I was at a loss of what to choose for today (Villains, Contemporaries, Dual POV’s, Novellas, Adult titles, New Adult titles, Love Triangles, Couples, Bad Boys or Debuts) and I went with villains. I wasn’t sure I was going to make it to ten, but I did. Not surprising, there is a lot of fantasy in my list… What is it about fantasy that lends itself to a good villain?
Bound by Blood and Sand by Becky Allen – The Highest (and pretty much most of the Avowed) are despicable, because every order they give must be obeyed by the Closest. ANY order.
The Falconer by Elizabeth May – There are a lot of bad fairies in The Falconer, but Sorcha, the one that killed Aileana’s mother is particularly vicious and enjoys taunting her.
Crooked Kingdom by Leigh Bardugo – This is another book with a lot of really bad guys, but I think the worse (besides Kaz) are Peca Rollins and Van Eck. One is a gang leader of the lowest origins and another one a crooked merchant that would do anything for money and appearances.
The Shadow Hour by Melissa Grey – Tanith is craaazzyy. Not only is she a bad apple, but now she has an evil entity inside. Not good at all…
The Crimson Skew by S.E. Grove – Since I listen to the series in audio, I’m sure I’m going to spell Borgirdle’s name wrong (sorry!), but he’s a smart bad guy. He’s delusional for sure, but has power and smarts enough to make very calculated decisions and always being one step ahead.
Morning Star by Pierce Brown – The Jackal is Mustang’s twin brother and he’s despicable. A horrible human being with no decency.
Naked in Death by J.D. Robb – Well, I really can’t tell you who the bad guy is, can I? It’s a murder mystery after all. BUT, take my word that he/she was awful, calculating and I didn’t see it coming.
A Promise of Fire by Amanda Bouchet – I can’t remember her name, but Cat’s mom is a nasty piece of work based on Cat’s flashbacks and thoughts. I’m not looking forward on meeting her in the next book.
Spindle by E.K. Johnston – The demon that planed for years to rule the world. I really liked that the book has chapters from her point of view so we understand better its thought process.
Salt to the Sea by Ruta Sepetys – Everyone? Well, most of the times the Russians and or Germans were the villains as our main characters try to get to safety as WWII. Certainly, the Russian soldiers that found Emilia.
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