Top Ten Infuriating Characters
Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly meme hosted by The Broke and the Bookish.
1. Claire (Ask the Passengers)
Claire is nearly everything a mother shouldn't be.
2. Susan (The Last Battle)
SPOILER: The fact that Susan denied Narnia in the end existed ticked me off *so* much.
3. Umbridge (Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix)
Who didn't want to punch this woman, seriously?
4. Margo Roth Spiegelman (Paper Towns)
Don't get me wrong- I *love* this book and don't completely dislike Margo. I thought she was cool, but selfish. I think she's meant to be a bit frustrating.
5. Jen (So Yesterday)
I liked her initially, but she was fairly cliche and her actions, especially at the end, didn't always fit her characterizations.
6. Sharon (Audrey, Wait!)
She's the mean girl in this book and she fills her role perfectly.
7. Brother Leon (The Chocolate War)
There are no words to describe this man except, perhaps, evil.
8. TOM SAWYER
I consider Tom Sawyer to be the most irritating character in all of American literature. Huck Finn would have been a *much* better book if he hadn't returned for the last few chapters.
9. The King and the Duke (The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn)
They were around for far, far too long. Ugh.
I'm going to have to stop there for this week. I'll add more if I can think of any others.
Which characters did you find frustrating?