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Okay, so I couldn’t choose books I disliked because if I like a character , I’m not going to dislike the book. Also, this was hard! But here it goes…
Cal from The Red Queen: I mean…I just felt horrible for how things worked out in the first book. However, I REALLY liked him. I didn’t like Mare. Cal was complex though, and interesting.
Patch from Hush, Hush: I mean this book is trash, but it’s trash in a good way. I loved Patch. Ugh.
Madeline from Everything, Everything: Okay, so I feel like I’m one of the few people who didn’t LOVE this book. It was a little too neat and fluffy for me. HOWEVER, I did like Madeline. She turned out to be a strong character.
Gat from We Were Liars: What wasn’t there to like about Gat?
Barrons from Darkfever: He’s dark, a little unfriendly, handsome. Okay. I just like him because he’s sexy, let’s just be real.
Cather from Fangirl: This was another book that was a little too neat for me. However, I would have loved it if I would have read it my freshman year of college. I can totally relate to Cather. She’s such a dork and I love it.
Magnus from City of Bones: I like this series, but it isn’t a favorite, which is why I included it. I’m not crazy about Clary. Honestly, she kind of annoys me. But Magnus? He’s great and ridiculous. What isn’t there to love?
Morozko from The Bear and the Nightingale: Ya’ll know I wasn’t impressed with this book which was REALLY disappointing. However, Morozko was fascinating. I wasn’t crazy about Vasya because it felt like the author was trying too hard to make her this strong and independent woman who defies societal norms. But anyway, Morozko was different and I would like to see how his character grows in this next book.
Celia from The Night Circus: I didn’t LOVE this book, but I didn’t hate it. In fact, I liked it. But that’s not the point. At this point in my list, I’m struggling. I don’t remember much about Celia, but I remember rooting for and liking her, so there’s that.
Cassie from The Fifth Wave: Cassie is strong and independent and brave. What isn’t there to like? I mean, it’s definitely not the kind of book I’d choose to read again, but I really did like her character.