Character Appreciation Post #4

Full Name: Juliet Moreau

Series: Madman’s Daughter

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Author: Megan Shepherd

Background:  Juliet is the daughter of the infamous Henri Moreau, a man who was banished from the academies of London for his cruel experimentation and procedures. Juliet follows her childhood friend Montgomery to a remote island, where she finds her father is still alive and continuing her research. Later, Juliet, Montgomery, and one of her father’s creations return to London and must face many new troubles. All the while, Juliet must determine how she really feels about Montgomery, try to get over the fact that her father lied to her for many years, and come to terms with her own dark and twisted nature. 

Qualities: Curious to the point of madness. Brooding and thoughtful. Adventurous and dangerous. Knows how to load and cock a rifle and isn’t afraid to shoot it. Can perform a delicate surgery under pressure. Fiercely dedicated to protecting those she loves. Just a little bit mad. 

Quotes:

“Dead flesh and sharpened scalpels didn’t bother me. I was my father’s daughter, after all. My nightmares were made of darker things.”

 “Call it sentimentality. Call it curiosity. Just don’t call it madness.”

 “The Beast had been a monster. He’d been a murderer. And yet on some terrible, deep level, he had been the only one to truly understand me.”

 

Character Appreciation Posts are a blog meme thought up by Batool at Batool’s Book Feels. I loved the idea so much, that I just had to join in.  I’ll try to do a weekly CAP on Fridays from here on out, so if you like the idea go ahead and join in and post about your favorite book characters!

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