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Saturday, December 12, 2015

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Favorite and Least Favorite Female Characters of 2015

Hello once again my friends!

There are so many books that we read this year and we definitely had some favorite and LEAST favorite female characters along the way. We all came up with a list of our own favorites and least favorite female characters! So let's begin.


UPROOTED By: Naomi Novik
Favorite Female Character: Agnieszka
Ella's Thoughts and Opinion:
Words cannot describe my love for Agniezka! She was awkward and gawky but also passionate and brave all at the same time and the way she would do anything for her friends made my heart burst. <3

The Winner's Curse By: Marie Rutkoski
Favorite Female Character: Lady Kestrel
Sophia's Thoughts and Opinion:
I LOVE Lady Kestrel's minor rebellions against society's rules (AND her father's rules). It's fantastic how she manages to find a way to taunt the rules society and her father expects from her. She even resists a little as a "slave" near the end. ^_^

The Ruby Circle (Bloodlines #6) By: Richelle Mead
Favorite Female Character: Sydney Sage
Lupe's Thoughts and Opinions:
I don't think I would ever miss a chance to say that Sydney is one of my ALL TIME favorite female characters other than, of course, Miss Rose Hathaway. Sydney is the smartest yet strongest person I strive to be! Knowing myself, I would never put myself in THAT much danger like her just to be with Adrian. *Swoon* 

Spelled By: Betsy Schow
Favorite Female Character: Rexi, Kato, and the Dragon Statue
Sophia's Thoughts and Opinion:
I swear, the amount of side characters I like in Spelled might be tremendous. Maybe I should just give an entire list. Rexi, for her sarcasm. The Dragon stature, for his dramatics, even if he's a bleeping statue most of the time. Kato, for his putting Dorthea in her rightful please. I sweat Mr. Frosty stopped her whining after that. 


Firsts By: Laurie Elizabeth Flynn
Ella doesn't like: Mercedes
Ella's Thoughts and Opinion:
I get what the author was trying to do, I really do, but I just could now agree with Mercedes logic that sleeping with other girls boyfriends was "helping" both parties. NONONONONONONO. THAT IS CALLED CHEATING AND IS NOT OK. STAHP. DON'T DO IT.

Eona By: Alison Goodman
Sophia doesn't like: Eon(a)
Sophia's Thoughts and Opinion:
Yip, Yip, Yip! ( Argues too much for their own good)
In Eon, Eona was a little desperate to fit in. In Eona, she argues WAYYY too much with Kygo. Though she is quite fearless, so she's not terribly annoying. Emphasis on not terribly.

The Glass Castle By: Jeannette Walls
Lupe doesn't like: Erma Walls
Lupe's Thoughts and Opinion:
Ok, this was one of the very RARE occasions where I read an autobiography of someone'e childhood but let me say I really enjoyed this book more than I would've imagined. Except their grandma is the most racist, perverted, single minded person in the history of all humanity. I felt so bad for her children whom Erma, the perverted grandma, molested them growing up. It's so messed up and sick and DISGUSTING!

Hello, I Love You By: Katie M. Stout
Sophia doesn't like: Grace Wilde
Sophia's Thoughts and Opinion:
She's na├»ve, ignorant, and pretty much has no clue what she's doing in Korea (aside from running away from her past). Also, she acts superior. Hi, welcome to Asia. There's bound to be rice and fish in your meals, so suck it up. That is all.

Tell us about your favorite and least favorite female characters of 2015
and whether or not you agree or disagree with us! 
We would love to know!

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Lupe is a 19-year-old Latina who loves to read and watch movies and share her thoughts/opinions about them! Her all time favorite series consists of Bloodlines and Vampire Academy (among others), and her favorite author is Richelle Mead. You can find more of her book and movie reviews (and pandas) over at CatchingBookz.