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Top Ten Characters You Wish Would Get Their OWN Book
My List is Shorter than Ten, but the characters I chose represent the range of my favorite books very well. I would re-read and enjoy these books at any time.
- Darkest Mind Series by Alexandra Bracken. Vida, her character shines throughout the series and I want to understand more about her life
- Angelfall by Susan Ee. Peryns Mom Books with Characters who suffer from mental illness always impress me, and give a new perspective to a story I already love
- Clockwork Orange by Anthony Burgess. While this is a controversial book to most, to me it starkly represents the extreme self centered view most go through while in puberty, and a female version with the same lingo and backdrop would rock.
- Handmaiden's Tale by Margret Atwood. One of my favorite feminist works, I really wish the book would get a sequel or five, because I would devour them all.
- Bruiser by Neal Shusterman. Brewsters Brother, the abuse described in the novel was horrific, and his story fleshed out by a master such as this author is guaranteed to be good.
- Snow Crash by Neal Stephenson Now Y.T as described was awesome, but I wanted more and was sad that we didn't see this vast world from her POV.