SURVEY: Who is your favourite (or most unfavourite) villain in a book?

by - July 29th, 2010

Our Tuesday Survey on 20 July 2010 posed the following question:

Who is your favourite (or most unfavourite) villain in a book?

Some of the responses that we received via Facebook and Twitter were:

Voldemort, Big Brother, Nurse Ratched, Hannibel Lecterand many more…

What do you think?  Add your suggestions to the comments below…

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6 Responses to “SURVEY: Who is your favourite (or most unfavourite) villain in a book?”

  1. Boomer Says:

    Righto, our favourite villains at Boomerang Books are Voldemort (Harry Potter), Gargamel (The Smurfs – is that a book?), Nurse Ratched (One Flew over the Cuckoo’s Nest), Big Brother (1984), Brother Leon and The Goober (Chocolate War) and Rastapopoulos (Tintin).

  2. Boomer Says:

    From Greg James: The Golliwogs in Noddy & Big Ears! I still have nightmares.

  3. Boomer Says:

    From Anna Valdinger: The Mayor out of Patrick Ness’s Chaos Walking trilogy (although I haven’t read the last one yet). Eeeeeeevil.

  4. Boomer Says:

    From Fiona McKenzie: Severus Snape…. Favourite double crosser of all time

  5. Helen Says:

    It’s got to be Professor Moriarty, Sherlock Holmes’ nemesis. Holmes keeps thinking he’s beaten him, but back he comes in the next story – evil AND indestructible.

  6. Michael Potter Says:

    My most unfavourite villain is Satan, who is cast as God’s nemesis in The Bible. He seems to be a particularly nasty piece of work. Mind you, there aren’t too many critics who have reviewed the Bible who opt to give him the benefit of any doubt.
    That said, in a, ‘Predator vs Satan’ battle I know who I’d have my 2 bucks on.