Monday, July 9, 2012

Who would you invite to dinner? Top 5 characters I want to meet!


Have you ever come across a character that you would love to meet? You want to pick their brain and have an in-depth conversation with them? Duh! Of course you have!
 One of the joys of reading is discovering these fantastic characters, being able to call them friends. Having such strong emotion for a fictional being. We've all felt it. We've laughed and cried over these characters. If I could have one dinner to sit down with 5 of my favourite characters, who would they be and what would I ask them?



#5: Lina from Between Shades of Gray

I would ask Lina how she found even the tiniest shred of beauty and happiness in such an ugly, tragic time. Lina was such a powerful character, that I still think about her. I don't think her story will ever leave me.

#4 Alex from Revolution

I would ask her why she decided to leave her journal behind and share her story. Did she know someday someone like Andi would find it? Did she know her diary would find the right person to put the pieces together?

#3 Kendra from Scars

I would ask Kendra how the art made her feel? When she was scared and misunderstood, I would want to know the feeling she had when she created something beautiful.

#2 Pierce from Abandon

I would LOVE to sit down with Pierce and talk about the underworld. Yes, it may be scary but oh, so fascinating!

#1The entire cast from The Help!

I know, I am kinda cheating with #1 but I couldn't narrow it down to one character! I would love to sit down with this entire character cast and hear every story they had to tell. I want to laugh and cry with them. All of these women were so powerful, it was a pleasure reading about them!


Great books come along every day. Old ones, new ones, it is nearly impossible to narrow your choices down, so this won't be my first character dinner party!


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4 comments:

  1. Oh my gosh, I LOVE this! Out of these, I've only read Abandon, but hearing what you have to say about the characters makes me want to read the other books. Heh. :)

    PS I might implement something like this on my blog (giving credit to you). Would you perhaps like to make a button for it? Or I could. :)

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    1. Hi Kristen!

      Sure, feel free to post about this topic on your blog! And I'd love to see a button for it!

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  2. I feel the same way about The Help! I would love to talk to all of those characters. What a great post! :-)

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  3. I loved Shades of Gray and Revolution as well.

    Great picks!!

    Mad Scientist @ Steampunkery & Book Reviews

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