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Top Ten Tuesday: my top ten favourite secondary characters!

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So its Tuesday again, and time for another Top Ten. Yay! This week we are listing our favourite secondary characters! So, here goes.

  1. Poppet from The Night Circus – I have just finished re-reading this amazing book and I re-fell in love with Poppet and her cute sub story with Bailey.
  2. Dumbledore from Harry Potter – does this choice even need a reason? Its Dumbledore – he’s awesome!
  3. Pippin from LOTR – I loved Pippin – he was so funny and sweet and always loyal to his friends!
  4. Charlotte from The Infernal Devices – In Victorian London Charlotte, a woman, was pretty much single handedly running the Institute.
  5. Genya from Shadow and Bone – a really interesting secondary character – I cant wait to see what she’s up to in the third blog!
  6. Iko from The Lunar Chronicles – a robot with sass!
  7. Zuzana from Daughter of Smoke and Bone – LOVED HER. She was funny, supportive, never annoying and had her own life – great secondary character.
  8. Reepicheep from The Chronicles of Narnia – I spent most of my childhood begging my parents for a mouse because of Reepicheep.
  9. Rudy Steiner from The Book Thief- is anyone else SO excited for the movie? The trailer was SOOOO good!
  10. The White Rabbit from Alice in Wonderland – again, I pestered my parents for a rabbit to no avail!

So that is it for this weeks top ten! Sorry I have being a bit absent recently – I have managed to catch a stupid stomach bug that just isn’t going away. Hopefully soon I will be better and everything will get back to normal.

Laura

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