Tuesday, August 27, 2013

Top Ten Tuesday - Favorite Secondary Characters

Weekly meme hosted at The Broke and the Bookish. It's about making bookish lists and sharing
Everyone loves making list of things they like.

Top 10 Favorite Secondary Characters (in no particular order)

1. "Joe" from Great Expectations by Charles Dickens (Goodreads Amazon)
One of my favorite support characters, almost like an older brother to Pip.
2. "Jesse" from My Sister's Keeper by Jodi Picoult (Goodreads Amazon)
I really felt for him when he expresses that how he was being ignored by the family. A really nice brother.
3. "Campbell Alexander" from My Sister's Keeper by Jodi Picoult (Goodreads Amazon)
I don't know why I like him. I just like him!
4. "Fred & George" from the Harry Potter Series by JK Rowling
The source of all the humor in the book. I love them both.
5. "Soda" from The Outsiders by S. E. Hinton (Goodreads Amazon | My Review)
He's handsome, funny and cheerful. I loved the book, and love the character Soda.
6. "Johnny" from The Outsiders by S. E. Hinton (Goodreads Amazon My Review)
Johnny is one the most unforgettable secondary character. He's had such a rough life that you can't help but feel for him. Poor boy!
7. "Tomboy" from The Payback by Simon Kernick (Goodreads Amazon | Review Coming Soon)
He might be a criminal, but in this last part of the Dennis Milne series, I like him.
8. "John" from The Last 10 Seconds by Simon Kernick (Goodreads Amazon | Review Coming Soon)
The character is not physically present in the book, all we have is his memories. But even the memories are so strong you can't ignore the character.


  1. I love Fred and George! I just started Great Expectations so I love seeing characters from the book on these lists!

    1. I was pretty when I read that book, but I eventually finished it, and absolutely loved it. Happy Reading!

  2. Fred and George! Love them! Why, Rowling, why??

    1. There are a lot of secondary characters from Rowling that we love!

  3. Oh! I LOVED Joe! How could I forget about good old Joe?! He was the only one who was kind to poor Pip! And those Weasley twins- who can resist those mischievous gingers?

    1. I like Joe more than even Pip himself. Thanks for stopping by my blog :)

  4. Fred & George have made a lot of lists this week! I'm not sure why I didn't love them as much as everyone else. And wow, some books here I haven't read in FOREVER (Great Expectations and The Outsiders) so I barely remember those characters. Still, great list! :D

    1. Great Expectations is a Classic. The Outsiders is a brilliant book for everyone. Thanks for stopping by my blog, Asti.


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