Who was your favorite character?

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Re: Who was your favorite character?

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I would say Alice.

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Alice was by far the best, I think. She always managed to keep her calm and was mostly friendly.
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Alice - I thought - stood out among all the other characters. Her calm and friendly nature can endear her to most readers.
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Everyone has his or her own opinion but according to my opinion Alice is my favorite character and she is the protagonist of the novel

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Alice or Jennifer - hard choice, I guess??

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I think I liked Jennifer the most as I felt as though I was struggling with her throughout the novel. She came across as brave and sometimes bold which I loved.
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I don't have a favorite character. None of them really stood out to me. If I had to choose, I guess it'd be Alice, but really only because she's the only other character besides Jennifer that we spend a lot of time with.

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To be honest, i have no favourite character in this book. It was perhaps because i didn't like the book in the first place.
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I like Marty because he is a round character. He had to accept quite a lot of change for him to remain with Jennifer. He changed his sexual lifestyle just to be with her.

It may not have been morally right in my eyes but I guess he wanted a committed heterosexual relatonship. Therefore, he was willing to accept difference.

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I definitely preferred Alice over Jennifer. She seemed more interesting and fleshed out, not to mention less cliched as a character.
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