Thanks to Brigitte at The Book and the Bone for tagging me and spreading the fun! This tag is based all around some of the most famous historical figures and looks super fun! So let’s get to it…
Marilyn Monroe-The Most Glamorous Book You’ve Ever Read
My original edition of The Diviners by Libba Bray! First off, the original edition looks glamorous, with the gauzy purple and gold exterior! Second, it takes place in the Roaring 20s, perhaps the most glam decade of all!
Winston Churchill-The Best Leader Within A Book And Why
Though he’s pretty young, I think Gansey is an incredible leader!Just look at the ragtag bunch he brought together in The Raven Boys! Plus he’s kind, charismatic, and adventurous!
Adolf Hitler-The Most Ruthless Book Dictator
She’s only just tipping the scale of gaining power at the end of The Rose Society, but Adelina Amouteru’s shaping up to be a majorly ruthless evil ruler!
Maya Angelou-The Character Who Brought About The Most Change OR Had The Most Personal Development
I doubt I need to say it for those of you who have read the Throne of Glass series, but Celaena has MAJOR character development! By the fourth book, she’s totally different from who she was in the first book. But her development is also nicely laid out across four books and not rushed at all!
Queen Elizabeth II-Your Most Favorite Member Of A Royal Family From Within A Book
Winter from The Lunar Chronicles! So sweet, but so crazy! I love how she’s an unusual character and I love her bravery!
Albert Einstein-The Kookiest, Craziest, Most Bonkers Book Character Ever
[Credit: Cassandra Jean]
Probably Magnus Bane from The Shadowhunter Chronicles by Casandra Clare. When I think of Magnus I think of everything over-the-top! I’m talking glitter explosions, wild parties, and crazy magic!
Brutus-The Most Betraying Character Of All Characters
Two words, one name: Peter Pettigrew.
Need I say more?