Top Five Wednesday: Who’s Coming to my New Year’s Party?

I haven’t done one of these in a LONG time. Mostly because the girl who took over started with crap topics. Bleh. The topic is pretty easy to comprehend. Leggo.

Katniss Everdeen

She’s the Girl on Fire. I mean, come on.

Harry Bosch

I don’t drink alcohol. So I’d sit down with a bottle of water out away from the rest of the party and talk to Harry about everything. He’s insightful and I doubt anyone could match his stories from decades with LAPD. I’d also tell him his daughter would make an excellent detective.

Mark Watney

I just finished The Martian and have LOTS of thoughts on it, but for now I’d just like to tell Mark here that’s he’s hilarious. Stay tuned for a full review in the next day or two!

A

She’s the protagonist from Every Day and it would actually be cool to invite her every year to the New Year’s party just to see her in different bodies.

Guy Montag

This might seem like an odd choice when you consider the fact that I HATE this book. But I’d invite him because every other person invited to this particular party would love books. And this bastard burns them. I’d pretty much just tell him off. And perhaps create a mob in the process.

Those are the five characters I’d invite to my New Year’s party! Who would you invite to yours!?

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6 thoughts on “Top Five Wednesday: Who’s Coming to my New Year’s Party?

  1. I agree Mark Watney is serious hilarious, so him.
    Joe Ledger, I’d love to pick his brain and see if I could get a conversation going with Mark and him about how to survive the worst most f’ed up situations.
    Agatha Christie, hey she wrote autobiographical things, and I couldn’t possibly pass up the chance to chat with her.
    The main character from the country store murders, I can’t remember her name, but I’d invite her early so someone other than me could cook for one of my parties. LOL
    And Molly, from Scripting the Truth because she’s fabulous and funny.
    Bottoms Up!

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    • I actually think I could talk only to Mark Watney and be completely fine with it. I think Agatha Christie would definitely be interesting. Getting outside literary characters I think I’d like to invite Neil DeGrasse Tyson or Bill Nye. I mean, there’s no conversation like the one to save our planet, right? 😁

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  2. I agree I like the keep it real approach nice work John

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