Top Ten Tuesday is held over at That Artsy Reader Girl, where every week bloggers list their top 10 being asked about. This week the topic is about the best of the bad guys, sort of.
Loki and Hela: Look, they’re technically comic book villains, so I think they should count. Most mesmerising. Couldn’t take my eyes off them most mesmerising!
Kit and Diane: They’re the main characters from Give me Your Hand, and they each have their moments of villainy, but there’s nothing villainous about them, which makes them all the better?
Yu-Jin: The Good Son. He doesn’t know he’s a villain, and the book is just frigging fantastic in how it portrays him as he sees himself, even as a reader you know he’s about as evil as they come.
Dear Mrs Bird: Our villain, Mrs Bird, isn’t a villain, so much as an embodiment of everything the women of the 1940s have to deal with, including Emmy.
The Liar’s Girl: Will make you question who is the villain, and that’s all I am going to say about that.
The Favourite Sister: Not so much villains, here but showing the ugliness in all the characters wonderfully making them each not so good guys after all.
The Wife: Oh, I loved this one. Again a question of who is the villain?