Who was your favorite character?

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Post by lwahls2 » 19 May 2019, 20:30

William was my favorite character. I love when characters pop in from other books and William's reappearance was great! His storyline is fascinating so I was rooting for him from the beginning.

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Post by Derrol » 24 May 2019, 14:15

In this situation, I think I have a tie.Larry and william as the latter was responsible as he helped the other crew members while on the other hand Larry who was very energetic in many situation

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Post by Rachel Lea » 24 May 2019, 16:22

I really took a liking to little Sarah. :) She was so spunky and good-hearted! I also really enjoyed William’s character, how he always kept a level head. My third favorite character would be Larry. I loved his devotion to his wife even though she was giving him such a hard time, and how capable and brave he was even in the face of his horrible injury.
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Post by VernaVi » 29 May 2019, 06:15

William was my favorite character. I was on pin and needles at the end, hoping he would survive the cold. He kept his team working together in some really tough times. That's invaluable in the situation they were in. The way he cared about others was a great part of his character.

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Post by JessNWheeler » 02 Jun 2019, 16:05

I was inspired by Louise. She was a brave and interesting character.
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Post by Daniel_ » 03 Jun 2019, 01:20

Captain Steve. I love his person and leadership skills.

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Post by Ekta Swarnkar » 05 Jun 2019, 02:58

I believe that the characters were the strengh of the book but, Larry was the one who grabbed my attention.

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Post by Scarlet Nicoll » 06 Jun 2019, 06:13

I liked all the female characters. Flawed they may be, yet attractive.

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Post by Daniel_ » 06 Jun 2019, 11:35

Steve is my favorite character because of the critical decisions he made to rescue his crew team during the fire outbreak.

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Post by RoadWell » 08 Jun 2019, 17:15

There are so many good characters here, that it's difficult to choose a favourite. This is partly because of the mastery with which Mr. Sheldon brings them to life. However, if I had to choose it would be William for the great leadership skills, the caring nature and the fact that he never gave up even when the situation got desperate. He kept the survivors alive.

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Post by 56lives » 10 Jun 2019, 05:03

My favorite character is Steve. He was very strong and caring captain, who was concerned with the status of his crew members. He could not settle down until each member was accounted for, dead or alive. He was a father of a disabled son and worked so hard to provide for him against all odds.

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Post by Joe Hadithi » 10 Jun 2019, 17:35

If I had to choose, then it would be Larry.

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Post by jadriscoll » 13 Jun 2019, 16:39

Myna was my favorite character. She was put in a difficult position. On one hand her father was on the abandon vessel and she didn't know if he had survived; and on the other hand she was responsible to write a report for the city counsel to decide if the large company was going to get approval for a mining operation.

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Post by Sushan » 13 Jun 2019, 23:27

I usually do not choose favorite characters since all of them have their own ups and downs, as well as contributions to the on going of the novel
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