Top Ten Tuesday: Top Ten Supporting Characters I Wish Would Get Their OWN Book

November 11, 2014 Top Ten Tuesday 5

Top Ten Tuesday: Top Ten Supporting Characters I Wish Would Get Their OWN Booktoptentuesday

Welcome to Top Ten Tuesday! This weekly shared “meme” has a different theme each week and is shared by many blogs. We’re aiming to come up with ten things between us each week so they won’t be in any particular order!

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Top Ten Supporting Characters I Wish Would Get Their OWN Book

 

 

Daisy Buchanan

1.  Daisy Buchanan 

From: The Great Gatsby by F. Scott Fitzgerald

Why? I always wondered how Daisy truly felt about Jay. What is her story and how did she become so foolish and careless? Natasha 

2. Mrs. Danvers

From: Rebecca by Daphne Du Maurier

Why?  She is the most intriguing figure. What happened between her and Rebecca? What lead her to burn the estate to the ground?- Natasha

Mrs Danvers

Mr darcyWickham

3. Mr Darcy and/or Mr. Wickham

From: Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen

Why? Well Darcy is just Darcy (swoon!) and it would be interesting to hear about the rivalry and betrayal first hand.  – Natasha 

4. Rudy Steiner

From: The Book Thief by Marcus Zusak

Ah, lovely Rudy! He is not what you would call your typical Nazi brat. Although heartbreaking, his POV could be quite powerful. – Natasha

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Miss HavishamEstella

5. Miss Havisham and/or Estella

From: Great Expectations by Charles Dickens

I know a few books have been written about the bitter and heartbroken Miss Havisham, but I haven’t read any yet, and she remains one of literature’s most iconic characters. – Natasha

6. Zuzana (illustration by Jim Di Bartolo – Laini Taylor’s Husband)

From: Daughter of Smoke and Bone by Laini Taylor

– Angelya

Zuzana

Shantaram

7.  Prabaker

From: Shantaram by Gregory David Roberts

One of my favourite characters, he is warm and funny and I would love to hear his story. – Natasha

8. Renata

From: Big Little Lies by Liane Moriarty

We all loved hearing from Madeline, Jane and Celeste, but let’s hear from the other side of the playground war – Natasha

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Johannamason

9. Joanna Mason

From: The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins

A kick-ass warrior who comes across as a bit of a bitch, but you know is solid gold underneath it all. – Natasha

10. Desi Collings

From: Gone Girl by Gillian Flynn

In a messed up book, about messed up people, I feel Desi’s story needs to be fleshed out a bit (let’s be honest – he is creepy).- Natasha

Neil Patrick Harris

 

 


Natasha lives in Brisbane, Australia with her husband and son. She is a self confessed bibliophile who enjoys literature and adult fiction. She also loves travelling and aims to visit 40 countries by the time she is 40 (current count 36).

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