Six for Sunday: Characters who deserve their own book
Oh my goodness, I thought that last week’s prompt was the toughest yet…and then I saw this prompt! This is hard!
Here are a few characters who I think deserve their own book, or spin-off series:
Mr Watanabe from Summer Bird Blue by Akemi Dawn Bowman
I don’t think that I was alone is absolutely adoring this grumpy old man who befriends Rumi in Hawaii. I would totally read a book all about him! See my full review of Summer Bird Blue here.
Malkin from Cogheart by Peter Bunzl
What do mechanimals think? How does Malkin spend his days when his family are busy with other things? I would love to get inside his head a bit more and read a book from his perspective!
Inej from Six of Crows by Leigh Bardugo
Inej is such a great character, but also one of the most guarded and hidden away. I would love to find out more about her!
Gavriel from The Coldest Girl in Coldtown by Holly Black
Gavriel is a weird, unhinged vampire who has lived through hundreds of years of history and has experience some of the highs and lows of human existence. I would love to read about his backstory!
Luna Lovegood from Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix by J.K. Rowling
Luna is such an interesting character – I wish we knew more about her! I would be very intrigued to read a series of books about her exploits after leaving Hogwarts.
Malachy Boyle (Fionn’s grandfather) from The Storm-Keeper’s Island by Catherine Doyle
I adored this book, as visitors to my blog will know (see my full review here) and part of the reason is that I have a very soft spot for old people (see also Mr Watanabe!) Malachy is losing his memories, but the candles hold snippets of his story. I would love to read more about him and his adventures.
Which characters do you think deserve their own book?
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