The Book Blogger Hop is hosted by Crazy-for-Books.
This week's Questions: Who's your all-time favorite book villain?
My Answer: Hmmm, well...I have a few.
#1-Voldemort from The Harry Potter series by JK Rowling
His character was so complex and really well crafted. JK Rowling wrote him as a relatable character, in other words, I felt I could understand why he did what he did. But all the same, I still thought he was evil. There were times when I was reading the books where I had to stop reading and calm down because I was so angry with what he and the death eaters were doing.
#2-William from Pillars of the Earth by Ken Follet
Goodness! Just thinking about William makes me angry. *takes a few deep breaths* William is just plain evil. I hated him-pure hatred. He did such terrible terrible-unjustified things in the book. There were times when I was cursing at the book (William), yelling phrases like "I can't believe you!" or "You sick SOB" I think at the start of every chapter I was hoping he'd die. Why do I hate him so? Let me tell you: he raped and murdered people-like hundreds and hundreds. He did it all because the girl he wanted to marry (who he raped in front of her brother AND was responsible for her losing everything she owned as well as her father) didn't want him-(gasp)shocker. So he's out to make her life a living hell. As well as kill people-he likes doing that. The irony of it all is that he is petrified of going to hell.
#3-The Lessers in the Black Dagger Brotherhood series
I really really really hate these guys. They scare me. They are horrible. And they are psychopaths! Reading their parts in the books are hard for me because of how terrible they are.