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5 Male Characters Tag

Hello, all! My apologies for neglecting to post in awhile.

I filled out the Five Female Characters Tag a month or two ago at my other blog, and now it’s time for the Five Male Characters Tag, so here you are!


1. List 5 of your favorite male characters (book or screen)

2. Tagging other people is optional

3. If you are tagged, link back to the person who tagged you.

(That would be Abigail at Castles in the Air!)
4. Link back to  Revealed in Time (preferably using the link to this post)

Choose one from each category:

1. Hero

2. Villain

3. Anti-hero

4. Best book-to-screen adaption

5. Best character perception


Sam Gamgee from Lord of the Rings You can read why I like him here, but for now suffice it to say that he’s arguably the most quotable character in LotR, as PInterest can tell you:


Saruman from Lord of the Rings I’ve mentioned him as being one of my favorite villains before, and I think most LotR fans could agree: he’s at least the best villain in Lord of the Rings.


Dustifinger from Inkheart

 He’s not a hero. But he isn’t exactly a villain either. Reading the book, I wanted to like him but every time I started to, he’d go and do something wrong or selfish. All the same, one can’t help feeling bad for him.

Best Book-to-Screen Adaption-

Another difficult one! Ummm, let’s say Mr. Bingley from Pride and Prejudice(2005). Of course, Mr. Darcy and Elizabeth are the main focus of the movies/books, but the actor portrays Bingley’s carefree, likable character surprisingly well.

Best Character Perception

Hugo from Hugo  Movie-Hugo lived and deepened book-Hugo just as the movie kept with the spirit of the book, only complementing the main thread of action with additional scenes.

Onto the tagging!

I tag KB at 1900s Fashion

Morgan at The Day the Lord Has Made

Accepting the tag is completely optional. Have fun!