I recently started playing Mass Effect, so when I saw this, I decided to do it. I found it on here.
1. Commander Shepard
Paragon: A main character that puts the needs of everyone else before their own
Nona Grey from The Book of the Ancestor by Mark Lawrence. She always puts her friends first and I love her for it.
Renegade: A main character that chooses to do bad things for “the greater good”
Rhys form ACOTAR. He’s done some pretty bad things to protect those he loves. I feel like there is actually a better character for this that’s nagging at the back of my mind, but I can’t think who right now.
2. Eden Prime: the book/book series that got you into reading
This question pops up often in tags and I don’t really have an answer for it. I’ve been into reading for as long as I can remember.
3. Liara T’Soni: a book that taught you something new
The Martian by Andy Weir. It taught me how to survive on Mars.
4. Garrus Vakarian: a character that brought joy/life to an otherwise sad/too serious book
Sand dan Glokta from The First law trilogy by Joe Abercrombie. This isn’t so much sad or serious, as it’s just grim. But I always enjoyed Glokta so much. His narrative is so dry and witty, I couldn’t help but laugh.
Kaidan Alenko: a book that was boring in the beginning but ended up becoming good
Cruel Beauty by Rosamund Hodge. I honestly don’t remember a whole lot about this book besides that I really enjoyed it and that it started up slow. i might have to re-read it.
Ashley Williams: a book/book series that no matter how many times you’ve tried you just can’t get into it
It pains me to say this, but The Silmarillion by J. R. R. Tolkien. It’s just so dense and not really a cohesive book. I really want to know all of the things it talks about, but so far, I have tried reading it at least 6 times. And I never get very far into it. It’s just so hard to keep track of all the characters and places and timelines. I invariably end up confused and give up like 200 pages in. I have read the first part of the book so many times and I still don’t remember who all the characters are.
6. Joker: a book that made you laugh
Any Jonas Jonasson book.
7. Tali’Zorah vas Normandy: a character that grew throughout the book and ended up becoming an amazing character
I don’t want to use the same character again, but I have to mention Nona again. She was always an awesome character, but she grew so much throughout the series.
Also, Nassun from The Broken Earth.
8. Mordin Solus and Thane Krios: a character that had a tragic death that you wish you could bring back to life
Lady from A Song of Ice and Fire by George R. R. Martin. Stop killing animals, please. Thank you.
9. Reapers: a villain that you love
Sebastian Morgenstern from The Mortal Instruments by Cassandra Clare (art by Cassandra Jean).
10. The Ending
Destroy: a book/book series you wish you could make disappear
I don’t know. There are some books that I’d want to make disappear from my brain, but I don’t necessarily think they’re harmful and should stop existing. Maybe Fifty Shades of Grey. Although I haven’t read that. But if it’s even half as toxic and awful as I’ve heard it made out to be, then I’d want it to stop existing.
Control: an author you wish you could control in order to change something about their book/book series
Patrick Rothfuss. I would make him WRITE BOOK 3 FASTER!!!
Synthesize: two authors you wish would co-write a book
I don’t really know for this one.