Who was your favourite character?

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Re: Who was your favourite character?

Post by Susmita Biswas » 05 Feb 2019, 14:20

Of course, the murderer is my favourite character. Without him, the story can't ever be told.

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Post by NuelUkah » 20 Feb 2019, 09:20

Bianka Walter wrote: ↑
01 Dec 2018, 01:28
With a book loaded with so many unique characters, there are a lot to choose from.
My favourite was Bud. I thought he added some comic relief to the book, and I particularly liked how he broke into song at any given opportunity.
I don't have a favorite character, but I like Lindsay. She adds intrigue to the plot.
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Post by hala-elnagy » 21 Feb 2019, 15:39

The book contains many amazing characters. But I choose the Bud character to be my favorite character, mainly due to his comic sense.

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Post by elivia05 » 26 Feb 2019, 23:49

Ruba Abu Ali wrote: ↑
01 Dec 2018, 10:52
Bud was my favorite character, too. Adding a comic sense and a lightness to the story was much needed.
I completely agree.

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Post by Andyjubi » 28 Feb 2019, 13:24

William lance is my favourite character....I love the way he cares for Debbie and trains her single handedly

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Post by Maggie_brown_0013 » 14 Mar 2019, 09:32

Bianka Walter wrote: ↑
01 Dec 2018, 01:28
With a book loaded with so many unique characters, there are a lot to choose from.
My favourite was Bud. I thought he added some comic relief to the book, and I particularly liked how he broke into song at any given opportunity.
Bud was also my favorite character. The sense of lightness and amusement he added to the book was much needed, and I absolutely loved his personality.

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Post by Bluebird03 » 27 Mar 2019, 08:34

There was an excellent cast to choose from. I think my favorite would be Paul. I liked his quiet confidence and mind of steel. And I kept pulling for he and Rachelle throughout the book. Also, I was "proud" of how he handled himself when he guessed the "person behind the mask" and then again when he learned for certain who it was.

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Post by Cotwani » 20 Apr 2019, 08:44

Even though at some point I wondered whether he was the face of fear, and even though he couldn't man up and 'pursue' Rachelle, Paul stood out for me. He was level-minded and objective, and he got the whole drama rolling with his kidnapping reenactment and the planted newspaper story.
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