Let’s Talk: Fictional Dinner Party (25)

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Let’s Talk is a meme originally hosted by I Swim For Oceans and now hosted by the team at Smash Attack Reads and A Book Obsession.
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This week’s topic:

Which three fictional characters would you most like to sit down and have a chat with? Why? What questions would you ask? 

Sansa Stark from A Song of Ice and Fire by George R R Martin

I would love to talk about boys and fashion and politics with her. I think she’s sweet and a little naive, but she knows what she wants and she’s aware of a lot more than people give her credit for. I think a lot of people think she’s horrible and stupid but I think she’s just a little ditzy because she has stars in her eyes. She is after all a young girl blossoming into a woman in a society so very different from our own, and she’s trying to find her feet when she’s constantly knocked about. I think she’s resilient like a rock, and she’s my favourite Stark.

Bitterblue from Bitterblue by Kristen CashoreBitterblue (Graceling Realm, #3)

Bitterblue is so interesting – she’s a young orphan queen with sketchy advisors and her closest friends all have these magic powers she’ll never have. I’d love to chat over dinner with her if she could fit me into her schedule, to talk about her kingdom and her plans for the future.

Poison Study (Study, #1)Yelena from Poison Study by Maria V Snyder

I don’t even know, I just really want to settle into a comfy spot and chat next to an open fire with a glass of wine. I don’t even like wine. I don’t know what we’d talk about, but it would be fascinating. She’s amazingly strong and knows all about poisons and magic and stuff. We’d find something to talk about.


About Nemo

A lover of kittens and all things sparkly, Nemo has a degree in English Literature and specialises in reviewing contemporary, paranormal, mystery/thriller, historical, sci-fi and fantasy Young Adult fiction. She is especially drawn to novels about princesses, strong female friendships, magical powers, and assassins.

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4 thoughts on “Let’s Talk: Fictional Dinner Party (25)

    1. Nemo

      She totally is, but she’s a totally awesome, strong character that everyone else just doesn’t see how strong she is because she’s not strong like Arya or Brienne or Daenerys.

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