Top 10 Best Book Characters of All Time
He is so cool, brave, funny, and cute but Percy is not perfect. He has flaws too, like being WAY too loyal to his friends or being a bit rude at times. Nevertheless, He is one of my favorite characters.
Percy Jackson is a great mix of funny,brave,and self-sacrificial for others, he really is one of the best written book characters.
Percy! He's not REALLY SPECIAL like Harry Potter. He is very realistic, sarcastic New Yorker who is selfless, loyal, and kind. I really don't understand why people say that "Percy is flawless", "He just gets all the attention", "He is overrated", "Compared to Harry Potter, who has flaws, he is too perfect". I mean, come on! Rather than Percy, Harry and Jason are flawless. Percy always makes mistakes, and regret it. In Titan's curse, he made a wrong decision on Capture the Flag and really got ashamed by it. That's why I love Percy! He is mama's boy, obtuse, and cute.(that was cheesy, but it's true though :D)
He wants normal life, and doesn't want to boast his abilities and very modest. Even though he had chances to get more praises by doing more awesome things, he gave chances to his friends. For example, In SoN, he said Frank was the leader of this quest, and gave many chances to him. Who would do this humble thing like him?!
Finally, Percy is Percy! Is there specific reason? He ...more
I love Percy! He's a true hero that cares for his friends. I'm so happy he's number one. PJO and HoO are my favorite books. Percy is good with a sword, he's powerful, but he's still has all of these goofs and flaws that make him so relatable. He's hilarious. He doesn't look down on people like Katniss, he doesn't have to constantly be saved by his love interest like Tris. His adventures will always be my favorite, and will most likely stay with me forever. By the way, Percabeth is THE best literary romance of all time in my opinion.
I LOVE HER. She's so talented at magic and even though her parents are 'muggles' I say she's just like others. She's so lucky and she is AMAZING. She's my favorite character
She is brave and fierce which I think are GREAT TRAITS. But I think J.K Rowling made her a bit too smart. Also, Where's Ron on the list?
I don't get how she isn't number 1, she is hands down the best character in arguably the most iconic book series of all time. Harry and Ron wouldn't last through the first book if it weren't for her, proving the simple greatness her character is way beyond. She is THE role model when it comes to strong and intelligent women all around the world. She isn't just a genius, though. She's extremely loyal and incredibly brave. Everyone can learn from Hermione Granger, and so many are inspired by her.
Ok guys, the most awesome character ever is here. Without her Harry would have died by the 2nd book- if he was lucky. She is strong and fierce and everything a heroine should be.
Also I don't mean any hate on Harry Potter. He's also super cool and should at least be in the top 10.
Annabeth is super super smart, she is brave, strong, fierce and incredibly cool. She had to go through a lot, like Thalia'a death or Luke's betrayal but she comes out even stronger than before.
I had to choose Between Annabeth and Hermoine. I assosiate my self with them both I look like Annabeth's twin and also have a love for architecture as well and can get pretty fired up and love logic and strategy. But I do also think like Hermoine at times like to be good is sometimes your best choice. Annabeth and Hermione forever
Not exactly Percy's sidekick, as suggested by the Golden Boy (I totally forgot how to spell his name) in the Mark of Athena. In the Percy Jackson & the Olympians series, she's a bit moody, but kind of makes up for it by the Battle of the Labyrinth and later. She's sarcastic and funny, at times, but usually that's left to Percy (and later, Leo.)
How is she not in top 10?! she is the best female character in PJO and HOO and most of the people above her are NOTHING compared to her. She is funny, smart, and brave, she literally fell into HELL and survived, part of the time weaponless, basically Hermione Granger except with a knife not a wand
When the series gets dark, so dark you want to set down the books and walk away, Leo will come in and keep you reading. He makes the reader laugh in an unpleasant place in the book. The secret of his fire power he keeps in the beginning of the HoO series pulls you into his character, giving you a glimpse into a mystery. Even after its revealed, he continues to be hilarious. His death made me cry, then I felt stupid when I realized he didn't die. His relationship with Calypso adds even more to his character. He actually has flaws, something that every good character needs. He is in my opinion the best character out of all Rick Riordan's books and deserves a higher spot on the list.
He super funny and kind. I have not read the entire HoO series but I learned that later he frees Calypso from her island and he sacrifices himself, only to be brought
back. Both of those are take a lot of bravery.
He's so funny and I feel like a lot of characters nowadays are based off of him, the whole sad on the inside but make funny jokes to hide it. Uncle Rick started that. He!s precious and has the best quotes, and though he's one of the most conflicted characters, he's so anticlimactic and fun where he doesn't let anything dark get to him and can always make a joke even when he's about to die.
Omgs Team Leo for the win! He is my favorite percy jackson character. I love his personality and his sense of humor. He hides his pain with jokes and laughter and always tries to lighten the mood. I don't get why anyone wouldn't like him. I'm so glad he has calypso to make him happy(and keep him under control), he deserves happiness.
Katniss is brave, selfless, wise, and she's always there when her friends are needed. She has a very strong personality which I think is a wonderful thing, and she did a wonderful job of being the mocking jay, though she couldn't protect everyone around her. I love Katniss so much, she is a awesome character!
Selfless, brave, and so much more Katniss is a strong leader, and loving sister. The fact that she is willing to die for her little sister makes her admirable. She lost so much, but kept fighting for what is right. She is the one and only Mockingjay.
Now, I don't read The Hunger Games a lot but heck, WHO CARES!?!? Well she seems tough to me so I like her + she sacrificed herself for her sis as a volunteer to save her from being picked to go in so she kinda cool.
Please, no. Not Katniss as FIRST! Out of all the cool characters out there. Sure, she's cool, but honestly. For the last books, she was completely depressed, and didn't even care when Finnick died.
Luna is always positive. And despite being in the Ravenclaw, she's also brave. I love her. People shouldn't tease her. She's a great friend!
Luna Lovegood has always been my favorite character in Harry Potter. She went through her mother dying in front of her and was bullied in Hogwarts. She was called "Loony Lovegood" and had her things hidden away. But she was extremely intelligent and thought outside the box. She could've turned bitter and taken revenge on her bullies. Instead, she stayed innocent and never wished any harm on anyone. Through it all, she always believed in things that other people would have never believed in. She probably believed in them not because of some generic excuse like "I felt invisible like them", but because of something very engaging. She believed in them because you never knew what was going to happen. Life is unpredictable and it sometimes throws you a curveball and Luna knew that. She never expected her mother to die. But she didn't turn angry or sad from that. While other people expected her to be like them, Luna was her own person and always would be. It's nice to see a female character ...more
As a younger child reading the Harry Potter series, I instantly fell in love with this character. She was an eccentric, non-conventional child that instantly struck a chord with me child-me. Was she intelligent? Without a doubt. But she also didn't fit into the stereotypical nerd category, which was definitely a breath of fresh air from the typical nerdy characters. (Don't get me wrong, I adore Hermione, I just loved Luna's uniqueness).
Thank God that Luna is in the top 5. I mean why wouldn't she. Luna is smart, funny and overall a good friend. When Harry couldn't find the Ravenclaw diadem who knew? Luna of course, she told Harry where "the white lady" was and she found Harry when he was abandoned and left with a bloody noose on the Hogwarts express. I can honestly say that Luna is one of the best characters ever.
I like her, yes but I often think that she's being too bossy. I do love her quarrel with Glory, though! And I do admire her bravery and her friendship. Love Wings of Fire
Tsunami is so brave and protective. She would do ANYTHING to save her friends! She is also the best at fighting out of all the dragonets of destiny. Her glow-in-the-dark scales are AWESOME! I also love how she can breathe underwater. You should vote for Tsunami of Wings of Fire!
GO, TSUNAMI! (Chants)
I love the book wings of fire and tsunami is my favorite out of the 5 dragonets, she brave and sarcastic and a very well developed character, I really think she should be one of the top 10 of this list.
All of my friends say I'm just like her and I absolutely love her, but why do we have the graphic novel Tsunami here...? She is prettier on the real book.
Nico di Angelo is an amazing person. He, in my opinion, has been through the most, but he stayed strong through it all. He's been through prejudice for being gay and a son of Hades but found happiness in the end. I don't think he's cool because he is gay or is a "Ghost King," but because he's cool and sweet. Remember the ten-year-old Nico? The nerdy one who wouldn't shut up and loved Mythomagic? He may be the son of darkness, but he has a light side to him. Not to mention he is very brave. He is most definitely my favorite book character.
In my opinion, Nico di Angelo had the most heartbreaking story (I still am angered at Hades for saying IN HIS FACE that he liked his sister Bianca better while he was still mourning over her death), was dire to the story in both prophecies, and had the most character development out of every character in the entire book. When this is posted, he is currently at number 104 and I am just like "how"? Some dark part of the fandom thinks he is overrated, yet he is behind Percy and Leo. Also original.
I can write a whole book on why his character is the best. His whole life was a mess, he had every reason to be evil. people hated him and ridiculed him, but he endured it for years. The one character that truly deserves a happy ending.
He is the sweet, sassy, sad son of Hades. What's not to like? He is relatable (but maybe that's just me). Not to mention his super cool powers. And the last thing that makes Nico the best? SOLANGELO. The greatest of all ships. Should be higher!
He's not the exact reason why we love the series, but come on! Give him credit- he's a preteen-teenager in the books. Literally, teenagers are practically like that, whether they think so or not. (Which I understand)
He is brave, loyal, smart, but not as funny as Percy. Nevertheless, He is still a great character and he does have flaws.
Harry Potter is the best character ever! How COULD he possibly not be in the top 3? He is awesome
The Chosen one. Not afraid to die risked his own life to save others.
Totally love her character. She is honest and sincere, strong and unashamed of being herself and it's cute how she cares for her sister Jane.
Elizabeth Bennet deserves to be higher on this list! She's quick-witted, brave and clever.
She's amazing. Going from a faction that's selfless and quite to a faction that's loud, have violence, and weapons is a big transition. She's divergent so she can't be controlled and that makes her different and special.
Tris Prior is a beast! Changing from 'stiff' rules to almost no rules is a huge choice. AND she was good at the change and graduated from her initiate class. Also, Four is really cool.
How in all the goodness if this earth did anybody ever think that TRIS PRIOR is the best book character of all time?!?!? HOW?!?!
She saved her brother even though he betrayed her. She was brave, smart, and selfless; Divergent.
Sunny is smart, kind, and probably the protagonist of the best Wings of Fire book, for me tied with Darkstalker Legends. It's the ending to a great first arc for Wings of Fire and the best Wings of Fire book that's part of the main series (again, tied with Darkstalker Legends.)
Sunny is optimistic, sweet, and kind, but also underestimated. Everyone thinks she's sweet and that's all anyone needs to know about her, but she's actually really smart and intelligent.
Sweet kind non violent... this is the one who made the plan to stop the war without violence!
I've never heard of this 'Sunny.'
OOH, it's the baby from a Series of Unfortunate Events, right? Meh, still sucks.
It's alright. She's be joining Augustus, Fred, Tris and Prim in heaven soon enough
She's deep, philosophical and very relatable.
I was going to vote for hermione granger but I knew hazel would be somewhere here so I kept it
She is so inspiring
Peeta is stronger than we think. He is grounded and confident in his character even after the horrors of the game. He survives his abusive childhood, the games, and the Capitol's torture but never loses his kindness and loving attitude.
Peeta is amazing and he doesn't need ANYBODY to save him because he can save himself! He is my favorite character out of all the books I have ever read (which is a lot of books) so I don't understand why he is not number 1!
How are Hermione are Luna Lovegood above Peeta? He is the best character (besides Finnick Odair, but nobody is better than Finnick) and is way better than any Harry Potter characters.
He is kind, courageous, and loving. He loves Katniss so much that he would die for her. He is so important to the rebellion.
Dark, mysterious, unique and always keeping the reader guessing until the very end. Snape is a character you will hate the more you read about him, until, suddenly, there's nothing left to read, and you feel very different indeed.
I think he was the real hero. He loved Lily so he spent his life Protecting harry.
Oh yes! He's very scary to Harry but he was also protecting him. My second best character in Harry Potter
More like the vice - hero of Harry Potter! Go snape!
While Dumbledore isn't a perfect person, he's a brilliantly accomplished wizard. He's so perceptive, attempts to do the right thing. He also has a sense of humour. Inspite of all his shortcomings and mistakes, he's a genius. Any number of adjectives will be less than enough for this magnificent "barmy old codger".
Although Dumbledore had his flaws, he was an overall selfless, wise, brave leader. He is also, like, the king of dad jokes in my opinion. A lot of people hate Dumbledore, but he meant well. Kudos to Albus Dumbledore!
Dumbledore is wise, selfless, and is really knowledgeable about magic and why Harry is the Chosen One and all. Without him, Harry would've been utterly clueless as to what to do to defeat Voldemort
He is super smart and an oddball but he did have flaws too. When he died, I nearly cried.
This guy should be higher - and Legolas. Seriously, Legolas and Gimli aren't even on this list. That's why I voted for Aragorn cause he's their friend and there was no one else. Needs to be more LoTR and The Hobbit characters on here.
A day may come, when Aragorn arrives at 26th in a Top Tens List! But it is not this day! This day we VOTE! By all that you hold dear on this good earth, I bid you STAND, MEN OF THE WEST!
Aragorn needs to be higher. He's the heir of Isildur and the king of Gondor, he should be higher!
I'm reading LOTR for the first time, and I just met Aragorn and I love him already.
He's kind and I was very sad when he died. I hoped he and Harry would live forever but unfortunately, the author didn't plan that. However, I do think that if that hasn't gone the way, the book wouldn't have been the same. I love Harry Potter and the movies.
Are you Sirius? This man is one of the most misunderstood characters in the whole series, for literally half of the series he's claimed as a traitor and we only get a sliver of him, then he gets killed.
Sirius is brave, willing to do anything for his godson, and is a great character all around. He is also very clever - he invented the Marauder's Map and learned to become an Animagus while he was still at Hogwarts!
Ah, Sirius. As soon as I realized who he really was, I loved him. James Potter's best friend and Harry's godfather. He's funny, selfless, and yes, an idiot. The Marauders fanfictions I've read just make me love him more.
Um, I don't mean to be offensive but I don't like him. He's not my type, and if you cut out the shape-shifting, you don't get much. I say Reyna should be in the seven.
YESS! I am so glad that Frank is on this list, even if he's not in the top 10. He really doesn't get enough credit.
Not my favorite of the seven, but he's vital (especially in the House of Hades.) And he's more useful than Piper. She's all about charmspeak and her now not-so-prophetic dagger.
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Sure, I like her. She's a queen and she's brave and I like how she risks her life to save them. I wouldn't say she's my favorite character, cause Peril is my favorite. But, I must admire her bravery and her friendship. Love Wings of Fire.
I honestly don't know what apparently makes Tsunami so much better. She's not, she's really not. Tsunami saved her friends, sure. Glory saved two whole tribes.
Glory is sarcastic, smart, funny, and a great character. She's willing to do anything for her friends and is a just, fair queen.
She is my favorite character in the Wings of Fire series. Glory is so sarcastic and funny. She's absolutely the best! #GloryBringer!
Finnick. There really aren't words that can describe how I felt when he died. I've read hundreds of books throughout my 13 years on this planet, and I rarely get attached to characters. But with Finnick, I think a lot of people just can't help but love him. Finnick is by far my favorite book character of all time.
He died for what is right. His sacrifice will be remembered by Hunger Games fans forever. He is noble, kind, and loyal. He loved Annie so much. He is one of my favorite characters.
I have never been so attached to a character. When Finnick died, I cried so hard. RIP Finnick.
At first I hated Finnick, but at the end of the series I loved him so much.
I was literally convinced that there was no such thing as a perfect character until I was introduced to this one. He's courageous, honest, humble, loving, kind, tolerant, and EXTREMELY influential. You would assume that a character with practically no flaws would be dull and uninteresting, but that is not the case. Atticus Finch trying to meet his goals, face his challenges, and encourage and educate his kids on powerful messages that we can apply in our world are the things that make him such an amazing and fascinating character. While he does not always succeed, it's his desire and boldness to do what others are not willing to do that makes him so powerful. Read To Kill a Mockingbird and try to tell me a single thing wrong with Atticus, just try.
There's too many characters from young adult novels at the top of the list. Don't get me wrong, I love a lot of those characters, but we shouldn't forget about amazing and influential characters like Atticus Finch.
I'm guessing there's a lot of youngsters on here, or else Atticus would be a lot higher and all the Tweener/Millennial characters would be a lot lower.
It should be a crime for him to be this low. He's an incredibly well written and respectable character we can all learn from.
"Nice socks." That is kind of like his trademark phrase. The picture does him justice, too, and Unwind fan art isn't nearly as common as Percy Jackson fan art or anything like that
Like I said in my remix, Connor is basically what Percy is, but mortal: He's a fighter, leader, a bit impulsive in the first book, caring person and so on.
Okay, she's not my favorite, but I voted for her because she deserves to be voted for, does that make sense?
She's intelligent and isn't afraid to speak her mind. Not bad for a nineteenth century girl!