Ten Characters You Just Didn’t Click With

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Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly meme hosted by The Broke and the Bookish. Each week they post a new Top Ten list and everyone is welcome to join. This week’s theme is “Ten Characters You Just Didn’t Click With”. This was a hard list for me. I had to go through my Goodreads lists to see which books I gave lower ratings. And still only came up with 3.

  1. Cathy and Heathcliff from Wuthering Heights by Emily Bronte

    Wuthering Heights
    I tried to read this book in high school and hated it the entire time. Cathy and Heathcliff are just terrible people. Not a fan.

  2. Johnny Jefferson from Baby Be Mine by Paige Toon

    Baby Be Mine (Johnny Be Good, #2)
    I randomly downloaded and read this book one night. It realized too late that it was a sequel and that you really need read the first book. I made a mistake by trying to stick it out through the book. Johnny was a stereotypical, horrible rock star and the heroine wasn’t much better.

  3. Emma Woodhouse from Emma by Jane Austen 

    Emma When I first read Emma a few years ago, I really wasn’t a fan of the heroine, which had surprised me because I really liked Jane Austen’s other works, especially Persuasion. I recently watched the YouTube adaptation of Emma, Emma Approved, and found the main character a lot more likable and relatable. Maybe I’ll reread the book and form new opinions about Emma.

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3 responses to “Ten Characters You Just Didn’t Click With

  1. I have several on my list, but would never put Cathy, Heathcliff, and Emma on them. Love them all!

  2. I liked Emma but I totally agree with Cathy & Heathcliff – still have never finished WH because I just don’t like either of them lol My TTT

  3. So much yes to Cathy and Heathcliff. I tried really hard to like them, but they were just annoying and awful people. Great list!

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