Sunday, October 27, 2013

Top 5 Sundays - Favorite Male Book Characters!

This feature was thought up by the awesome Larissa's Bookish Life

1 - Write a post listing your TOP 5 choices within the theme I chose (or was chosen on a poll) for the week.
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Top 5 Sundays -  Favorite Male Book Characters!

Daemon Sadi is such a complex/awesome character in this series that I adore.

Park is such an intriguing character and his point of view along with Eleanor really makes this book shine.

Jeff Martini is one sexy cool character that you can't help but love in this series.

Harry Potter will forever be one of my favorite book characters and he grows so much over the whole magical series.

Percy Jackson is one of my favorite book characters because his character mixes my love of Greek mythology with a lot of humor and heroics.


  1. Replies
    1. Yes exactly, there definitely a lot to love about those two. :)

  2. There are so many fantastic male characters out there it is extremely tough to choose! My vote is for David Oster, charming, witty physicist, in A.R. Taylor's "Sex, Rain, and Cold Fusion."
    He is a character the reader will surely have a love hate relationship with. He is intelligent (on the cusp of mad scientist eccentric) but makes terrible life decisions. He has a harem of girlfriends who he is obviously using to fill some sort of void in his life. And a new job offer in Washington has him packing his bags in hopes of more money and an opportunity to study underwater physics. David gets what's coming to him in Washington and his job and new life are not what he expected at all. The book is twisted and funny and I couldn't put it down. By the end of the novel I felt protective of David like a mother figure and as a friend. I can't recommend it enough

    1. Exactly, it was hard choosing my favorites. Thanks for stopping by, your choice sounds pretty interesting too.


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