Top Ten Tuesday is an original weekly meme created by The Broke and the Bookish. I thought this would be a fun way to share a condensed version of potential rambles and thoughts that I have.
This Week’s Theme:
Top Ten Characters
I’d Like To Check Up On
I forgot today was Tuesday as I’ve been jamming to the feels of Wiz Khalifa’s See You Again (feat. Charlie Puth) as seen at the end of Furious 7. I can’t even tell you why I have so many feels for a franchise I’ve yet to see the precursor films to. Maaaaan.
Did anyone else find that this prompt sounded a bit stalker-ish? Or maybe I’m just reading into it too much.
The Monster – A Monster Calls (Patrick Ness)
I need them yew tree’s stories and imagine if Conor moved out of his place and someone else moved in with a different set of issues. I’m sure the monster has a toolbox of stories.
The Driver – More Than This (Patrick Ness)
Seth is probably the “ideal” answer for this (although I do like to leave the ending the way it is without knowing) but I’m really curious as to the enigma that is The Driver.
Maya – The Storied Life of A.J. Fikry (Gabrielle Zevin)
I do wonder what stories and comments she’d leave for her kids.
Ponyboy – Outsiders (S.E. Hinton)
He’ll pass on “stay gold” to someone else…I just know it.
Ariel – The Alex Crow (Andrew Smith)
There’s the ending…but I guess I really want to see how Ariel’s doing when he’s well into his adulthood.
Prince Harming – Backward Glass (David Lomax)
So I might have the wrong character in this story (my memory has decayed, okay?) but a particular story-linen continues that’s not really resolved with a neat bow; especially in a time-travel book.
Caleb – Divergent (Veronica Roth)
I’m really hoping that he’s a mess in the time-frame between the end and the epilogue. Because reasons.
Offred – The Handmaid’s Tale (Margaret Atwood)
The days when I remember this book…I think “she’s okay…” and then there are other days where I’m super pessimistic about life and I’m thinking “nope nope nope nope” — WHICH IS IT?!
The following are choices from film adaptations that I didn’t complete the novels for:
Nick & Amy – Gone Girl (Gillian Flynn)
…or just how the reason for the ending will handle such a kind, warm, loving family. Ha.
Any HP Character – Harry Potter (J.K. Rowling)
I’m secretly hoping for another villain to appear for the next generation.
I really need to slam my head back into other blog posts and reviews guhhhhhh…but gaming and televisions are so alluring.