Top Ten Most Frustrating Characters Ever
Wow. This is a hard one. It’s hard to remember specific people in books and how I felt about them, so I definitely had to look back on my old reviews. Here’s what I came up with:
1. Bella Swan from the Twilight by Stephenie Meyer - Omg. She was so annoying when she talked about Edward, which was basically the whole time. She was a weak female character and I didn’t like that.
2. Alaska Young from Looking For Alaska by John Green – I hated her. She was so frustrating. Alaska seemed fake and she just wanted attention, I can’t believe people actually liked her. So disappointing.
3. Izzy from Crazy by Amy Reed – Izzy was definitely infuriating. She was so self-involved. I can’t stand characters like that, mental illness or not. It gets on my nerves.
4. Allison from The Immortal Rules by Julie Kagawa – As I had said in my review, she kept putting herself in bad situations that she could have easily avoided. So annoying.
5. Charlie from The Perks of Being a Wallflower by Stephen Chbosky – ALL THAT CRYING… oh my goodness. I couldn’t deal with it. He cried soooooo much.
6. Ever from Skinny by Donna Cooner – Ever spent all her time complaining about every little thing instead of focusing about what was going on with her.
7. Augustus from The Fault In Our Stars by John Green – This boy pissed me off. He was so unrealistic and annoying. I kind of liked him, but at the same time I hated him, if that makes any sense.
8. Callie from The Coincidence of Callie & Kayden by Jessica Sorensen – Callie acted the victim for the most part, but when she was with Kayden she seemed pretty okay to me. That annoyed me.
9. Jude from Crash by Nicole Williams – Why did anyone like him at all? He was such a bad person, he “loved” Lucy but kept doing things to hurt her. Ugh. Pathetic.
10. Jane from Dark Companion by Marta Acosta – This one was just so weird. She had some weird multiple personality thing going on. First she was shy, then she was some crazy, wild person, then shy again… I don’t know. Oh, and she was a total pushover, when it was obvious that the guy she liked was totally using her.