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We are constantly evolving as people which is why the prompt this week is: What are some of your favorite books that show character growth?
Ahh Zuko… one of my favorite characters with amazing character growth and just a hugely satisfying redemption arc. One of my all time favorite people ever. I also may or may not be rewatching Avatar: The Last Airbender for the millionth time… Can’t mess with a good show okay people? It deserves to be rewatched plenty of times.
So I don’t know how many books I have that I want to share but there is definitely one that I have that I’ve been reading for the past couple of days:
So I was actually really happy to see that almost all of the main characters that I liked in this novel went through some sort of positive character growth. I don’t want to spoil anything since you just have to read it for yourself, but this has been one of the greatest books that I read that has some really good character growth. And I liked the fact that it was positive character growth.
This one went through some character growth that I really enjoyed. I actually need to still write my review for this because it’s been a long time since I read this and I don’t remember EVERYTHING that I read. Both Daniel (Deming) and his mother Polly had to go through some intense character growth both dealing with together, and separated.
AND MY GIRL CHARLIE! She definitely went through some character growth and I am so proud of her and how far she’s come through her journey. And I’m proud of her and learning more about her friendship with Amelia and working that out between them in such a healthy way.
This is late but I wanted to get it out eventually! Lol see you guys later.
4 thoughts on “#faefriday | Favorite Books with Character Growth”
Yes! Charlie! I absolutely loved her growth and how authentic her friendship with Amelia felt.
Oooooh I’m so glad to hear that Charlie Vega has character growth, because I love a book showing growth, and I’ve had my eye on that one for a while! I guess it’s time to move it up on the priority ladder.
I absolutely love watching some strong character growth! It’s just so heartwarming and gives me this faith in humanity I think haha! Thanks for these recs Leelynn!
I love books with really fantastic character growth, even if the growth isn’t what I’d necessarily like to see. Great list, I haven’t read any of these!