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Top Ten Tuesday: Villains


Top Ten Tuesday was created by The Broke and the Bookish in June of 2010 and was moved to That Artsy Reader Girl in January of 2018. It was born of a love of lists, a love of books, and a desire to bring bookish friends together.

This weeks Top Ten: Villains (favorite, best, worst, lovable, creepiest, most evil, etc.)

I couldn't decide which type of villain I wanted to write about, so that lead me to do subcategories. I feel like such a rebel!
Villains I Love To Hate 

I have a review of this book coming soon so I won't say too much, but there is a character I absolutely hate. Most villains have redeeming qualities, but this character had lacked any of those qualities. She loved to hurt others and was completely heartless. 

The Villain in this book was completely cut throat, heartless, violent, and everything I love to hate. This Villain did things that ripped my heart out, stomped on it, then put it through a shredder. 

I have never hated a villain more then the one in this book. This is the 5th book of the Throne of Glass series so I can't say anything more, but if you haven't read this series you are missing out! 

Twisted Villains 
I've talked about this before, but this book was very hard for me to get through. It was twisted, gory, and dark. Dorothy is our obvious villain given away by the title, but she isn't the only one. 

I can't say much about this one, but who ended up being the murderer was very twisted. 

Societies, Government, Associations, etc. 
I LOVED this book. The government does experiments on 4 genetic altered boys.
The alchemists in this series have some serious rules and boundaries that are never allowed to be crossed. They believe themselves to be the heroes and the vampires the monsters, but not everything is what it seems.  


Whose The Bad Guy?
I loved that this book makes you think about what is good and evil, and the gray that lies between. 

Bad Boys I Love 
If you're a long time reader of this blog then you know how much I use to hate Seth. In The Covenant series I couldn't stand him, but somehow JLA has warped my mind into loving him. He's impulsive, rude, and yes he has been a villain, but I can't help but love him anyways. 

I simply love a villain in this series. This is considered the 4th book in this series, but it's the first book of Calla's story. This is a hidden gem that you won't regret reading

I can't wait to read everyone's list. Make sure you leave your links in the comments. I hope you're having an amazing day! 





  

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