Top Ten Favourite Character Names From Books

Posted June 28, 2016 in Books, Top Ten Tuesday / Leave a comment!

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This week is a freebie week! These weeks are the hardest for me because there are so many fun things to pick! This week I decided to go with my favourite names I’ve found from books. I actually have a spreadsheet where I write my absolute favourite ones down because I love seeing some of the interesting names some authors come up with! Here’s my top ten as of right now. (These change daily because there’s so much!)

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Emma from Emma, Kai from Cinder, Ashaya from Hostage to Pleasure, Kishan from Tiger’s Curse
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Jezebel from Night World, Declan from Undone, Aldrik from Air Awakens, Gavril from Sea of Shadows
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Shazi from The Wrath and the Dawn, Seraphina from Seraphina

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7 responses to “Top Ten Favourite Character Names From Books

  1. Serephina is such a cool name! Mine will always be Magnus Bane. It just sounds so cool. And Frodo and Bilbo Baggins (its even better if you add ‘of bag-end’ to the end)

  2. Nice topic! I need to make a note of it for the next TTT — this could be fun! Seraphina and Shazi both have such nice sounds to them (even I haven’t read the books… yet.) There are really great names in all of Jane Austen’s works, but I also like some of her nastier ones, like Mr. Suckling as the name of the super rich brother-in-law in Emma. Makes me laugh every time.

    My TTT

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