‘Don’t make me angry, you wouldn’t like me when I’m angry!’

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This week at the Broke and the Bookish the topic for Top Ten Tuesday is :

Top Ten Books Which Feature Characters Who _____:

– can change – either weres, shapeshifters, skin walkers, etc’

  1. Mercedes Thompson from Patricia Briggs series.  Mercy is a great character, I’ve loved watching her develop throughout the course of the books.  Mercy is a ‘walker’ who can turn into a Coyote.
  2. Suzume from M L Brennan’s Generation V.  Suzume is one of my favourite characters at the moment.  She has a great sense of fun and her cheeky nature stems from the fact that she is actually a fox – that can become human – that’s pretty unique I’d say!
  3. Atticus from Kevin Hearne’s Druid Chronicles – Atticus is a druid who can turn into a number of different forms – I’m pretty sure one of which is an owl and also a dog.  Not sure if he has any others at this point.
  4. Tamlin – this is a recent read by author Sarah J Maas – A Court of Thorns and Roses – Tamlin is fae and has the ability to turn into a strange beast, a mix of bear, wolf and I don’t know what!
  5. Sam from Charlaine Harris’ True Blood series.  Sam can take any form but usually takes that of a dog.
  6. Sirius Black from J K Rowling’s Harry Potter – a huge black dog.  I do like the character Sirius
  7. Shallan Davar from Sanderson’s Word of Radiance.  Shallan is a low born light eyes.  It turns out she has many strange abilities, one of which is to capture somebody’s likeness in the form of a drawing and then to be able to change herself to take on their appearance.
  8. Cassell from the Curse Workers series by Holly Black.  Cassell is a transformation worker – he can transform just about anything into anything – including himself!
  9. Lord Maccon of Gail Carriger’s Parasol Protectorate – I had to go there – he is a bit of a studley after all!  A werewolf.
  10. Jacinda from Sophie Jordan’s Firelight series – I had to include this one as Jacinda is a draki, a descendant of dragons who can shift into human form

Thought I’d spotlight the Hearne books – I do love the covers for this series:

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8 Responses to “‘Don’t make me angry, you wouldn’t like me when I’m angry!’”

  1. Tammy

    Everyone is coming up with great ideas this week! I do love shapeshifters and you’ve got some awesome examples. Especially Suzume! She’s my new fave character as well:-)

  2. jessicabookworm

    Sadly from your list the only one I really know is Sirius Black, great choice, but I think Lupin is my favourite 🙂 All your other choices sound fascinating too though.

    • lynnsbooks

      I did think of Lupin but decided I had to restrict myself to one character only from HP – otherwise it could take over the whole list 😀 😀

  3. Mogsy @ BiblioSanctum

    The weeks where participants come up with their own ideas are always so interesting. Love your topic, you get to feature some really good books! I’m looking forward to ACOTAR!

    • lynnsbooks

      I quite enjoy seeing everybody’s own ideas for this one. I hope you enjoy ACOTAR – I really got into it. I didn’t really like Feyre for quite a good portion of the book but I so enjoyed spending some time in the fey world again – I think I need more fey reads in my life!
      Lynn 😀

  4. Danya @ Fine Print

    I like your chosen category – there’s something about a shifter character that automatically makes them awesome. Lord Maccon…don’t mind if I do. 😉 Mercy and Sirius are great picks too, and you’ve reminded me that I need to get cracking on my copy of Generation V.

    • lynnsbooks

      Oh yes, you’re going to love Generation V. And, speaking of ‘don’t mind if I do’ when on earth is that next Ilona Andrews book out – enquiring minds want to know!
      Lynn 😀

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