Happy Friday Favorites! This week’s prompt is “Favorite Bisexual Characters”.
Today happens to be Celebrate Bisexuality Day, so we’re celebrating along with @Functionally Fictional in listing our favorite bisexual characters.
While I haven’t read a ton of books featuring bisexual representation, the books I have read with it have been outstanding, and one of my all time favorite literary characters makes this list. I picked my top 4 favorites for you this week.
1. Jesper – Six of Crows by Leigh Bardugo
Sassy, handsome, and great with a gun, Jesper is one of the most fun characters in Leigh Bardugo’s Six of Crows (and Crooked Kingdom). To see Jesper brought to life in the live action Netflix show, Shadow & Bone, was also amazing.
2. Kyoshi – The Rise of Kyoshi by F.C. Yee
An orphaned servant who rises to greatness as the Avatar in the ATLA series by F.C. Yee. Kyoshi is praised as being the greatest incarnation of the Avatar to ever have lived.
3. Jane – Dread Nation by Justina Ireland
Trained to kill the undead in this Civil War historical fiction novel, Jane learns what it takes to survive while battling both zombies and the racist system of oppression in Dread Nation by Justina Ireland.
4. Qhuinn – Lover at Last by JR Ward
Disgraced by his noble family due to a physical abnormality, Qhuinn turns into one of the most vicious fighters protecting both his race and his King. Qhuinn and his story are one of my all time favorites. His tale spans several books as a side character, but Lover at Last is his (first) own story of finding love as the main character. Lover at Last is book #11 in the Black Dagger Brotherhood series by JR Ward.
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