparently, though, a mouse is the right match for someone "modest, outgoing, competitive, spontaneous and a leader" (the profile formed by my answers to the 20 daemon-pairing questions). Whether or not that's an accurate description of my personality, I've already grown quite fond of my little whiskered friend, so that decides it. He's a keeper!
OMG! I Just finished reading The Amber Spyglass last night, and I honestly feel like the Dark Materials series has had a lasting effect on my view of life. I took the daemon test just now, and mine turned out to be a jackal. Not sure how I feel about that… -Bryna http://www.sneaksleep.blogspot.com
my daemon is an ocelot named leonidas, so i’m pretty sure it’s going to eat your daemon. SNAP.
Janet, did I mention that Aesop is a poisonous mouse? Yep. Very rare breed. Good luck chokin’ him down!