Top Ten Tuesday is a feature hosted by The Broke and the Bookish
Today’s Top Ten is characters I want to sit with at the school lunch table. I am a long way from school, but it’s not hard to imagine which characters I would want sharing my lunch table. These characters would have made my life fun and entertaining, not to mention would have made great friends. This time around I have more than 10, so I’ll put some people in groups.
1. Harry, Hermione, Ron, Fred and George from the Harry Potter series by J.K. Rowling- These characters range from loyal to witty to clever to fun to awkward. But every single one of them is amazing. Harry’s loyalty, Ron’s awkwardness, Hermione’s wit and intelligence, Fred and George’s naughtiness and fun element would make our lunch table a riot, not to mention diverse.
2. Percy, Annabeth, Tyson and Grover from the Percy Jackson series by Rick Riordan- Again a diverse group of characters like Harry Potter. I’m pretty sure the two groups will get along very well too. Annabeth and Hermione might end up being the best of friends and Fred and George will have an accomplice in the form of Grover.
3. Anna from Anna and the French Kiss by Stephanie Perkins- I always loved Anna. She was smart and quirky, witty and sarcastic and so much fun.
4. Lola from Lola and the Boy Next Door by Stephanie Perkins- Lola is creative, quirky, fun. She doesn’t care about what people think about her as long as she is happy. A girl after my own heart. We would have been the best of friends.
5. Robin Goodfellow a.k.a Puck from The Iron Fey series by Julie Kagawa- Puck is naughtiness incarnate. His one-liners and wittiness will just be the spice of the table. He’ll find his soul-brothers(if that’s even a word) in Fred and George. The three of them will be the life of the party, or rather my lunch table.
6. Breckin from Hopeless by Colleen Hoover- He is gay and a Mormon and awesome as all get out. I totally love him.
7. Six from Finding Cinderella by Colleen Hoover- Six is the best friend of Sky from Hopeless. She is fun, independent, has a filthy mouth and just plain awesome. She is spunky, sassy and feisty and I love her.
8. Morpheus from Splintered by A.G. Howard- A creature of the Wonderland, Morpheus is as much a devil as anything else. He is nefarious, but also fun and sexy. He is going to be the bad boy of my lunch table.
9. Alice Mae from Death of the Mad Hatter by Sarah J. Pepper- Alice oozes self confidence and is happy with all that she is. She may be sly and by her own admission manipulative, but she is kick-ass.
10. Leo, Hazel and Frank from the Heroes of Olympus series by Rick Riordan- Again some great characters I would love at my lunch table. Leo is fun and humorous, Hazel is a bit reserved but smart and Frank is a little bit awkward but just plain lovable.
So here are my table-mates. Who all made it to your table?