Top Ten Tuesday is an original feature/weekly meme created at The Broke and the Bookish.
This weeks theme:
Top Ten Heroines
The majority of these heroines are from more recent reads from me.
1. Celaena - Throne of Glass Series by Sarah J. Maas
Celaena is a perfect heroine for her imperfections. She can kill you while wearing a beautiful dress, that takes mad skillz. This girl just doesn't a break. She is best part of the series.
2. Kestral - The Winner's Trilogy by Marie Rutkoski
This girl has to deal with a lot and she may not always choose the best things but she has great intentions. She can use a dagger and play the piano. Winning.
3. Rose - The Vampire Academy Series by Richelle Mead
Rose is one of my all time favorite heroines. I adore her in every way. She is sassy and kick-ass. Now I really want to reread this series just thinking about it.
4. Micheline - Shutter by Courtney Alameda
She be taking out them ghosts and taking names. Micheline is such a dark character and I loved that. She reminds me a lot of Selene form Underworld. She is very passionate and determined. She is also extremely badass.
5. Tella - Fire & Flood Series by Victoria Scott
Tella is a fantastic heroine for her own personal journey as well as her kick ass ability. She goes from being very superficial to the girl to beat. She beats the odds and I loved that.
6. Feyre - A Court of Thorns and Roses by Sarah J. Maas
Feyre can be soft when she needs to be but she can protect herself when she needs to especially at the end of the book. Shit goes down and she is taking care of business, everyday.
7. Rhoma - Zodiac by Romina Russell
Rhoma is great for her leadership role in Zodiac as well as her intelligence. She does risk her life but not in the traditional fighting sense.
8. Mare - Red Queen by Victoria Aveyard
Oh, Mare. After that ending, gurllll. Mare has a super power like, hello!! She is another one of my favorite heroines who makes
some stupid choices, but she definitely takes the right actions to get her self out of her messes.
9. Meira - Snow Like Ashes by Sara Raasch
Meira didn't become a true heroine for me until the very end of the book. She really comes into her own at the end and I am very excited to see her take on the new role she has in the next book.
10. Claire Randall - Outlander by Diana Gabaldon
Claire goes through so much in Outlander. The emotional and physical trauma is too much. She takes it all in stride and gets through it all somehow.