Tuesday, September 2, 2014

Top 10 Book Characters That Would Be Sitting At My Lunch Table

Top Ten Book Characters That Would Be
Sitting At My Lunch Table
(Feature hosted by The Broke and the Bookish)

My lunch table won't be the coolest in the cafeteria.  It will be weird, and interesting, and full of charming personalities.  SO much different than my actual lunch table in high school :)

1) Reagan, Fangirl by Rainbow Rowell
She's tough, honest, and while often blunt, she's highly amusing and will tell it to you straight.  Lunch time would definitely be interesting.

2) Grayson Kennedy, The Avery Shaw Experiment by Kelly Oram
He's charming, popular, and always the life of the table.  It would be nice to have someone that can easily keep conversation going...and is fun to llok at (blush over).

3) Klaus Baudelaire, A Series of Unfortunate Events by Lemony Snicket
A wealth of random information.  Klaus would be able to share tons of interesting tidbits.

4) Dimity Plumleigh-Teignmott, Etiquette & Espionage by Gail Carriger
Dimity will always be able to tell me about the latest fashions.  At least according Victorian era England.  And maybe some of her manners will rub off on me.

5) Willem De Ruiter, Just One Day / Year by Gayle Forman
An interesting lunch table always needs someone who can tell you fascinating tales about their travels.  Willem seems like the guy for our group.

6) Uncle Mort, Croak by Gina Damico
Because he's just a little bit crazy.  And a lot a bit crazy.  I like crazy

7) Richard "Dick" Campbell Gansey, The Raven Boys by Maggie Stiefvater
Because I love him.  And I want him at the table.

8) Katarina Bishop, Heist Society by Ally Condie
Just in case we need to plan a heist.  I'm pretty sure befriending Katarina would help anyone survive high school.  Her and her awesome friends.

9) Pickwick, The Eyre Affair by Jasper Fforde
Every lunch table needs a quirky pet...at least every fictional lunch table.  Pickwick is ugly, especially when molting, but has personality and is one of a kind.

10) Zaphod Beeblebrox, The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy by Douglas Adams
There's a theme.  Crazy.  But I like crazy.  And funny.  And interesting.  And unpredictable.  Zaphod brings all of those things to the table.  But only if he's the movie version as played by Sam Rockwell.

Who would be at your table?

Happy reading!

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