This week’s question: Pick three book characters . . . Kiss? Marry? Kill?
Answer: This question is hard because I mostly read YA. I don’t want to kiss, marry, or kill a teenager.
So, can I kiss someone in a totally non-romantic way? If I can, I pick Charlie from The Perks of Being a Wallflower by Stephen Chbosky. He seems like a sweet, immature kid who needs an adult to help him with life.
Marry is also challenging because I have issues with most of the fictional guys I’ve encountered. If I had to marry a fictional person, I’d pick Levi from Fangirl by Rainbow Rowell. He’s a little clingy for my tastes, but he’s a nice guy.
Kill is the easiest one for me. I’d kill Susannah Dean from Stephen King’s Dark Tower series. She’s one of the good guys, but she’s also one of the most annoying characters I’ve ever read. I don’t like the way she speaks or her multiple personalities. I spent the whole series wishing that someone would kill her.
What about you? Who would you kiss, marry, or kill?
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