Top Ten Tuesday: Characters Who Deserve Their Own Books (…late and on Monday)


I didn’t get to do last week’s Top Ten Tuesday due to finishing university on Monday and being really busy on Tuesday, and I was really excited about doing this one! This week’s TTT is about which sequels am I excited about, but since I rarely read series, I can’t even think of one =(

1. Snape, Snape, Severus Snape. Need I say more? (Harry Potter)

2. Captain Gregg. He’s so full of sass. He NEEDS his own book. (The Ghost and Mrs Muir)


3+4. Remus Lupin and Sirius Black. I’ve said it a million times, and I’ll say it again: if the Marauders got their own book, I would cry hysterical tears of joy. (Harry Potter)


5. Mr Thornton. Because I’d love to see his take on things! …And maybe because he’s cute. Shh. (North and South)


5. Aragorn. Kind of a jerk, but also a complete badass and had some awesome adventures before the One Ring was even a blip on the radar of his life. (The Lord of the Rings)

6. Zaphod Beeblebrox. He’s like David Bowie mixed with an alien on a caffeine drip. (The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy)

7. Eowyn. She killed the Witch King of Angmar and fell in love twice. She’s the queen of badassery and I’d love to spend some time inside her head. (The Lord of the Rings)

8. Septimus Warren Smith. I just love his character and would like to see more of him. He’s the bright spark in a book I otherwise don’t particularly enjoy. (Mrs Dalloway)


9. Heathcliff. I find him terrible but interesting, in a book full of terrible people. (Wuthering Heights)

10. Mycroft Holmes. What does the man do all the time? Who does he know, what does he know? I want to know. (The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes)

This was actually harder than I thought, and mostly made up of guys… mostly because all the female characters I love have their own books already!


6 thoughts on “Top Ten Tuesday: Characters Who Deserve Their Own Books (…late and on Monday)

  1. Oooh, I love Mycroft as a choice! The government conspiracies. The international ‘travel’. The snarking! 🙂

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