Hello and happy Sunday! Today I’m back with another Six For Sunday post. Six For Sunday was created by A Little But A Lot and this month it’s all about granting bookish wishes! Check out the books I want to be written here. Now, let’s talk about the characters who I wish had their own books.
I actually found this kind of hard because there are a lot of series that I’d love to read more of, but I just had to pick a handful of characters. So, this isn’t my complete list, just the ones that came to my mind first. I’ve also kind of cheated with a couple of as I’ve paired them up (sorry) but I just think a joint perspective book would work so well for them!
Rhysand from the A Court of Thorns and Roses series
So this is probably no surprise but it is my number one so there’s no way I couldn’t include it! I would just love to read more about Rhysand. Whether that’s a story about his childhood and how he came into power or the ACOTAR books through his own eyes. I think his version of ACOMAF would be heartbreakingly wonderful to read (yes I made a word up).
Lucien/Cassian/Azriel from the A Court of Thorns and Roses series
There is a very strong possibility that we will get books about the above characters in the coming years but I want to read them now!
Cardan from The Folk of the Air series
This is kind of another POV request – wouldn’t you just love to know what was going through Cardan’s head throughout The Cruel Prince and The Wicked King? Specifically the ending of TWK.
Kaz Brekker and Inej Ghafa from the Six of Crows duology
I would just absolutely love to read about this pair taking on new jobs and heists around their world, with Kaz plotting and scheming and Inej doing her best to keep him grounded and being a general acrobatic badass and maaaaaaybe a little romance??
Lazlo Strange and Sarai from the Strange the Dreamer duology
I loved the format of Muse of Nightmares, where we got read from both Lazlo and Sarai’s perspective and it’s something I would definitely read more of. Also who can resist Laini’s magical writing?
Legend from the Caraval trilogy
I am very intrigued to learn about how Legend came to be and what he actually thinks as he ‘performs’. Some scenes from the trilogy in his perspective (again) would also be interesting!
There we have it – the characters I think deserve their own book. This list just solidifies the idea that I definitely have a ‘type’ of book that I love to read. This is something that I am trying hard to change and diversify!
Which characters would you love to see have their own book?