Because you like Jay Gatsby in The Great Gatsby
Margo loves mysteries so much that she becomes one. See them in Paper Towns.
Equal parts klutzy and clever, Ella is not afraid to take her fate into her own hands. See them in Ella Enchanted.
A suave womanizer, Jacob Palmer has turned seduction into a science. See them in Crazy, Stupid Love.
Gollum is slimy and seething with hatred, the last person you would want to meet in a dark cave. See them in The Lord of the Rings.
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.
Ponyboy Curtis is a "Greaser" on the surface, but he's a sensitive poet underneath. See them in The Outsiders.
There are certain souls the surprisingly sensitive Death would rather not reap. See them in The Book Thief.
Emma Woodhouse knows what's best for everyone else. Just don't try to tell her what to do. See them in Emma.
Miss Havisham is the creepiest old rich lady in town. See them in Great Expectations.
Park feels like an outsider everywhere he goes, but he doesn't know if he wants to try fitting in anymore. See them in Eleanor and Park .
Cassie Sullivan is resilient and resourceful, but she's not quite as brave as she pretends to be. See them in The 5th Wave.
Motivated by a strong sense of curiosity, fleet-footed Lina Mayfleet is happiest when she's on the move. See them in The City of Ember.