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What are your top ten Favourite Book Characters?
1. Raistlin Majere from the Dragonlance series by MArgaret Weis and Tracy Hickman. He is just fabulous in every way.
2. Snape from the Harry Potter series by J.K. Rowling. I love this character's secrecy, the duality to his nature.
3. Lord Voldemort also from the Harry Potter series, because he is so wonderfully evil. He is just one of those villains you love to hate.Plus, he has a pet snake, so of course I love him.
4. Sherloch Holmes from the stories by Arthur C. Doyle. His intelligence and his quick-thinking has always drawn me to him.
5. Elizabeth Bennet from Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen because she is so real, everything about her, every thought is so grounded in real human behavior. I love recognizing myself in her actions.
6. Rodion Raskolnikov from Crime and Punishment by Fyodor Dostoevsky. He is torn between following his instinctual side while his intellectual one cries for attention. Wonderful, complex character.
7. Anita Blake form the Anita Blake series by Laurell K. Hamilton. She is just a no-nonsense kind of woman, which is the best kind. Love her sarcasm.
8. Lisey from Lisey's Story by Stephen King. She starts off like a typical housewife, but progresses to a powerful, muti-dimensional woman who sets out to defend herself and her husband's memory.
9. Heathcliff from Wuthering Heights by Emily Bronte. He is the classic anti-hero and I just love his fierceness.
10. Roland Deschain from The Dark Tower series by Stephen King. He is coolness personified.
Interesting that the majority of my favorite characters are either the anti-hero or the outright villain. I wonder what that says about me.