Top Ten Tuesday is weekly theme hosted over at The Broke and The Bookish.
So it's Tuesday once again. Funny how that day keeps coming around. Anyway, Tuesdays bring lots of fun things - NCIS, NCIS New Orleans, Agents of SHIELD (if you watch that one), new movie, cd, and book releases. And of course Top Ten Tuesday. This week the topic is the top ten books that are character driven novels. I actually found this one to be rather hard. I mean, how many books can I actually say that I've read that are character driven? Let's see what ones I managed to come up with.
I've seen that Harry has a lot of responsibility for one so young. And to me, the way that he manages it is part of the delight of this series.
I think that Frodo's journey is one that truly shows friendships. The meaning of what exactly a true friend is.
I'll admit, that it took me halfway through Hunger Games to like the book. I adored Catching Fire, and felt I needed therapy after Mockingjay. Because just how much can one person endure?
I don't think I've ever read (or seen or heard) a book that is a character driven as this. This story has become my favorite Broadway musical, but it's the story of forgiveness that gets me every time.
I love Anne. I've loved the books growing up and the movies. Anne's tale is one that helps me to dream.
I've read this book many times. It is a beautiful story of grace, forgiveness, and unconditional love. I'd have to say that this particular book is driven by both Angel & Michael.
I couldn't just pick one of this series. They are too beautiful. Seriously read them.
I thought both of these books showed how important family is to each other. And I just loved them.
So there you have it. My list. And yes, I selected movie covers on most of them. What would you say your top ten character driven novels are? Share in the comments.