Blog Tour and Series Cast: Quintana of Charyn by Melina Marchetta

I’m delighted to be participating for the Quintana of Charyn blog tour. As we all eagerly await the US release of the last in Melina Marchetta’s stunning Lumatere Chronicles series, I couldn’t help but ruminate a bit on all of the characters that we’ve come to know and love in Finnikin of the Rock and Froi of the Exiles.

I can’t help but cast characters in my head when I’m reading. Here’s how I imagine the characters in the Lumatere Chronicles series. (Warning: The pictures in my head often don’t match up to character descriptions. But it’s my vision, so change it if you don’t like it).

Finnikin

Isaboe

 

Froi

Quintana

Phaedra

Lucian

Check out the rest of the stops on the blog tour here.

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Blog Tour and Series Cast: Throne of Glass by Sarah J. Maas

I can’t help but cast characters in my head when I’m reading. Here’s how I imagine the characters in Sarah J. Maas’ Throne of Glass series. (Warning: The pictures in my head often don’t match up to character descriptions. But it’s my vision, so change it if you don’t like it).

Celaena Sardothien

“At a passing glance, one might think her eyes blue or gray, perhaps even green, depending on the color of her clothing. Up close, though, these warring hues were offset by the brilliant ring of gold around her pupils. But it was her golden hair that caught the attention of most, hair that still maintained a glimmer in its glory.”

Dorian DeHavilliard

“Yet there was something in his eyes, strikingly blue- the color of the waters of the southern countries- and the way they contrasted with his raven-black hair that made her pause. He was achingly handsome, and couldn’t have been older than twenty.”

Chaol Westfall

“He straightened from a low bow and removed his hood, revealing close-cropped chestnut hair…Captain Westfall was not excessively handsome, but she couldn’t help finding the ruggedness of his face and the clarity of his golden-brown eyes rather appealing.”

Nehemia Ytger

“She was stunning, long and lean, each of her features perfectly formed and smooth. Her loose white dress contrasted with her creamy brown skin, and a three-plated gold torque covered much of her chest and neck.”

Series Cast: The Curse Workers by Holly Black

I can’t help but cast characters in my head when I’m reading. Here’s how I imagine the characters in Holly Black’s The Curse Workers series. (Warning: The pictures in my head often don’t match up to character descriptions. But it’s my vision, so change it if you don’t like it).

Cassel

Lila

Sam

Daneca

Philip

Maura

Barron

Zacharov

Anton

Audrey

Grandad

Cassel's Mom

Series Cast: Parasol Protectorate

I can’t help but cast characters in my head when I’m reading. Here’s how I imagine the cast of Gail Carriger’s Parasol Protectorate series. (Warning: The pictures in my head often don’t match up to character descriptions. But it’s my vision, so change it if you don’t like it).

Alexia Tarabotti

Lord Connall Maccon

Ivy Hisselpenny

Lord Akeldama

Madame Genevieve Lefoux

Series Cast: Cin Craven

I can’t help but cast characters in my head when I’m reading. Here’s how I imagine the cast of Jenna Maclaine’s Cin Craven series. (Warning: The pictures in my head often don’t match up to character descriptions. But it’s my vision, so change it if you don’t like it).

Cin

Michael

Justine

Of course, without the strange facial markings ; )

Devlin

Marrakesh

 

Macleod

Drake

 

Series Cast: Night Huntress series

I can’t help but cast characters in my head when I’m reading. Here’s how I imagine the cast of Jeaniene Frost’s Night Huntress series. (Warning: The pictures in my head often don’t match up to character descriptions. But it’s my vision, so change it if you don’t like it).

Cat

Bones

Just picture the bleached hair. Besides, he dyes it back to brown midway through the series.

Spade

Denise

Mencheres

Kira

Yes, very original, I know. But once I read the name, I could only picture her as I was reading.

Ian

When, I ask, will Ian get his own book? I adore him.

Vlad

Justina

Series Cast: Women of the Otherworld

I can’t help but cast characters in my head when I’m reading. Here’s how I imagine the female leads of Kelley Armstrong’s Women of the Otherworld series. (Warning: The pictures in my head often don’t match up to character descriptions. But it’s my vision, so change it if you don’t like it).

Elena

 

Paige

 

Jaime

 

Hope

 

Eve

 

Savannah