Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly feature hosted by The Broke and the Bookish.
This week's Top Ten topic is, "Ten characters you wish would get their OWN book (minor or semi-main character that you wish could have a book in their POV). I've been thinking for a while and this one is kind if tough. Let's see if I can make it to ten...
Nikolai Lantsov (Sturmhund) from The Grisha trilogy by Leigh Bardugo
This HAS TO happen. Nikolai is funny, charming and exciting. I'd love to follow him on some pirate adventures.
Roar from the Under the Never Sky series by Veronica Rossi
Roar. Oh, Roar. I love him. I think he's more interesting than Perry. I love his charisma and he could easily carry his own book. I'd read it as I swooned.
Simon Lewis from The Mortal Instruments series by Cassandra Clare
I guess I'm actually getting this one. I can't wait to read these stories about Simon's further adventures!
Myrnin from The Morganville Vampires series by Rachel Caine
Myrnin is really old and bats#!t crazy, but I'm sure he's got a lot of stories to tell. I'd love to get into the head of this mad man. I'd like to see him get a book of short stories, like Magnus Bane did.
Johanna Mason from The Hunger Games series by Suzanne Collins
I'd love to read about her Hunger Games win. I think her POV would be a lot of fun, too.
Turk from the Mystic City series by Theo Lawrence
I liked Turk in Mystic City, but I LOVED him in Toxic Heart. I definitely need more Turk!
Celeste from The Selection series by Kiera Cass
Why Celeste? Well, in the beginning, I hated her, but by the end I loved her. She also grew as a character. It would be interesting to read the Selection from her POV.
Murtagh from the Inheritance cycle
Murtagh is way more interesting and WAY cooler than Eragon.
Kai from For Darkness Shows the Stars by Diana Peterfreund
Kai was away for four years going on adventures with the Cloud Fleet and doing other things while he made his transition from farm boy to Captain Malakai Wentforth. It would be interesting to read about.
Renesmee from the Twilight saga by Stephenie Meyer
Oh, you know we'd all read it.
Whew! That was hard!
Who do you think needs their own book?