Jorie’s Top Ten Most Infuriating Characters


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  1. Charlie Grey of Anna Godbersen’s Bright Young Things Series
  2. Scarlett O’Hara of Margaret Mitchell’s Gone With the Wind
  3. The Color Man of Christopher Moore’s Sacré Bleu: A Comedy D’Art
  4. Josie Cormier of Jodi Picoult’s Nineteen Minutes
  5. Sir Hugh Swynford of Anya Seton’s Katherine
  6. Katherine Hamilton of Sarah Dessen’s What Happened to Goodbye
  7. Luke O’Neill of Colleen McCullough’s The Thornbirds
  8. Regan of William Shakespeare’s King Lear
  9. Elizabeth Wakefield of Francine Pascal’s Sweet Valley Confidential
  10. Aunt Paula of Jean Kwok’s Girl in Translation
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3 thoughts on “Jorie’s Top Ten Most Infuriating Characters

  1. It’s been a really long time since I’ve read The Thornbirds, but I think Meggie and Ralph really frustrated me. Ralph because he is such a hypocrite. And Meggie because she is obsessed with Ralph. I really liked her daughter Josephine, though.

  2. Pingback: The Sunday Post ~ sharing blog news and book haul ~ Jorie’s 22nd Edition « Jorie's Reads

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