Because you like Jay Gatsby in The Great Gatsby
If you believe if fairies, you better believe in Tinkerbell. See them in Peter Pan.
Bridget Jones is a wanton sex goddess, struggling 30-something, and semi-hot mess. See them in Bridget Jones's Diary.
Emma Woodhouse knows what's best for everyone else. Just don't try to tell her what to do. See them in Emma.
Jack's big imagination is never limited by his incredibly cramped surroundings. See them in Room.
A suave womanizer, Jacob Palmer has turned seduction into a science. See them in Crazy, Stupid Love.
Jean-Baptiste Grenouille may have a phenomenal sense of smell, but he has a weak sense of morality. See them in Perfume: The Story of a Murderer.
The brilliant and well-adjusted Ender Wiggin is being groomed for the next generation of military leaders to fight alien invaders. See them in Ender's Game.
Jacob Black is the boy next door who's also the wolf next door. See them in Twilight.
A girl who grew up on stories, Meggie Folchart is as loyal and intrepid as one of her fictional heroines. See them in Inkheart.
Brian Robeson is a true survivor through and through. See them in Hatchet.
Miss Havisham is the creepiest old rich lady in town. See them in Great Expectations.
Raised to happily follow the rules, Cassia might actually be more rebellious than she thinks she is. See them in Matched .