Tuesday, April 28, 2015

TTT: Books Which Feature Characters who Trouble Always seems to Find!

Top Ten Tuesday is an original feature/weekly meme created at The Broke and the BookishEach week we will post a new Top Ten list. Everyone is welcome to join.   

This week's topic is:
Top Ten Books Which Feature Characters Who Trouble always seems to Find!

Broken Hearts, Fences, and Other Things to Mend (Broken Hearts & Revenge, #1)Rebel Belle (Rebel Belle, #1)
1. Gemma from Broken Hearts, Fences, and Other Things to Mend by Katie Finn: It really didn't matter what she did, it always ended badly. Whether it be a good thing or a bad thing, trouble always seemed to find her where ever she went! In book two, it gets worse lol 

2. Harper from Rebel Belle by Rachel Hawkins: Umm look what happened to her at prom. That's enough explanation. And it all stemmed from forgetting some lip gloss smh

Liars, Inc.The Return (Titan, #1)
3. Max from Liars, Inc by Paula Stokes: Did you see the freaking stuff he went through? His past and everything that started happening to him as a teen?! Smh Most of it wasn't his fault, but still it's like he can't avoid trouble. 

4. Seth from The Return by Jennifer L. Armentrout: If you've read the Covenant series as well, you know exactly what I mean. He basically ATTRACTS trouble. And he's been that way from the very beginning. 

Blackbird (Blackbird, #1)The Winner's Crime (The Winner's Trilogy, #2)
5. Blackbird from Blackbird by Anna Carey: It was never really explained what led to her getting captured in this book, but it all comes to light in the next one. Both times, it seemed like trouble was just following her. Everything she did ended up badly. 

6. Kestrel from The Winner's Crime by Marie Rutkoski: No matter what she did in this book, was discovered. And the end result wasn't pretty! When I read it I had to think that trouble couldn't keep following her like that. Even the most bad ass people need a break lol 

The Lightning Thief (Percy Jackson and the Olympians, #1)Cinder (The Lunar Chronicles, #1)
7. Percy from Percy Jackson and the Lightning Thief by Rick Riordan: Percy has a whole two series dedicated to him and all the trouble that''s following him and his friends. Every time one thing gets fixed, something else goes wrong. All those freakin prophecies prove is they are a world of trouble. 

8. Cinder from Cinder by Marissa Meyer: She's a cyborg (although I think that's pretty damn cool!), she's a convictd criminal, and she has all types of pressure on her. One false move and shit could go extremely wrong! And most times it has. She is always in trouble smh

Half-Blood (Covenant, #1)Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone (Harry Potter, #1)
9. Alex and Seth from the Covenant series: Alex's excuse was she was stubborn as hell. She didn't listen to anyone and most of the time ended up doing what they suggested, just in her own more difficult way. And by that I mean with something happening every time she turned around. And as for Seth, this is where his freaking trouble started. And it followed him to the next series smh

10. Harry, Hermione, and Ron from the Harry Potter series: Seven books and they stayed in trouble the whole time! From talking heads, to giant spiders, to flying cars, most of the things they did resulted in something bad... At least for a little while. 


  1. Oh nice picks! This one would've been fun to do! And naturally Harry and his friends have to go on the list too! There have been sooo many characters who can't seem to help but find trouble! Excellent picks!

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  2. Haha, yes to so many of these. Have I mentioned how jealous I am that you have been able to read Deadfall? I cannot wait to learn more about that character and how she got to be where she was in Blackbird and beforehand! Great list.
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