Everybody loves a good villain.
When my lovely friend Library Luv came up with the idea of us working on two guests posts a month for one another, we sat down to brainstorm a list of topic ideas. Choosing which one to start off with was a difficult decision! But we finally settled on a topic that had us delving into the world of villains and evil doers.
Running this blog has given me the chance to meet so many incredible people.
Who are the complete opposite of villains! One of these is book blogger Library Luv. She runs Beyond The Book Reviews and is a book blogger of mostly YA fiction. And can I just say that I'm so excited to have her back on my blog! Working with her is lots of fun and her posts are always so creative.
So read on for Library Luv's 'Top Three Literary Villains' (you can find my list over on her blog here).
Throughout our reads, we look for the swooniest of swoon worthy characters. Now most of the time those are our leading male and female protagonists. But what if that wasn’t always the case? We enjoy cheering on our main cast as they fight against the evil… but what if we aren’t always cheering for the good side?
I can say that as a true bookworm I have danced on the dark side, and fancied that leading antagonist. What can I say? Everyone is human and has their temptations. I can also say that I have found myself applauding that leading antagonist because they are just simply brilliant in what they aspire to destroy.
For me it’s all about how the villain is portrayed. If they are mysterious, completely badass and devilishly beautiful then chances are I am going to love them just as much, and root for them as well.
Sometimes we gotta love a little bad to do a little good in our lives…
Library Luv is a bookworm and a book blogger.
She loves to read and get lost in many books. She has lived a thousand lives, and sometimes they are even better than reality.
You can connect with Library Luv over on her Twitter page.