Look at me going back a week just to use this Top 5 Wednesday topic. Before I get into the discussion and list, let me tell you that the link to this Goodreads group is right here. Once you click on the link, you’ll be able to see the topics and the moderators of Top 5 Wednesday.
5.dr. heedson from a madness so discreet by mindy mcginnis
I understand that medicine wasn’t as good as it is now (and even now, horrible things happen to mentally ill patients). However, this doctor was an absolute abomination to all medical professionals in all the lands, across time periods. He was just a horrific person, and I am not even done with the book yet, but goodness…he lacks understanding, compassion, and kindness that I find to be necessary for a physician to understand those who experience mental illness.
4. maura from born wicked by jessica spotswood
Now, granted, their society would deem the whole family to be on the naughty list (I mean, that would be the least of their worries, but okay). Maura, though, trusts Elena readily and actively seeks approval from her while breaking the rule Cate has set for their family. Sounds like Santa would not be pleased by either sister. Tess would be on the good list for sure, though.
3. Jessamyn Lovelace from the infernal devices by cassandra clare
Nope. I try to think of her as a complicated person. Even then, I still dislike her and would put her on the naught list. Please,Santa, do not send her any parasols or whatever it is she likes, because she gives Will and the gang such a hard time.
2. hailey from the hate u give by angie thomas
Oh, she makes me so angry. Santa doesn’t like racist people.
1. micah bayar from the demon king by cinda williams chima
The things he does in this book are upsetting, okay? I don’t like what he and his father end up doing to the Queen and to her Heir. Heck no. Whatever, Raisa, I don’t care how “cute” he may be. To me, he will always be a creepy and frightening fellow. Do not like him. So, please, Santa, put him on the bad list for me.