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Book characters can either make or break a book for me. If I loved the characters, I basically loved the book. Here are some of my favourite character-driven books.
1. Four: A Divergent Series Collection by: Veronica Roth
I fell in love with Four's drive, confidence and brave nature. I'm sure you will too!
2. Where She Went (If I Stay #2) by: Gayle Foreman
This book follows Adam's struggles being in the public eye, and I loved his bravery towards the people he loves.
3. Skinny by: Donna Cooner
This story follows a girl longing for change in her life, and you'll fall in love with her courage.
4. Eleanor and Park by: Rainbow Rowell
This stunning tale was amazing at capturing the struggles of two teens and their fight for love.
5. Prom and Prejudice by: Elizabeth Eulberg
I loved the main character's passion to be her own person.
6. The Outsiders by: S.E. Hinton
One of my favourite books because of its characters' love and friendship towards one another.
7. North of Beautiful by: Justina Chen
I liked this main character's powerful message that she wanted to send about self-esteem.
8. The House of Hades (Heroes of Olympus #4) by: Rick Riordan
I loved all of the characters' friendship and compassion towards each other throughout the series, but particularly in this book. A great series!
9. The Great Gatsby by: F. Scott Fitzgerald
This is very much a classic novel, and is not for everyone, however I loved all of the characters, in particular, Gatsby.
10. City Of Bones by: Cassandra Clare
I wasn't too keen on the plot of this book, but I continued reading because of the versatility of characters. They were funny, dramatic, wise and kept the book interesting.
What character-driven books do you like? I'd love to know!
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