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Monday, May 7, 2012
Top Ten Tuesdays is hosted by The Broke and the Bookish


(04/24/12) 

Top Ten All Time Favorite Characters In Books: 

1. Belle from Beauty: A Retelling- I absolutely loved this Belle. Her nickname is Beauty even though she thinks she is not a beauty. She has two sisters who are perfect and she feels she is the weird one. I loved her personality and I can identify with her.

2. Hermione from the Harry Potter books.- I can identify with Hermione, when I was in school, I always had books around me, and a LOT of textbooks. Of course, my friends thought it was weird.

3. Annabeth from Percy Jackson: Annabeth is ALL I wish I could be. SUPER SUPER smart, amazing battle skills, daughter of Athena, and the ability to design buildings.....cool!

4. Georgia Nicolson from the Georgia Nicholson series- Georgia is the opposite of me. I prefer reading in my room, while she prefers hanging out with the "lads". She is all about boys and looking good, while I am all about reading and playing soccer. That is why I like her, we are opposites and I just wonder if I could ever be like her.....hmm..

5. Jane Eyre from Charlotte Bronte's novel- I have started reading the book and I just love her character. When I was little I had problems with my younger nephews and nieces and cousins, I was always blamed when they did something wrong. Even if I had NOTHING to do with it, so I admire Jane for standing up for what she believes at that young age.

6. Mia Thermopolis from the Princess Diaries Series- I grew up with these books, and I have always liked how Mia handled the whole princess thing. She was very mature and amazing!

7. Edward Cullen from Twilight- Even though Edward never got along with Jacob, he was ALWAYS the mature one. The one trying to solve the problem, he used his head while Jacob was all on emotions. I love that, he was always so polite and a true gentlemen.

8. Helen from Nobody's Princess- WOW, how to begin. Even though Helen is a girl, and a young one she decided to learn how to fight, and how to ride a horse even though as a princess and a girl, she should have been stuck drinking tea. But instead she dealt with the training of a boy and managed to be better than most!

9. Snape from Harry Potter Series- Snape has always amazed me. Even now after reading the books and watching the movies many times. I just can't get over how loyal and good he was. He sacrificed so much for the son of his love, and the son of his enemy. But not only that, he managed to fool Voldemort, to make him think he was on his side. Amazing.

10. Cammie from The Gallagher Girls Series- I absolutely love how Cammie does not fear anything! She is a REAL SPY! No fear of heights, mice, pain, missions. AMAZING! Plus she is super smart and can kill someone with a raw spaghetti. WOW.

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