It’s Blogtober Day 23 and I’m back again with a new Top Ten Tuesday! TTT has actually moved from The Broke and the Bookish now and is actually over at That Artsy Reader Girl so go and check out everyone’s posts over there!
This week’s TTT is all about one of my favourite topics – VILLAINS! I absolutely love a good villain, and sometimes they’re my favourite parts of books. It was very hard to talk about just 10 of my favourite villains, but I think I got most of my favourites down! Let’s go!
Victor Vale – Vicious by V. E. Schwab
I mean this book is literally entirely about villains so how could I not mention it? Victor is such an amazing character and the definition of a lovable villain for definite!
Nova is the badass, strong woman I aspire to be! She has been through so much, and I love how she can be villainous but also so kind hearted!
One of the original villains, how could I not mention him? Cunning, diabolical and a direct match for the great mind of Sherlock Holmes – what a villain he is!
She makes me SO angry, but I guess that’s a good villain when they cause you that much hatred you can’t even see their name without being annoyed!
They’re so well hidden, and I love that they can manipulate so many things to their advantage. Also the fight between Aelin and the Valg will FOREVER be my favourite!
I know a lot of people hated Joffrey the most, but Cersei is the epitome of evil in this series! Not only does she cause hell for SO many people, but she also doesn’t stop Joffrey from his reign of havoc and I just love how diabolical she is!
A killer clown? That can change into your darkest fears? AMAZING! Terrifying as heck, but the definition of what makes a good villain!
I can’t say too much because this isn’t out yet, but let me tell you she is a villain you can’t help but HATE in the best way! She is written so well, and I have never felt hatred towards a character so much – just how I like a villain!
Honestly? I wouldn’t call her a villain as much as I would call her the actual queen of hidden plans and murder.
He was so well written, and I really loved his view on Red London – but I also wanted him to die so badly! Victoria is truly the queen of great villains!
I hope you enjoyed this post, let me know what your thoughts are of some of my favourite villains! How can you not love a good villain right??? Who are you favourite villains? Leave a comment with your TTT – I’d love to read it!
Until next time,