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Top Ten Characters Who Are Book Nerds
As much as I love reading, I don’t pay a lot of attention to how bookish characters are. It was easy first (I just had to get the obvious ones out of the way) and it did get a little harder, but I managed to come up with more than I thought.
- Cath from Fangirl by Rainbow Rowell. She wrote Carry On, and really, it’s a book about the life of a major book nerd. It’s one of the first characters I thought of.
- Hermione. No list about book nerds is complete unless Hermione is on it.
- Darcy Patel from Afterworlds by Scott Patel. She’s a YA writer, who’s actually writing a novel that’s told alongside Darcy’s story. It’s a pretty cool story-within-a-story.
- Calaena from Throne Of Glass by Sara J Maas. I just think it’s cool that she’s an assassin who likes to read.
- The Eyre Affair by Jasper Fforde. There’s time travel in order to save Jane Eyre (the book) from being destroyed. It’s a fun book, but I think it’s probably best appreciated by English majors.
- Marion from Beautiful Creatures by Kami Garcia and Margaret Stohl. She’s a pretty awesome librarian.
- Shenandoah from The Trial Of Dr Kate by Michael Glasscock. This book is part of a series (each one is a stand alone, so you can read them in any order), and I really liked it because I liked how Shenandoah (a reporter covering the trial) intersected with Dr Kate’s trial.
- The Bookstore by Deborah Meyler. The Bookstore is about Esme, who works at a bookstore called The Owl. The Owl stands out the most, and it seems like quite the bookstore. If it were real, I’d go there.
- Mia from The Princess Diaries by Meg Cabot. Because of the diary writing. And I think I heard something about an actual book written by the fictional Mia, which totally makes her bookish.
- Kyra from The Chosen One by Carol Lynch Williams. Books saved her life- her secret trips to the Bookmobile got her reading, and out of the isolated community she lived in.