Welcome to Feature and Follow Friday hosted by Parajunee's View and Alison Can Read!
After a week of I am back with this weeks questions.
This week our question pertains to Father's Day:
Who is the best Dad Figure in a book, and Why?
Arthur Weasley — He’s certainly quirky, and occasionally seems a little clueless, but he’s really a great dad. He’s absolutely loyal and supportive of his sizable family, including continuing to try to redeem his estranged son Percy even when he seems completely lost. Without the benefit of wealth, he and Molly still manage to keep their family going strong even in the face of Death Eaters.
Tom Imura - older brother to Benny Imura in the Jonathan Maberry series. Tom is the one character that made the first book in the series. What happens to him in the second was extremely heart breaking and sad. I shall miss Tom.
Albus Dumbledore - Harry Potter Series by JK Rowling. Albus was more of a mentor than a father figure yet without his direction and support, Harry wouldn't have made it past his first year in school.
How about Faythe's father (Shifters) who fave up everything, including his own life, in order to ensure that Faythe and her brother's got everything they needed from life?
Abe - Rose's father from the Vampire Academy series. Ruthless, yet strangely proud that his daughter has the same spunk and cockiness that he does.
There are plenty of other good choices out there, and I'm looking forward to blog
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Happy Friday and Happy Father's Day!