Top Ten Tuesday is a Bookish Meme hosted by The Broke and The Bookish, and this week’s theme is All About The Villains: top ten favorite/most compelling villains in books, top ten of the most vile villains/bad guys in books, top ten villains I secretly (or not so secretly) love, favorite tv villains, favorite comic book villains, ten “villains” of contemporary lit.
Villains are so interesting. I think that with anything you watch or read, you should be able to turn it around and see how it makes sense from the antagonist’s point of view. If you can’t, it’s really a boring story. So the villains I tend to like are the one’s whose motives make total sense- it’s only in their execution that you see them as bad.
I decided to do Top
Ten Twelve Books I Wish I Could Read from the Villains POV this week. Some of these are books that I think would be so interesting to see how the villains turned evil, and others I think would just be hilarious. So without further ado, here are my choices:
Seriously, how great would it be to see some of these books from the villains POV? My Lady Jane would be (even more) hilarious, and The CHRONOS Files would be (not that it isn’t already) fantastic!
What about you? What books do you wish you could read from another POV? Let me know in the comments, and be sure to link up your TTT!
Well Wishes & Candy Fishes,