Main Characters I Dislike | Bookish Small Talks #1

Hello, everyone!  It’s Remi here.  Happy Friday 😎  How are you?

It’s cooking hot here.  All I want to do is eat cartons of ice cream.  I haven’t eaten cartoned ice cream before. 

This ‘Bookish Small Talks’ is a new Wednesday/weekend meme created by me.  Feel free to join me!  I’d love to have some bookish small talks with you.  I’ll share some future topics with you in my next post.

Today’s topic is Main Characters I Dislike.  If you read a book with a lovable protagonist, you’ll definitely have greater chance to fall in love with that book.  However, a book with a main character you don’t like can certainly put you through hell.

*Molly from 99 Days by Katie Cotugno 

This girl is a two-timer.  Basically, 99 Days is a story about two-timing game which I consider very unwise and horrible.

*Celaena Sardothien from Throne Of Glass series by Sarah J. Maas 

I honestly don’t know why I don’t like her.  I guess it’s because I like Chaol and Dorian too much and I think how Celaena treated them was…not cool.

*Tessa Gray from The Infernal Devices by Cassandra Clare 

Please note: I don’t dislike TID.  The adventures were good.  The writing is nice.  I’ll always love Cassandra’s writing style.  The thing is that, in my opinion, Tessa is a greedy bitch.  How can she love two guys at the same time?  What the exact fuck does she want with Jem?  Obviously, she loves Will more.  Ugh!  The immortal thing is kind of unethical!

That’s all for my small talk.  Let me know what you think!

Have a lovely weekend and I’ll see you soon.  Bye-bye 👊

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