S4S – Character growth

Good morning #SixforSunday crew!

How are you all today? I hope you are well and that the world is treating you kindly!

Thanks for stopping by today for my #SixforSunday post! This week, we’re thinking about 6:

Characters with brilliant growth/arcs

I think this could have been my favourite 6 Melinda Salisbury character growths, but I managed to keep it down to two…

  1. Twylla – The Sin Eater’s Daughter trilogy by Melinda Salisbury
    Twylla goes on one of the most incredible character arcs I think I’ve read. If you don’t know of Twylla’s struggles and everything she has to go through, please please go read this trilogy. I miss her every single day.
  2. Luvian Fen – Sorrow duology by Melinda Salisbury
    I think in the beginning when we meet Luvian, he comes across as very quick witted but maybe a bit cold, but by the end of the duology, he’s just one of the most amazing characters I’ve ever read and will ever have the pleasure of reading.
  3. Fox and Fibber – Jungledrop by Abi Elphinstone
    At the beginning of the book, these two are horrible and selfish, but as they go through the story they realise there is more to life than themselves and their transformation is great!
  4. Virgo – Who Let The Gods Out? series by Maz Evans
    Again, Virgo starts the series as very selfish and pretty naive to the real world (I mean, she’s a god, so she’s not to be blamed), but as you go through the series, she becames a lot more personable and warm. By the end, she’s just this wonderful ball of love (with some real fire in her belly!)
  5. Steffi – A Quiet Kind of Thunder by Sara Barnard
    I don’t think this book gets the love it deserves. Steffi goes through an awful lot. She has to brave up to some things that absolutely terrify her and she does it with the help of Rhys, but also, through her own dogged determination and a little bit of necessity.
  6. Cora – Show Us Who You Are by Elle McNicoll
    Cora goes through an incredible transformation in this book because of the things that happen around her. I think at the beginning she’s quite naive and awe-struck, but as things happen, she becomes a lot braver and learns to stand up for what she believes in.

I found this one quite tricky (and I’m the one that makes the rules haha!)

I can’t wait to read your posts – thank you everyone for joining in week after week! Thank you for linking back to the main post or for linking to my post! You guys make #SixforSunday what it is!

See you next week for: Books on your Spring TBR!

S x

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