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Q: Who is your favorite villain from a book?
Well this is a tough one really. Normally when I like villains, it’s because they’re “anti-hero” or have qualities of an anti-hero that can sort of attract me to their character, sometimes causing me to really get invested in what’s going on with them. But actual villains? If they’re created well, then I never like a real villain.
Here’s a couple favorite “villains” I have in mind. Although, I don’t know if I’d quite classify them as a villain. Bad, yes. But not always. Sometimes rather fascinating.
Eli from Let Me In (Let The Right One in) by John Lindqvist
Queen Mab from The Iron Fey by Julie Kagawa
Wolf from Shadows by Ilsa J. Bick