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If you could be friends with your favorite fictional book character, who would i

  1. MichelleA2011 profile image60
    MichelleA2011posted 6 years ago

    If you could be friends with your favorite fictional book character, who would it be?

  2. The Bucket Lister profile image66
    The Bucket Listerposted 6 years ago

    My favorite fictional book character is Ignatius J. Riley from A Confederacy of Dunces and I would NOT want to be friends with him! So, I'd have to go with the Little Prince. smile

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    Longhunterposted 6 years ago

    Mitch Rapp from Vince Flynn's books. He's a no nonsense character that kicks ass when dealing with terrorists. There's no civil courts, military tribunals, or political correctness. Just a double tap to the head and it's done.

    PERFECT!!! It's the way we should be dealing with terrorist here and abroad.

  4. Phil Plasma profile image77
    Phil Plasmaposted 6 years ago

    Webmind from the Robert J Sawyer Wake-Watch-Wonder series, no question.

  5. Kate Spenser profile image84
    Kate Spenserposted 6 years ago

    My favorite fictional book character of the moment is Lisbeth Salandar from The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo series. She's such an awesome, strong, smart, independent, amazing female protagonist. I would SO want to be friends with her, but I'm probably not nearly cool enough!

    I also definitely wouldn't mind being friends with the kids at Hogwarts, especially if they could take me to some of their favorite hang outs...butterbeer and chocolate frogs, anyone?

  6. TheWorldNow profile image73
    TheWorldNowposted 6 years ago

    It would be Peter Wiggin because he was able to start the space colonization program that led humanity to expand throughout the universe, which is something I hope can be done in the recent future

  7. Meisjunk profile image90
    Meisjunkposted 6 years ago

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    I would choose Odd Thomas, the 21-something character by Dean Koontz. Odd can see dead people. They don't speak, but somehow they have to each work to get their messages across to Odd so that he can help them. Sometimes it's about justice. Sometimes it's about unfinished business. And sometimes, it's much bigger than even Odd has ever seen...

    This man is young but has such an awesome view of life and how to live. I would have loved to spend time with such a character.

  8. Cardisa profile image92
    Cardisaposted 6 years ago

    Hucckleberry Finn, he seemed like he had a lot of fun getting into trouble. There is always some river and boats and I just love that kind of thing. My brother is a fisherman so I can relate to the river and boat thing.

  9. MichelleA2011 profile image60
    MichelleA2011posted 6 years ago

    I would pick Faythe Sanders from Rachel Vincent's Shifters Series. No nonsense, kick ass, take no prisoners sort of gal.

    The runner's up would be: Alex Cross (James Patterson), Mitch Rapp (Vince Flynn), Scot Harvath (Brad Thor). These are all men who get it done damn the consequences!!

  10. duffsmom profile image60
    duffsmomposted 6 years ago

    I love the main character, "Mo" in How to Flirt with a Werewolf.  Great fun and she is feisty.

  11. sam3m profile image60
    sam3mposted 6 years ago

    great question.  i have a few candidates: smee, captain hook's first mate; the beagle boys, burglars from scrooge mcduck stories; and holden caulfield from catcher in the rye by j d salinger.

  12. platinumOwl4 profile image77
    platinumOwl4posted 6 years ago

    I enjoy the tales of 21 Baker St., therefore it would be Sherlock Holmes. The stories contain some interesting pearls.

  13. camsolivia profile image76
    camsoliviaposted 6 years ago

    Tigger (from Winnie the Pooh)...because he's bouncyflouncyBIGTIME fun!

  14. bwonderboo profile image58
    bwonderbooposted 6 years ago

    Fred Weasley in "Harry Potter".  I'm still mourning his death.   

    Sophie, Lily, Minty Fresh and The Emperor in "A Dirty Job" by Christopher Moore.  They are just really wacky and interesting with a good heart.

 
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