Top Ten Tuesday is a meme created by The Broke and the Bookish.
Each week a new topic is given and weeks topic is:
Top Ten Most Memorable Secondary Characters
1. Jackal from the Blood of Eden series - I didn’t really pay much attention to Jackal in The Immortal Rules, but he totally stole the show in The Eternity Cure. He pretty much made the book for me.
2. Ziri from Days of Blood & Starlight - Ziri is just the cutest thing ever. He’s so sweet and nice and sad and overlooked. Ziri>>>Akiva, tbh.
3. Laurie from Invisibility - I hated Invisibility, but I thought Laurie, Elizabeth’s hilarious younger brother, was the one bright spot in the otherwise murky waters of the book.
4. Topaz from I Capture the Castle - I don’t remember all that much about Topaz except that she liked to play the lute in the nude on the parapets of the castle in the middle of the night. Memorable? I think so.
5. Jehanne from Naamah’s Kiss - I like Jehanne way more than Bao. She may be tempestuous and spoiled, but she means well and it’s evident that she really does love and cherish Moirin in her own way.
6. Neal from the Protector of the Small quartet - I always wanted Kel and Neal to get together. I knew it wouldn’t happen, but I wanted it to. He was just so cute and they were best friends and it would have been adorable!
7. Gram from The Sky is Everywhere - Gram was very eccentric, which I liked. She was a welcome relief from some of the heavier subject matter in The Sky is Everywhere.
8. Pelly from The Blue Girl - He’s a mysterious “imaginary friend” who looks like a cross between a hedgehog and a boy, with bunny ears and the tail of a monkey. ‘Nuff said.
9. Jenna from the Hex Hall trilogy- Jenna was my favourite character and I wish she’d been more involved later on in the books. She was a pink-loving, girly-girl, lesbian vampire. How could I possibly resist loving this girl?
10. Balder the garden gnome from Going Bovine - He’s a perpetually angry Norse god who has been cursed into the form of a talking garden gnome. Is there anything that isn’t memorable in that statement?