Top Ten Tuesday: April 22, 2014 – Top Ten Characters Who I Totally Relate To


It’s Top Ten Tuesday, hosted by the wonderful blog at The Broke and the Bookish! This week’s topic: 
Top Ten Characters Who X and we get to fill in the blank so I’m picking characters I related to as I was reading!


ANNA: Anna and the French Kiss – Stephanie Perkins
JULIA: Meant To Be – Lauren Morrill
MALLORY: Going Vintage – Lindsey Leavitt
STEPHANIE: Lean Mean Thirteen (Stephanie Plum #13) – Janet Evanovich


ALLYSON: Just One Day (Just One Day #1) – Gayle Forman [re-read: Just One Day]
MACALLAN: Better Off Friends – Elizabeth Eulberg
LEXI: Revenge of the Girl with the Great Personality – Elizabeth Eulberg


JUDE: The Book of Broken Hearts – Sarah Ockler
DEVAN: The Reece Malcolm List – Amy Spalding


CAYMAN: The Distance Between Us – Kasie West
HERMIONE: Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone (Harry Potter #1) – J.K. Rowling
MAGGIE: Also Known As (Also Known As #1) – Robin Benway

Okay, okay, so that’s twelve. But these are for sure the girls I relate to most in the books that I’ve read! Each for different reasons, but clearly the characters I relate to the most help ease a book into being one of my favorites!

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8 thoughts on “Top Ten Tuesday: April 22, 2014 – Top Ten Characters Who I Totally Relate To

  1. Amy

    Yay! Great list, B! I love that you are soul sisters with both Anna and Stephanie Plum. That’s perfect. And Hermione, because obviously. These are such great characters B! I love you and them! So you did a good job <3

  2. Anne @ Lovely Literature

    This is a creative way at breaking down characters! Offhand I can’t think of a lot of characters that I have a close personality tie to, although I’m sure if I tried harder I could make a list. I don’t read a lot of contemporary, so maybe it is more difficult for my brain to draw that comparison to characters in fantasy or scifi settings!

  3. Amanda @ Book Badger

    What a great topic Brittany! I think relating to characters is the most important thing there is in books. I agree on Cayman and Hermione, as well as Anna, I connected to them so well when I read those books. I sound like such a contemporary chick, but I like a variety of character’s and can relate to most 🙂

    1. Brittany Post author

      Haha yes! My fiancé is really into hot rods and motorcycles and we spend/spent a large amount of time hanging out in the garage. Sometimes I would assist (aka handing him things) and he would tell me what he was doing, other times I would watch, other times, I just read while he worked but I really made a connection with that in the book! 🙂


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