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Top 5 Wednesday: Biggest Badarses



It’s Wednesday so that means that it’s Top 5 Wednesday and this week’s topic is top five books with the biggest badarses. To find more about Top 5 Wednesday’s you can join the goodreads group and discover the creator of the group Lainey. So let’s get started…

Number 5: Penryn from the Penryn & the End of Days series

Angelfall (Penryn & the End of Days, #1)Penryn is just such a badarse. I definitely like her strength and her love for her family. 











Number 4: Willowdean from Dumplin' 

Dumplin'Although when you think of badarses, I think to tend to of fantasy or dystopian reads but what Williowdean does in this book takes a lot of confidence that I would never be able to do. 









Number 3: Saba from the Dustland series

Blood Red Road (Dust Lands, #1)Saba gets kidnapped, is then make to cage fight in which she has to survive, escape and then try to save her brother. If this is not the definition of a badarse then...










Number 2: Isabelle from the Mortal Instruments series

City of Bones (The Mortal Instruments, #1)Isabelle is just so cool, she carries a whip and fights all the faeries and demons of the shadow world. I mean all the characters are pretty badarse but Isabelle is just....










Number 1: Katniss Everdeen from The Hunger Games 

When I first saw this topic I thought of Katniss so I don't think I need to explain this one just...



What are your biggest badarses? Leave them in the comments below.

See you soon, 

Amy

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