Wednesday, July 22, 2015

Top 5 Wednesday: Side Characters That Deserve Their Own Series

Top 5 Wednesdays was created by the booktuber gingerreadsLainey for the booktube community, but now bloggers also have a chance in participating. If you are interested in Top 5 Wednesday, there is a Goodreads group where you can find a list of participants as well as Top 5 Wednesday topics.

This Wednesday the topic is "Side Characters That Deserve Their Own Series" and I'm not sure if I want this characters to have their own series but at least one book about them will be good :)

Peter Kavinsky from "To All the Boys I've Loved Before"
I've just finnished this book and I loved Peter. I would like it if there is a book from his POV because he is sooo cute and it will be so much fun to read it.

Zusa from "Shadowdance" series
Zusa is so sassy and badass and such a good fighter. I would love a book about her life before "Shadowdance" and how she became such an amazing person.

Daniel Grigori from "Fallen" series
Now, I absolutely hated this book but throughout the whole thing I was thinking that it would have been so much better if it was from Daniel's yeah.

Jean-Claude from "Anita Blake, Vampire Hunter" series
While I don't like Anita's at all...I love Jean-Claude and I think that a book from his POV will be great.

Albus Dumbledore from "Harry Potter" series
Well, who wouldn't want books about him. I mean, he is awesome and funny and wise and I would love a book about his story. J.K. Rowling needs to start writing a series about him ASAP...

So, this is my top 5 side characters that deserve their own series or at least one book. Tell me what you think about my picks in the comments.


  1. I agree with Dumbledore and maybe one about The Mauraders too

  2. I agree with Jean-Claude. I stopped reading that series around Book 8 because Anita was getting on my nerves. I think the series has gone on way too far!

  3. I had a character from P.S. I Still Love You on my list as well as one of the marauders! Dumbledore, however, would be super interesting. It might be a little cluttered at time, but to be inside his head would be priceless.
    -Monica @ Tomes Project