Top Ten Book Characters That Would Be Sitting At My Lunch Table


Hi everyone! Welcome to Top Ten Tuesday, which is hosted over at The Broke and The Bookish. This week's topic is Top Ten Book Characters That Would Be Sitting At My Lunch Table.


1. Tallulah Casey from Withering Tights

I feel like me and Tallulah would be great friends because she's down-to-earth and English just like me. If she was real, we'd probably have gone to the same school!

2. Tris from Divergent

Although it would be awesome to sit with Tris for lunch, I feel like it's more likely that I would sit with her before she became Dauntless.

3. Claire Danvers from Glass Houses

Claire isn't a very popular girl, especially in the first book, which I can relate to. I feel like we'd stick together and have lots in common.

4. Craig Gilner from It's Kind of a Funny Story

I'd love to sit on the same lunch table as Craig, because he lives in New York, where I've always wanted to go. He seems really cool and someone I could see eye-to-eye with.

5. Emily from Since You've Been Gone

I read this book very recently, when I was on holiday, and a review will hopefully be up shortly. However, Emily just seems like she would be friends with pretty much everyone.

6. Sky from Finding Sky

I read this book a long time ago, and loved it. Part of the reason why is because of how nice Sky is and how friendly she is to everyone. Also, she's British too so that helps.

7. Leila from Let's Get Lost

I feel like Leila would be the cool one out of my lunch table group, with her free spirit and open personality. I think we would definitely be friends.

8. Bianca Piper from The DUFF

I really connected to Bianca when I was reading The DUFF and I believe we would become fast friends.

9. Vasilisa from Vampire Academy

I think I would be better friends with Vasilisa the with Rose, even though that would be cool too. Vasilisa is so nice to everyone, and doesn't just stick to the popular people.

10. Grace from Shiver

Both Grace and I are very curious people, but quite shy too, and I think we would be friends because of that.

So there we go! I hope you've enjoyed reading about my Top Ten Book Characters That Would Be Sitting At My Lunch Table.

Izzy

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