Top 5 Wednesday- Diverse Characters

Hello Bookends, it’s Wednesday so you know what that means! Another Top 5. This is a weekly meme created by Gingerreadslainey  and you can find out all the information on the goodreads page. This week we are talking about diverse characters. I am taking this to mean characters who are not normally seen in book, weather that is because of their personality or their sexual orientation. With that out of the way let’s get into my list.

5. Amy Eliot from Gone Girl.

Amy is diverse through her personality. It is hard to describe her without spoiling the book but she defiantly thinks differently than anyone else I have read about.

4. Asher Machnik from A+E 4ever

Asher is diverse because he explores his sexuality and discovers who he is.

3. Will Cardiel from

Will is diverse because as a child he was never allowed to go outside, his mom feared that he would die from the dangers outdoors. One day Will decides it is time to go out and he explores all the amazing things no found in his home.

2. A from Every Day

A is very diverse, he/she does not have a body, and never has. He/she wakes up every morning in a different body, borrowing it for a day. A has his/her own personality but that is all he/she can call his/her own.

  1. Tiny Cooper from Will Grayson, Will Grayson
Tiny is diverse because of both his sexuality and his personality. He is gay and is not afraid to show it. He is bold and daring, and even accepting of his overweight body. He doesn’t care what anyone thinks and is just plain fabulous.
So that is it for this weeks Top 5 I hope you enjoyed it. Do you agree or disagree, tell me in the comments. Thanks for reading and friending me on goodreads.

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