Hello! Today’s post is about Characters I Am Most Like. There are a few characters that I have in mind. I actually find that I haven’t yet found a character who is more me than all the others out there. Which makes sense if you think about it, because everyone, fictional or not, is their own character.
- Feyre – A Court of Thorns and Roses by Sarah J. Maas
Like Feyre, I’d do a lot to protect my family as well. Both Feyre and I think about what’s best for out families, and what we can do on a daily basis to help everyone out.
- Tana – The Coldest Girl in Coldtown by Holly Black
Tana is extremely protective of her sister, and Tana’s a no bullshit kinda girl. I’m like that as well. I’m protective of my sister as well.
Fierce / Ferocious / Savage:
- Penryn – Angelfall by Susan Ee
Penryn can get really fierce when she wants and/or needs to be and honestly, I am like that as well. When someone harms or hurts someone Penryn cares about, she gets this calmness over her, and then she just snaps and goes batshit crazy. Honestly, I am like that 100%.
- Allison – The Immortal Rules by Julie Kagawa
I really love Allison’s savageness in these books. Deep inside I can be extremely savage as well, even though I haven’t let that side of me show for years.
- Celaena – Throne of Glass by Sarah J. Maas
Like Celaena, she and I have extremely ferocious if you get on out bad side. I don’t relent until the very end. If you’ve made an enemy of me, you’re my enemy for life.
- Alyssa – She Loves You, She Loves You Not… by Julie Anne Peters
Like Alyssa, when it comes to love, I am either all in, or not even into it. Both Alyssa and I have this all or nothing type of love. I haven’t been in a relationship for a while (the last one ended badly) but I was all in, until the person who I was with hurt me in a way that pretty much ended out relationship right then and there.
Friendship is pretty important to me. Friends can be the core value to a person, and I really believe that friends are important. I’d do a lot of things for my friends. Saying that, I’m also the type of person who has few friends. I like to keep my group small and have meaningful relationships with them. Friends are often there when others are not, so I believe that these characters exhibit the same traits.
- Cody – I Was Here by Gayle Forman
Cody had a pretty important relationship with her bestfriend, Meg. Throughout the book we see parts of both characters through Cody’s eyes that I don’t think is usually marked in normal books.
- Karou & Suzanna – Daughter of Smoke and Bone by Laini Taylor
These two girls have an awesome friendship. They’re both the type who would do anything for each other, and they do. Literally. You have to read the book to find out what i’m talking about. But the gist of what I’m trying to get at is that these two are there for each other through thick and thin. They’re the glue that holds them together. WHere one goes, the other follows. Yet they accept the others boundaries. When one of the girls needs space, the other gives them exactly that. If one needs a few days to think about something, they give ’em space to think about whatever they need to think about. Karou and Suzanna’s friendship is one of the few absolutely pure friendships I’ve seen in YA literature.
That’s all I have for this post! I hope you enjoyed it!
Thank you for reading,