My Favorite Character

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My Favorite Character

By | Feb. 2012
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Who is Your Favorite Character and Why?

October 7, 2010

My favorite character from the novel These Boots Are Made for Stalking by Lisi Harrison is Massie Block. Massie is a fun, fashionable, and sometimes feisty friend. But at the end of the day she is always having fun whether with bean her lovable dog, Kendra and William, her parents, and The Pretty Committee, her infamous group of friends that include Claire, her guest house roommate, Alicia, Massie’s Fannish(fake Spanish.) BFF, Dylan, a bodacious redhead with tons of attitude and a big appetite to complete it, and finally Kristen, a sports fanatic who can totally bend anything like Beckham. Massie Block is a very appearance inspired person. She loves the flashy names of fashion like Marc Jacobs, Juicy Couture, Coach, Prada, and Louis Vitton. After school Massie and the PC (Pretty Committee) take long trips in the luxurious Range Rover compliments of Massie’s parents, to the Big Apple City for endless hours of shopping, dining, and hanging out. Massie has never been cheap with her money she is never against helping out a friend if they ever forgot their Visa. The PC has many emergency cards in case. With an all-white room and an even whiter pup Massie is always on top of things. Homework has never been passed in later than a day, nor has extra credit never been attempted. Bean is a dog Massie got for her 5th birthday as a gift from her parents, she has been training Bean with hard work, dedication, and dog treats. Bean has never let her down. Bean has graduated from Westchester Obedience School as the A+ student and that’s all thanks to Massie’s loving nature for dogs and fun. Being a great friend is another one of Massie’s great sides. If a friend was ever in need of a rare Prada bag but no cash, Massie was the first one to lend a helping hand, and a helping AmEx. At one of Massie’s Friday Night Sleepovers Kristen revealed that she wasn’t as rich as they thought she was, but really she lived in the...