Monday, April 6, 2015

Take ten


This week, the Broke and Bookish subject is ten characters I would want to check up on. You know, to see how they fared after their adventure wrapped up.;)

1. Anne Elliot from Persuasion
She is just so sweet and likeable! It would be fun to see how she fared ten years after the story ended. I bet she has several children and is still as kind as ever.;)

2. Emma Woodhouse from Jane Austen's Emma
While not as sweet of a character as Anne, I bet we would find that marriage and motherhood suits Emma, since it has probably softened her selfishness.

3. Jo March of Little Women
We get to catch up with her in Little Men, but she has always been a favorite.

4. Katniss Everdeen
Because really, what happens after everything calms down?

5. Elara
6. Wilha both from The Princess in the Opal Mask
I enjoyed both girls in this story! It would be fun to catch up with them and se how their royal duties are going.

7. Samantha Moore from Dear Mr. Knightley
One of my favorite stories! I would love a sequel. ;)

8. Raine from The Dandelion Field
There is so much more to this story! Especially after the baby is born.:)

9.Abigail from Paper Hearts
I love the main characters in this story! I can sympathize with her struggles with owning a business and would love to see how that is going.

10. Raina from Always on My Mind
I didn't think I would love this book as much as I did. I'm looking forward to the peaks at her continuing story as the rest of the series comes out.

So, there is my list! Are any of your favorites on here? Who should I of included?



18 comments:

  1. I would also love to know how Katniss mentally recovered and learned to enjoy life! Eep, I still need to read the second OPAL MASK book! Interesting list!!

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    1. You do need to finish the second Opal Mask book! It has a nice conclusion.
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  2. I'm not very interested in Katniss, but I am very much interested in what happened to Haymitch from that series.

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    1. Haymitch would be an interesting character to follow up on. Perhaps he finally finds peace.
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  3. Katniss! God think about her just chilling at home and watching movies on a Saturday night... weird!

    Good list :)

    My Top Ten :)

    brooke @ booklife4life

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    1. That is such a weird thought! Watching cartoons with a couple of her own kids.;)

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  4. Jo March made my list too! Love her! Happy reading! :)

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    1. She's always been a favorite!
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  5. Oddly, while I'd quite happily read more about them, I'm quite happy with where we left Katniss and Peeta, so they didn't quite make my list.

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    1. She did leave them at a good place, where you can fill in what happens next. But, there could be so much more to their ending.:)
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    1. How could you? Just kidding.;) There was s lot of lovely characters to choose from!

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  7. Oooh very good list! I do wonder what Katniss ends up doing, though I just kind of went with the epilogue, and figured that she doesn't have to work, since she was already rich, and she probably just goes hunting for Greasy Sae while Peeta is a stay at home dad.
    Shannon @ It Starts At Midnight

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    1. The epilogue does fill in some of the questions about what comes next for Katniss and Peeta.;) There could be so much more though! lol.
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  8. Oh Emma is a great choice! I would love to hear about how much trouble Emma's daughter is getting into!
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    1. That sounds like it could be a fun sequel! Imagine if she had several daughters who got into mischief?;)
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  9. Yay for the DMK love. That book... still one of THE best there is in modern inspirational fiction. :)

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    1. I agree! I'm wanting to re-read it, which almost never happens with modern fiction.;)

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