Tuesday, August 10, 2010

Top 10 Most Dislikable Characters

It's Tuesday, that means another Top 10 Tuesday!

This week's list is:
The top 10 most dislikable characters

  1. Dolores Umbridge from the Harry Potter series: UGH. I HATED this woman. I wish the centaurs had crucified her when they had the chance. I did like how she was portrayed in the movies, she was quite excellent at being evil.

  2. Katie Nolan from A Tree Grows in Brooklyn: She had some redeeming points in the book, especially towards the end, but I really disliked the way Katie acted towards her daughter and husband especially.
  3. Fanny Price from Mansfield Park: I always wanted to kick this girl's ass. After reading about Elizabeth Bennett in Pride & Prejudice, Fanny is such a let down. In my opinion, she's weak and boring. She barely has her own voice in the book about her.
  4. William Hamleigh from The Pillars of the Earth: If you've read the book you know just how awful he is. What a prick. That is all.
  5. Rebecca Bloomwood in Confessions of a Shopaholic: I have no patience for these kinds of women: frivolous, whiny girls with no self-control. Don't think I'm going to read an entire series filled with this type of girl. I think I hated Rebecca from the second page.
  6. Mrs. de Winters from Rebecca: Just another whiny, insecure wuss always fretting about what others thought of her. She took away some of the awesomeness that filled the rest of the book.
  7. Pretty much every character from Wuthering Heights: Yeah. I don't know what else to say. I disliked this book with a passion because all the characters were drama queens.
  8. Clare from The Time Traveler's Wife: She whines a lot (I have a thing with whining obviously). I admit, she has good reason for whining most of the time, but I was just sick of it.
  9. Frances Brandon from Innocent Traitor: I think this woman out-evils Umbridge because she was a real person. Frances beat her child incessantly for lame things and was a part of the plot to put her daughter on the throne....which only lead to her daughter's execution. Since I shamelessly promote this book in every list, read it just to find out how evil this woman is!
  10. Bella Swan from Twilight: I know, I know, total cop out. It's not so much that I hate Bella, it's that I hate Kristen Stewart. And her lip biting problem.
Next week's list:
Top 10 Book Blogs You Love


  1. Clare and Bella almost made my list, don't care for whiney females either. And William Hamleigh is just plain evil.

  2. Haha, Dolores Umbridge, Bella, and characters from Wuthering Heights keep popping up on multiple lists! I also really disliked Wuthering Heights - couldn't see the point of it or why anybody liked it. And Mansfield Park is one of my least favorite Austen novels.

    A Tapestry of Words

  3. lol Bella made my list, SURPRISE SURPRISE. I'm with you on Fanny, too. You can only feel bad for her up to a point, then it's like GROW A BACKBONE AND SPEAK UP FOR YOURSELF. Also, I haven't read Confessions of a Shopoholic, but I think if I did, I'd feel the same way about her. I hate that type of person :/

  4. Liked that Dolores in on your list. She is the character I hate the most in the series!! More than I hate the death eaters!!!

  5. I agree on Bella, but a sidenote about lip biting, as observed today on a quite attractive coworker, lip biting can be the hottest thing ever. *swoon*

    But not on Bella.

  6. your kristen stewart pic made me laugh. Umbridge and the crew from Wuthering Heights are on my list, along with Jane Rochford (well I kind of love and hate her at the same time) Frances Grey and I forget who else I put haha. Have a great day!

  7. Oh man, Frances Grey is now going as my number ten. HATE that woman!

    I found a youtube video with all of Kristen Stewart's lip bitings from Twilight and I almost gagged....not hot on her.

  8. Umbridge is great in the movies, I didn't like Claire either, and Bella's lip biting doesn't bother me as much as her lower jaw jutting out so petulantly.

  9. The scariest thing about Delores is that she knew exactly how evil she was being and that never changed. I also agree with Fanny and the Wuthering Heights characters. Not endearing at all.
    I didn't like Bella in the books yet I'm one of the crazy few people, dare I admit, who thought that Kristen Stewart made me at least understand Bella. I liked her portrayal of Bella. I won't hold it against you though. ;)
    Awesome list!



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