Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly feature hosted by The Broke and the Bookish. Each week, we'll make a list of our top ten something and this week, it's our Top Ten Favourite Characters in X Genre. Put simply, the X means that we get choose our own genre and create our list based on that. For this list, I've chosen YA Fiction as my genre, since I read a lot of books from this genre. Enjoy!
1. Adrian Ivashkov- Vampire Academy series
Adrian is quite possibly the character I enjoyed the most when reading this series. He's on a few other of my top ten lists too. He's just so funny! I find his character really amusing and attractive, and I just can't get enough of him. Adrian first appears in Frostbite and becomes one of the most loved characters from then on.
2. Patch Cipriano- Hush, Hush series
I'm reading this series again right now, which is why I haven't been posting any reviews lately (my review on Finale should be up within the next few weeks, just FYI) and Patch is great. He has a similar personality to Adrian actually, he's funny, attractive beyond belief and falls for a girl who he knows he could never have a real relationship with.
3. Harry Potter- Harry Potter series
I'm not sure if these books fall under the category of YA Fiction (I'm pretty sure they do) but I had to include HP in this list. Harry has amazing qualities that have earned him a place on this list. He's courageous, funny, loveable and one of the most iconic characters ever to be written.
4. Katniss Everdeen- The Hunger Games series
If you haven't heard of Katniss, where have you been the past year? She is one of my favourite literary heroines and I loved reading about her in this series.
5. Chelsea Knot- Speechless
I recently reviewed this book, if you haven't read it I suggest you do. After revealing something that almost gets a person killed, Chelsea promises to keep her mouth shut by taking a religious vow of silence. She challenges herself to never speak and word again and keeps this up for about a month until she finally breaks her vow to stand up for someone. She represents change, courage and dedication, which is why she's listed here.
That's all for this Tuesday! Look out for my post next week!
The list wouldn't be without Harry Potter really!ReplyDelete
Yep, it's definitely YA but one of those special books that adults love, too. Harry is a great character.ReplyDelete
Love katniss. Awesome list you have here. New follower via GFC. Here's my TTTReplyDelete
Great list! YAY ADRIAN AND HARRY! Come visit me too :) http://boardingwithbooks.blogspot.co.il/ReplyDelete
Thank you so much guys! Monica, thanks for the follow, I'll check out of all your blogs and lists! :)ReplyDelete