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Top 10 of 2014: Best VILLAINS of 2014

Every day for four days a different theme will be posted, and if you take part you can link up to enter a fabulous giveaway! If you’re interested, click here!!!

Today’s theme is…

Best _______ of 2014, we chose to focus on Villains!!!

Who doesn’t love a good villain? villain

😀 Love that quote from The Grisha Trilogy… speaking of which, here comes our first favorite villain of 2014!

1. The Darkling from Shadow and Bone (The Grisha #1) by Leigh Bardugo

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2. Nathan from Fair Coin (Coin #1) by E. C. Meyers!

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Couldn’t find a quote for this one…

3. Queen Levana from Scarlet (The Lunar Chronicles #2) by Marissa Meyer

* I read this book this year, but the review won’t be up for a while*


Not about Queen Levana, but one of my favorite quotes from the book!

4. Jude from The Retribution of Mara Dyer (Mara Dyer #3) by Michelle Hodkin


Sorry, irrelevant quotes… they just look so cool!

5. Teren from The Young Elites (The Young Elites #1) by Marie Lu

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6. *****SPOILERS***** Gavin from The Brokenhearted (The Brokenhearted #1) by Amelia Kahaney

* I read this book this year but the review won’t be up for a while…*

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Couldn’t find a quote for this book, but it was FANTASTIC!

7. Hollowgast from Hollow Cities (Miss Peregrine’s Peculiar Children #2)

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These Villains freaked me out!

8. Cain from Throne of Glass (Throne of Glass #1) by Sarah J. Maas

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Another review that won’t be up for a while :O

9. Steelheart from Steelheart (The Reckoner #1) by Brandon Sanderson


10. The Ephors from Rebel Belle (Rebel Belle #1) by Rachel Hodkins

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So, who is your favorite 2014 villain?  Any of these make your list?


9 thoughts on “Top 10 of 2014: Best VILLAINS of 2014

    1. Gosh 😮 does it really? I’m so excited to hear that haha :)!!! I have to read the second one still, I’ll definitely be reading it soon! Thank you for the comment, makes me even more excited


    1. I don’t necessarily think there has to be a long back story but soluhd we accept in fiction that villains are mere killing machines with no reason to kill except for love of money or sadism. I blame this on Steven Spielberg who began this trend with that story about the driverless truck or with Jaws. It may make a good thriller but does it really make a good story. Shouldn’t we want well-developed villains? Shouldn’t we require of them what we require of our protagonist?


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