Top Ten Tuesday: Characters You’d Love To Revisit As Adults

toptentuesday2Welcome to Top Ten Tuesday!

Top Ten Tuesday is an original feature/weekly meme created by The Broke and the Bookish.

This week: Ten Childhood Characters You’d Love To Revisit As Adults! With some favourite characters, like Mia Thermopolis, Jessica Darling, or Hermione Granger, I’ve had the tremendous luck to be able to follow them into adulthood AND love who they had become. Some characters that I love…well, I’m not sure I’d want to revisit as I genuinely want to leave them as I adore and remember them.

But who else would I like to revisit as an adult? In no particular order, here are my picks. The characters are mostly from the teen genre, some old and beloved favourites, and some wonderfully memorable characters from recently read stand-out YA:


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Which characters would you like to revisit?

Don’t forget to check out the post on The Broke and the Bookish and have a look at other great lists!

Author: michelle@fabbookreviews

Reference & Children's Librarian. Reader. Reviewer.

3 thoughts

  1. I would love to see what happened to Jill and Mandy for How to Save a Life also. That was a tough book. I don’t think I liked one single character, and yet I still enjoyed the book. Also I really want to read Exit, Pursued by a Bear… I’ve only heard good things!!

  2. I have not yet read the books on your list, but they are definitely on my TBR! Especially The Statistical Probability of Love at First Sight is high on the list as it seems to be the perfect summer read 🙂

  3. YES! Hadley sounds like a great pick. I’ve not read this particular Jennifer E. Smith novel, but do love her writing. Plus, isn’t “Statistical” the novel being adapted as a film? Cannot wait for that one!’

    Thanks SO much for visiting Finding Wonderland.

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