Tuesday, 11 November 2014

Top Ten Tuesday: Characters Who I'd Want To Read From

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Top Ten Characters I Wish Had Their Own Books


1. Noah Shaw in The Mara Dyer Trilogy by Michelle Hodkin
Yum. Also, it would mean that series wouldn't actually be over - like it is now *cries*.

2. King Henry VIII in The Other Boleyn Girl by Philippa Gregory
This would definitely be fascinating, but also a really horrifying read. I feel like King Henry VIII would be delusional in his thought process and very, very sleazy.

3. Manon Blackbeak in Heir of Fire (Throne of Glass #3) by Sarah J. Maas
Ok, Manon is badass and definitely needs a whole book to herself to tell her tale.

4. Albus Dumbledore in Harry Potter Series by J. K Rowling
I'm pretty sure I'm not the only one who thinks this, but a novel about Dumbledore's life will be absolutely epic.

5. Zane  from Uglies Series by Scott Westerfeld
Zane was the one person I grew attached to in Uglies and I think it's because he had belief he wanted to fight for, and a strong sense of morale. A very good looking boy with some brains. Yes please.




6. Patch Cipriano from Hush Hush Series by Becca Fitzpatrick
I love Patch for silly reasons, and I think it'd be nice to hear from him again.

7. Tiny Cooper from Will Grayson, Will Grayson by David Levithan and John Green
My favourite character in this novel, Tiny has so much energy and flamboyancy he needs to release it in his own tale!

8. Valentine Morgenstern from The Mortal Instruments by Cassandra Clare
I was close to choosing Voldemort, but I think I know quite a bit of his life already, as opposed to Valentine and his motivations, which I don't know much about. It'd be weird, but quite interesting to read his rationale.

9. Boo Radley from To Kill A Mockingbird by Harper Lee
I love Boo Radley, even though I got to know him through Scout's perspective. I think it'd be fascinating to read from Boo and see the real side of him.

10. Adrian Ivashkov from Vampire Academy by Richelle Mead
This is a stupid choice, only because I know there's a spin off series with Adrian in it, but I just want to read through his perspective during the VA period. Or maybe even before that, and how he lived his flamboyant life.

Who's On Your List?




8 comments :

  1. Ohhh, YES, I never really thought about Valentine. 0.0 I want a book about Isabelle and Simon The Later Years. hehe. But the whole backstory of Valentine and splitting the clave would be amazingly interesting. *nods* SIGN ME UP FOR THIS BOOK.
    Thanks for stopping by @ Notebook Sisters!

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    1. YES PLZ TO ISABELLE AND SIMON. Ok, woah I need to calm down. That would be so cute and hilarious at the same time. Thanks for popping by :)

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  2. YES ADRIAN YES VALENTINE YES DUMBLEDORE YES PATCH OMG OMG THEY WOULD BE AMAZING!!! :D

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    1. HAHA how good are they?!

      Thanks for coming by :)

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  3. Noah Shaw. Yum indeed ;)

    BUT OMG i actually found someone who loves Manon! I've read so many people saying her POV in Heir of Fire was boring but tbh, they were my favorite parts.

    Oh... we'll never get enough of Adrian Ivashkov. I was so tempted to put him on my list too but I seriously mention him in about every post I write so I restrained myself.

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    1. Noah Shaw is so swoon worthy sigh :')

      Manon was so interesting! And I loved that she was written in a such a grotesque, yet bad ass way.

      I shall check out your post. Thanks for reading! :)

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  4. Oh, oh, oh! Books from the POV of Noah and Albus would be amazing! Actually, I think any book from the POV of any other HP character would be amazing, tbh. :)

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    1. I know HP has so many characters that I love and hate, but would be so interesting to read from. All those layers underneath every character would make for a great book!

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