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There have often been times when I wished to see a book from another character’s perspective.
I think it’d be really interesting. Sometimes I’ve been disappointed (like with Four from Divergent, who ended up so whiny I wanted to punch him), but I think it would work well with some books.
1) Hermione Granger from Harry Potter
2) Etienne St Clair from Anna and the French Kiss
He’s cocky and arrogant in the most hilarious way possible, and I’d LOVE a book from his POV.
3) The Mad Hatter from Alice in Wonderland
He’s like my favourite character ever. For drama at school, I’m actually writing a theatre script from his POV, which is exciting, but Lewis Carroll seriously needs to write me one.
4) Luna Lovegood from Harry Potter
IT WOULD JUST BE SO INTERESTING. In fact I’d like a book on every single character in the Potterverse. Get on that, J K.
5) Augustus Waters from The Fault in Our Stars
IT WOULD HURT. If this book existed, it would be waaaaay worse than The Fault in Our Stars. And I know John Green would never write it. But I live in hope.
6) Margo Roth Spiegelman from Paper Towns
Because she’s just such an interesting character. Also, how exciting is it that in a year, I can use AN ACTUAL GIF OF MARGO?? Although I thought this one was pretty cool:
7) Alaska Young from Looking for Alaska
Another mysterious character. I want to know what was going through her head, I really do.
8) Voldemort from…do I really have to say?
Work it, Voldy. Yeah, I really love villains, so a book from Voldy’s perspective would be awesome.
9) Captain Hook from Peter Pan
Again, villains. Villains are cool. And Peter Pan is an awesome story.
10) Arya from Eragon
This was the only decent gif I could find from Eragon – I think because everyone’s trying to suppress the memories of that awful excuse for a film. BUT the books are awesome. Arya in particular is one of my favourites.