This post is one of the Friday Fun Features thought up by Jamie over at the Perpetual Page Turner. It’s basically a bookish yearbook of sorts– where one nominates a certain book or character for a category one thinks they fit in! I hope you like my choices, because I do Happy reading everyone!
Most Likely To Change The World: Katniss Everdeen (The Hunger Games). She’s done it once before, essentially. Why not twice, if she can help it? (She can).
Cutest Couple: Amy Curry / Roger Sullivan (Amy And Roger’s Epic Detour). I was covered in ants and developed susceptibility to diabetes because of how sweet they were in this book.
Class Clown: Leo Valdez (The Heroes Of Olympus). I was practically in hysterics every time he said something funny! my favorite demigod, hands down.
Most Likely To Become Famous For Their Athletic/Musical/Artistic Abilities: Mia (If I Stay). She’s the only one I remember who fits into this category (forgive me). I do think she’s extremely talented though! So, why not?
All Around Good Person: James Carstairs (The Infernal Devices). Trust me on this one. He can do no wrong.
Biggest Flirt: Declan Lynch (The Raven Cycle). This is probably the least of characteristics Ronan uses against him. I don’t get it, because Ronan is a thousand times more attractive.
Most Likely To Be Fought Over: Maxon Schreave (The Selection). Well uhm. People are actually fighting over him. Team Amerixon / Maxerica, anyone?
Most Likely To Be Friends Forever: Harry Potter/ Hermione Granger/Ron Weasley (Harry Potter). Forever after. Harry will just have to third wheel perpetually.
Most Likely To Have Their Own Reality Show: Kenji Kishimoto (Shatter Me). His lines are the bomb diggity. I MEAN IT.
Most Unique: Cinder (Cinder). I’ve never come across anyone quite like her. And she’s not even human, really, and I like that. Unique is the way to go!
Most Likely To Survive An Apocalypse: Cassiopeia (The 5th Wave) She’s already making progress in this aspect. Who knows? She just might, after all.
Most Likely To Be A Villain: The Darkling (The Grisha). Well, I just knew it. I KNEW IT.
Most Likely To Break Your Heart: Willem de Ruiter (Just One Day). Just One Year is my only hope of putting the pieces back together.
Biggest Wallflower: Charlie (The Perks Of Being A Wallflower). Well, he did admit it.
Most Changed: Aaron Warner (Shatter Me). My thoughts on him seriously did a 360. Please refer to Unravel Me. Chapter 62. He was just. OH GOD.
Most Likely To Get Arrested: Dante Walker (Dante Walker). Arrogant bastards get into loads of trouble. I still don’t disprove of him, though.
Self-Proclaimed God/Goddess: Dante Walker (Dante Walker). Arrogant bastards get into loads of trouble. He is clearly the most bad-ass, anti-hero motherfather I have so far come across (I try to lay low on the profanity, but you guys should know I adore his character despite this. I don’t even get it. So yeah, you go Dante! Drop it like its hot).
Best Person To Bring Home To Mom And Dad: Simon (The Mortal Instruments). I don’t even understand what this means. But just because I’m having a Robert Sheehan hangover, I’m going to have to refer to him somehow in this post.
Most Likely To Make You Cry: Second Chance Summer (Morgan Matson). It made me cry. You might not be any different, assuming I’m not that sensitive.
Dares To Be Different: Love Is All You Need (Deb Caletti). It’s a two in one, you guys. Never seen anything like it.
Best Dressed: Across The Universe (Beth Revis). Covergasm for this one.
Most Likely To Make You Swoon: Where She Went (Gayle Forman). Because it makes me swoon. And monumentally so.
Loveliest Prose: The Fault In Our Stars (John Green). Classic John Green. It took me two seconds to figure this one out.
Most Likely To Be A Favorite of 2013: Allegiant (Veronica Roth). Hoping against hope.
Books You Are Most Likely To Keep Putting Off: The Mortal Instruments (Cassandra Clare). Until the last book is released, at least!
Most Likely To End Up As A Christmas Gift For Everyone You Know: Eleanor and Park (Rainbow Rowell). Just call me Santa Claus, you guys. Cause I got some serious goodies.
Most Likely To Be Thrown: September Girls (Bennett Madison). This isn’t even a “most likely”.
Most Likely To Be Reread More Than Once: The Raven Boys (Maggie Stiefvater). So much love, it hurts. And yes, I am rereading it this very second.
Most Likely To Make You Read Through An Earthquake Because It’s That Engrossing: Heist Society (Ally Carter). This was a page-turner. Like, legit.
Most Likely To Be Passed On To Your Children: Percy Jackson And The Olympians (Rick Riordan). They will love him, I can feel it!
Most Likely To Break Your Heart Into A Million Pieces: Requiem (Lauren Oliver). Never read it, but people say it wasn’t the ending they had hoped for.
Most Likely To Brighten Up Your Day: Anna And The French Kiss (Stephanie Perkins). Never read this one either, but I feel like I am seriously missing out. I was going to buy it last week, but my mom snuck a peek into the title and told me she disapproved. I don’t think she understands.