The Broke and Bookish. Every week (on Tuesday, obviously) they post a different topic and we create a list of our top ten for that topic. This Tuesday's is the Top Ten All time Favorite Book characters. These are in no particular order:
1.) Prince Ash
(The Iron Fey Series by Julie Kagawa) –
What I love most about Ash is his perseverance. He’s got a human bullheaded
trait that makes him one of the most honorable characters I’ve ever come across
in a book so far.
(Under the Never Sky by Veronica Rossi) –
She was handed a death sentence. I was impossible for her to survive. Not only
did she survive, but she thrived too.
(Mythos Academy by Jennifer Estep) – Logan is a bad ass but not in the sense of the
word bad. He is a skilled fighter with any weapon you hand him. He’s also slightly
withdrawn and always at the right place when Gwen needs help. It’s admirable.
(Divergent by Veronica Roth) – What can I really say about Tris? She is the
definition of cool. She has this uncanny ability to adapt and think on her feet
that is really valuable within her caste. She’s brave to a fault but it only
makes her character more loveable. She wants to protect everyone.
(Shade by Jeri Ready-Smith) – He is the perfect gentleman. His patience
is limitless and he’s kind. Zach is the all around nice guy and it shows that
nice guys don’t finish last Zach is the perfect example. ^_^ Did I mention he's Scottish?
6.) Eona (Eon by Alison Goodman) – There is no better example of life being
hard. Eona breaks rules that means death if she’s caught. Her every action
could mean being caught and being sentenced to death. However she did what was
needed to do and I admire her resolve and she is definitely a great character.
(Wicked Lovely Series by Melissa Marr) – I love this man. He is the greatest form of wicked that I can
think of and I love it. He has this I don’t give a damn attitude and this
casualness that highlights his wickedness. You know just by his attitude that
he’s bad news, but you’re drawn to him anyway.
(Touch of Power by maria V Snyder) – Avry’s very existence makes her a fugitive.
She has done nothing wrong but exist and even in this adversity she does as she
chooses. She is one of the noblest heroines in YA that I’ve read so far.
(Heist Society by Ally Carter) – Hale is Hale. There really is no other way
to define him. He’s rich, and arrogant with it. He’s an excellent actor and an
excellent thief. Even so he has this strong loyalty to friends and family and
he has this warped perception of right and wrong that makes twisted sense. He’s
certainly one of my favs.
(Falling Under by Gwen Hayes) – Theia starts out as a sheltered child. She
follows a strict pattern of line that she hasn’t dared change until. ^_^ I love
her growth. I love how she was scared to try but she didn’t let it stop her. She
used it to push herself further. She is a great person and I love her for it.
What are your top ten? ^_^