Tuesday, April 26, 2011

Top Ten Tuesday

Today I'm participating in Top Ten Tuesday hosted by The Broke and the Bookish




This week's Top Ten Tuesday is Top Ten Rewind:  Top Ten Mean Girls in Books


1.  Britney from The Lipstick Laws by Amy Holder.  This is one ridiculously, crazy mean girl.  I would not want to get on her bad side.

2.  Trista from Populazzi by Elise Allen.  This girl was a conviving, horrible person.  She was mean and back-stabbing. 

3.  Dolores Umbridge from The Harry Potter Series by J.K. Rowling.  She tried having absolute power over everybody and everything.  I cringe everytime she is mentioned in the books.

4.  Bellatrix Lestrange from The Harry Potter Series by J.K. Rowling.  Anyone who would chant that they killed Serius Black has to make it on my list of mean girls.  Plus she hurt Neville's parents and that will always make me strongly dislike her.

5.  Caterina from Lost Voices by Sarah Porter.  She was a jealous leader who made some bad choices and was a hypocrite.  

6.  Rosalie from The Twilight Series by Stephanie Meyers.  She was so judgemental and sarcastic and down-right rude at times, but you couldn't help but love her.  

7.  Annie from The Betrayal of Maggie Blaire by Elizabeth Laird.  Her lies and coniving personality just kept hurting Maggie and her family over and over.  

That's all I can think of for now.  I can't wait to read about everyone's else's favorite mean girls.   

19 comments:

  1. OMG!!! You've included Trista with some of my favorite evil characters ever!!!! I LOVE IT!!!! I'm ecstatic, and Trista would be honored.

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  2. Great list. I can't believe I forgot Dolores Umbridge on my list, she should have been at the top!

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  3. I'm impressed you got so far on this! I could hardly come up with any!

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  4. I can't wait to read Lost Voices. And I agree with a lot of your choices.

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  5. Great list! I'd have Alice Parrie from Beautiful Malice on that list as well, and Anna from Some Girls Are by Courtney Summers. Aphrodite from the House of Night series! Mean, mean, mean!

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  6. Awesome list of literary mean girls! Rosalie is perfect, as well as Bellatrix & Dolores Umbridge. Looking forward to reading the other books on your list!

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  7. I'm not sure how I forgot about dear old Bellatrix. Both her and Dolores knew exactly how to get under my skin!!!

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  8. This week's topic was hard! Thanks for stopping by my blog :-)

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  9. Not familiar with all of your picks though we agreed on some.

    Rachel-Endless Reading

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  10. I can't believe I did not think of Umbridge and Bellatrix...! Nice list! :)

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  11. Great list, and awesome call with Caterina. I forgot about her!

    New blog follower :)

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  12. Thanks for stopping by my Top Ten today!

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  13. Thanks for stopping by my blog. Bellatrix and Rosalie are both good choices. The more I read everyone's list, I could've probably come up with a list with at least 100 names. :)

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  14. great list! I can't believe I overlooked Harry Potter! Thanks for stopping by today. Kaye—the road goes ever ever on

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  15. Agree on Bellatrix and Umbridge. I'm not familiar enough with the rest to comment, but I'm sure they're good choices.

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  16. Ha ha!!! Definitely Rosalie! I didn't even think about her!

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  17. Great list. Your Harry Potter choices are really good. Thanks for sharing :)

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  18. Dolores Umbridge. Good thinking!
    My FF

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