Happy September every one! How the time flies still astounds me.
Top Ten Tuesday is an original feature/weekly meme created by The Broke and the Bookish. This week’s topic is Ten Characters you just didn’t click with.
Ava Lavender from The Strange and Beautiful Sorrows of Ava Lavender by Leslie Walton
I didn’t really particularly connect to Ava as a character. It might have been due to the fact that by the time she was introduced, it was well past halfway through the book and by that point, I’d already wanted to put the book down.
Eureka from Teardrop by Lauren Kate
Very typical character. Could not relate to her at all, because I just didn’t have anything in common with her.
Lincoln from Attachments by Rainbow Rowell
He’s a 30 something old guy who still hasn’t gotten his act together, combined with the fact I find him quite annoying. I still haven’t finished reading this book, but maybe when I do end up finishing this book I might like him better.
Seth from the Covenant Series by Jennifer L. Armentrout
Seth is one of the love interests in this book, and the fact he keeps popping up out of nowhere makes him really frustrating to read and relate to.
Charlie from Perks of Being a Wallflower by Stephen Chbosky
To be honest, I read Perks a long time ago, and I don’t remember that much, but I do remember just zoning out throughout the whole book because I couldn’t relate to the character.
Jesse Alderman from Sway by Kat Spears
American high school. Drug issues. I’m out.
Daire Santos from The Soul Seekers by Alyson Noel
Daire is a stereotypical character who always seems to get her way, despite the events that are occuring. It just seems unrealistic that the things always seemed to be in her favour.
Raffe from Angelfall by Susan Ee
After having Angelfall on my shelf I finally read it. And I had been avoiding it because it seemed like a very typical fantasy. But it took me surprise. That being said, I enjoyed reading about Rafe, but I couldn’t relate to him as a character.
Eadlyn Schreave from The Selection (Well, technically The Heir) by Keira Cass
Arrogant. Rude, when she is being “queenly”. Maybe Keira Cass is attempting to make Eadlyn redeemable by the time the next book comes out, but for the most part, I did not enjoy reading about her character.
Arin from The Winner’s Curse by Marie Rutkosi
As much as I loved the books, Arin was not someone who I could relate to. He’s moody, and not at all talkative. In the second book, I was actually becoming annoyed at his character because of the ways he tries to redeem himself.
So do you have any of these characters in your list? Comment down below if you did!