Top Ten Characters you wish would get their own book
Top ten tuesday is a original feature/meme created by The Broke and the Bookish. This weeks topic is Top ten characters you wish would get there own book. I found this quite an interesting topic to create a list for, as I found myself looking back at characters I loved and wanted to hear more from, so here is my list:
1) Loki from The Trylle trilogy by Amanda Hocking - I'd love to be able to read a book from his point of view, as well as being able to explore the Trylle world more!
2) Rudy from The Book Thief by Markus Zusak - I think it would just be nice to see his side of things as I feel like he also goes through a lot in the book, and being able to delve into his character more would be fun.
3) Caleb from Divergent trilogy by Veronica Roth - I know most people really hate Caleb, but for some reason I don't actually mind him, and I may even go as far as to say that I like him, so I'd quite like to learn about the reasons behind his actions to perhaps show that he is still good at heart.
4) Audrey from Revived by Cat Patrick - I love this book, but we never truly get to look too far into Audrey's back-story, so i think that it would be really good to look back on her life before she met Daisy, as this would also allow us to see more of Matt as well.
5) Milo from My Blood Approves series by Amanda Hocking - Being Alice's brother, i'd quite like to see his view of her life and her choices, as I think it would be interesting to see his side of things rather than just hers.
6) Alice from The Perks of Being a Wallflower by Stephen Chbosky - I feel as though Alice is perhaps a forgotten character, as she doesn't have a huge role in the book (if I remember correctly), so I think that her character could, and maybe even should, be explored so much more than it is.
7) Tyson from Percy Jackson and the Sea of Monsters by Rick Riordan - Honestly, this is just because he is my favourite character from what I've read of the series so far (I've only read the first two!) and so would definitely like to see more of him.
8) Effie from the Hunger Games trilogy by Suzanne Collins - Being from the capitol, Effie's view would be a very interesting one to read. I don't believe that through the books her opinions are heard as much, so a book from her POV would be one i would be eager to pick up.
9) Alec from The Mortal Instruments by Cassandra Clare - Again, so far (I've only read the first two books), Alec seems to be a very quiet characters, whose emotions aren't shared often, so it would be unusual to be able to get inside his head and delve deeper into his thoughts and feelings.