Hello, our little cherry blossoms!! We’re back today with a book list…on five book characters we want to have a book on in their POV (aka point of view). These characters to us have proven to be worthy of having their own books, in the sense that they have intrigued us (some immediately and others gradually).
- Kenji Kishimoto from the Shatter Me series by Tahereh Mafi
Through Mafi’s introduction of Kenji, it wasn’t long till we figured out he was that lovable ‘clown’ of the group! What caught our interest was his backstory on how he got his *minor spoiler*
invisibilitypowers, which actually may have been explained in her recent addition to the trilogy, but have not got around to reading 😦
Kenji is just an overall cool guy who most likely (like any cool funny character) would have a tragic past that just needs to be shared for us readers to shed more of our tears to quench the
evilauthors’ thirst….. like how did he end up with just a trolley as his only possession.
- Belial from the Penryn and the End of Days trilogy by Susan Ee
Throughout the series, Belial’s character is quite sad…we just want to know what this evil
poor soulwas thinking. Don’t know why but he gives us a Draco Malfoy vibe – a character with conflicted emotions and expectations, which kinda made him evil…*sad face*
It goes without saying Belial’s tragic past caught us off guard, as a result we need his point of view…like right now.
- Nehemia Ytger from the Throne of Glass series by Sarah J. Maas
We can’t say much, else we’d spoil too much – so to put it shortly we want her backstory or a prequel of sorts that made her do certain actions. Like damnn, Nehemia what on earth were you thinking!!! And why would you do that to yoself!!!??!
- Sebastian Verlac from The Mortal Instrument series by Cassandra Clare
As most of you should probably know since this series is practically everywhere and it’s truly hard to avoid spoilers from this series (but if you’re determined to be non-spoilered – look away this is a *SPOILER*), Sebastian Verlac (aka Jonathan Morgenstern) is the bad guy who one should feel pity for.
What we want is his POV on what he was thinking and feeling throughout the series – like what monstrous thoughts was he thinking while killing dozens of Shadowhunters?? or what was he feeling when he finally got his sister, Clary???? happiness??hatred??!!? If there ever were to be a book about him (which could always be a possibility with Clare’s super-fast writing skills) – it would be a sad story of an innocent boy being morphed into something evil…
- Sally Jackson and Poseidon from the Percy Jackson and the Olympians series by Rick Riordan
Right from the start did we always have that nagging voice always being curious about Percy’s parents meeting and their relationship. It boggled our minds that every half-blood/demi-god out there practically had a different human parent from their siblings. Like we know that Poseidon and Sally both loved each other…and things held them back…BUT GIVE US MORE!! LIKE THESE ARE THE PARENTS OF THE SASSYPRINCE SEAWEED BRAIN PERSEUS JACKSON!!!…like his parents must be cool af and we just need to see
readtheir interaction…even if it may make a bitter-sweet feeling as we all know they kinda move on…*double sad face*
What characters do you think deserve their own books? Do you
disagree with us? Which characters do you just need MORE of and when will the author just give it to us??
Ciao from the Twins 😉