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Distinguished Correspondent
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Registered: ‎10-03-2010
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Re: Most Evil Character in a Book?

Nevermore1 wrote:


msmoonlite wrote:

Annie Wilkes from Misery.


Actually I was going to post The Lovely Bones character and Flagg but you guys beat me to it!!!

I thought of Annie the other night as well.  Some could argue that technically she's not evil but crazy - I'd go with both!


I was on the fence as well...until I thought about her cutting off limbs. Yes. that is crazy but more than that its evil too!!!

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Registered: ‎04-11-2011
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Re: Most Evil Character in a Book?

Opheilia James...from Thirteen Days To Midnight.......but it wasn't her fault read my review on the book. Horrifying, but I loved every minute of it...