This week’s topic:
F – G – H – I – J
(characters whose name begins with the featured letters)
I SUCK at remembering character names, so this will be tough.
F IS FOR…
After a long time trying to think of a character whose name begins with this letter, Frank’s name was the only one to pop up, and that’s because the name “Frank” popped in my head and then I tried to think of a character I read about whose name is actually Frank.
Anyway, Frank Longbottom is Neville’s dad. I think we meet Neville’s parents for the first time in book five of the Harry Potter series when Harry and the Weasleys visit Mr. Weasley in St. Mungo’s.
G IS FOR…
She’s from the Gossip Girl TV show. I have no idea if she appears in the books. I loved the show and attempted to read the book but couldn’t get into it.
Georgina is a troublemaker and tends to pop up whenever things begin to get “dull” (lol) on New York’s upper east side.
H IS FOR…
I saw the letter H and immediately though “Hatake.” I don’t even know how that name popped in my head because it’s been SO long since I watched Naruto. But now I want to start watching it again since I thought of it.
I’ve only seen a few episodes, but this dude quickly became one of my favorite characters. Actually, he was probably the only character I liked. He taught Naruto’s team.
I IS FOR…
It’s blowing my mind that these random side characters who I haven’t thought of in a very long time keep popping up in my head. I blame Frank Longbottom because after forcing that name to the forefront of my mind, these others came out easily.
Islanzadí is the elf queen from Christopher Paolini’s Inheritance Cycle books — a fantasy series about a farm boy who becomes a dragon rider and saves the world from an evil dude. I don’t have much to say about Islanzadí. I think she pops up for the first time in the second book, Eldest.
J IS FOR…
He’s Alanna’s (the protag) friend in Tamora Pierce’s Song of the Lioness books, which is about a girl (Alanna) who disguises herself as a boy to become a knight. I enjoyed reading these books. I liked Jon, but I much preferred George and liked how things turned out there.