10 Fictional Characters That Remind Me of Myself

1. Cath from Fangirl

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Was Cath not the most relatable character ever? Her obsession with a particular book series (me), her social anxiety (again, me), her desire to be a writer and her distinct awkwardness around boys (OMG, that’s totally me!).

2. Hermione Granger from the Harry Potter series

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Yet another socially awkward bookworm I identified with a lot. (Yes, she was socially awkward – not in the films, but in the books.)

3. Severus Snape from the Harry Potter series

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Because I too hide my hopelessly romantic side underneath a mask of bitterness, cynicism, and cruelty to children.

4. Brenna from The Risk

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She wears all-black outfits, is a bit of a smartass and hides her vulnerable side underneath a layer of grit. I’m not as tough as she is – though I sure would like to be.

5. Yukiko from the Lotus War series

I’m not sure if I am like Yukiko, I just know I’d like to be in her place – psychically bonded to a mythical creature. In her case, it’s a thunder tiger; in my case, it would be a dragon.

6. The Archeron sisters from the ACOTAR series

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I identify with all three of the Archeron sisters – I can be soft like Elaine, feisty like Feyre, and a fire-breathing bitch like Nesta.

7. Elizabeth Bennett from Pride and Prejudice

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Elizabeth is sassy, enjoys her own company and is unwilling to settle when it comes to romantic relationships. I’ve learned a lot from her example.

8. Harper Grayson from The Fireman

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Harper found herself in a relationship where her husband belittled her, making fun of her because she enjoyed reading YA novels and other ‘frivolous’ things. I was in a relationship like that (note: was) and when I read the part where Harper realizes just what a dick her ex-husband is, I feel like that part could have been written about me.

9. Callie from Nine Rules to Break When Romancing a Rake

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Callie is a wallflower, not very adventurous and stays home a lot – which describes me to a tee. One day, she makes a list of all the things she wants to try and in doing so, changes her life. I’m thinking I need to take a leaf out of her book.

10. Sula from Sula

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When someone tells Sula to settle down, get married and have some babies, she clapped back with ‘I don’t want to make somebody else. I want to make myself.’ I was like GIRL, PREACH!

 

Top Ten Tuesday is an original bookish tag currently moderated by That Artsy Reader Girl.

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