The 5 Favourite Male Characters Tag

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So I have no clue where I picked up this tag… but here you go. After it’s done, we have the 5 Favourite Female Characters and 5 Favourite Couples. I can’t wait. 😀 
 
Rules:
1. List 5 of your favorite male characters (book or screen).
2. Tagging other people is optional.
3. If you are tagged, link back to the person who tagged you. 
4. Link back to Revealed in Time (preferably using the link to this post).
 
Choose one from each category:
 
1. Hero.
George Dymory Ingleford from Enemy Brothers. Hands down. I love Dym so very much & he is far & away my favourite male character, for a very simple reason: His character. Dym is a self-sacrificing, deeply-loving young man who will give everything of himself for the people he loves. Dym is a firm believer & He lives out the love of Christ. He makes mistakes, he experiences passions, but he has self-control. I love how everyone turns to him for help & comfort. Dym is an amazing everyday hero—as well as a war hero—and I love & admire him for that. 
 
2. Villain.
Brian de Bois-Guilbert from Ivanhoe. Bois-Guilbert is far & away a greater character than Ivanhoe. There was so much potential in him, and he was SO near redemption. So near. His story is so sad… I love him so much. 
 
3. Anti-hero.
Johnny Tremain. Johnny starts off as an arrogant, nasty, self-centred boy. And yet somehow you love him, because deep down inside Johnny has a loving heart & he can’t hide it. Throughout the book Johnny’s redemption arc is simply AMAZING and so true to life. <33 I love Johnny. He is so real. 
 
4. Best book-to-screen adaption.
Laurie Laurence from the 1933 Little Women. He was played by
Douglass Montgomery and I think he was really good. And of course, Laurie is great in the book, too! 
 
5. Best character perception.
Hmmmm… I’m not exactly sure what this question is asking. I’m going to say Ranofer from The Golden Goblet. He is such a well-rounded, fully-developed character. The author did a fantastic job with making his personality come out through his outlook on life & his thoughts. Tony from Enemy Brothers is fantastically portrayed too. You find out so much about him  & who he is & what he likes and alll about him just casually through the story. And the way the author shows his emotion is amazing. Finally, Nat from Carry On, Mr. Bowditch, is written out almost as well. The story is so real, and the emotions are carried across sooo well. I know that’s more than one, but I can’t help it. 😛 
 
So I don’t tag anyone, but feel free to do it! 
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Published by Katja L.

Hello! :) I'm Katja. I'm a Canadian bibliophile, book reviewer, writer, and child of God. I love too many things to name, but among them are chocolate, heirlooms, history, fancy handwriting, grammar & punctuation, laughter, tearjerking books, lists, organized bookshelves, pink roses, flowing skirts, hymns, and pretty much anything old-fashioned, beautiful, & classy.

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