Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly feature hosted by Brokeandbookish. This week’s theme is Top Ten Characters I’d love to revisit as an Adult. I’m guessing this means, characters we want to see once they are all grown up? I’m going to take it like that anyway, because I like it better, and, why not? So, let’s head into this. No spoilers, and if you want to discover the wonderful books, click on the title for a link to Goodreads!
1 • Everything, Everything, Nicola Yoon
I recently read this book, and I know it’s not been everyone’s favorite, basically because of the plot twist, but personally, I loved it. So much. And to be honest, I’d love to fast-forward a bit and see how Maddie’s doing now.
2 • Pretending to be Erica, Michelle Painchaud
If you’re into thriller/mystery books and you haven’t read that one yet, you are MAKING A MISTAKE. It’s a great book, with a huge focus on character development, and I loved it. Erica/Violet was such an interesting character, I would love to see what she’s up to now.
3 • I’ll Give You The Sun, Jandy Nelson
Can’t go without quoting that one, and I’m not even sorry. It was just too good, and let’s be honest, who wouldn’t want to know what those perfect people are up to now? .
4 • The Spectacular Now, Tim Tharp
That book was, well, the ending was very realistic, but leaving me kind of frustrated. What’s Sutter doing right now, is he okay? I NEED to know.
5 • The Mara Dyer series, Michelle Hodkin
Mara Dyer being one crazy rollercoaster of a book, I feel like I NEED to know what happens to her next. And Noah. And just, everything. It can’t just end, it’s the kind of book I want to read forever.
6 • Amy & Roger’s Epic Detour, Morgan Matson
So, we kind of left Amy & Roger and their epic road trip behind, but with those two, who doesn’t want to know what they’re up to now?
7 • My life next door, Huntley Fitzpatrick
AHH the Garretts. To be honest, I’d fast-forward ten years just to see how’s that crazy huge and fun family doing right now. A little bit for Jase, as well, okay.
8 • More than this, Patrick Ness
If you haven’t read that book, WHAT are you doing? GO read it now. I may not have read Patrick Ness’ most famous works (I will…) but that one. Damn, it’s a slap in the face. And that ending, UGH. MORE, I say.
9 • We were liars, E. Lockhart
I know that book wasn’t for everyone, sure, but… I really want to know what happens next. It was heartbreaking and just, I cried, okay. I did. Do I need more crying? No. But I still want to know.
10 • Uglies, Scott Westerfeld
One of my first dystopian books, and it was SO good. I would love to know what Tally’s up to now. Probably doing some mischievous things.