Which Literary Character Knows Your Soul?

Do you know which classic and amazing literary character knows your soul best? You might find the answer surprising. Take these 10 questions and discover just which literary character knows your soul!

Question 1/10
How do your previously read books look?
They're in pristine condition
They're pretty beat up
They're in decent condition

Question 2/10
Where would you most like to live?
In an urban area
In the country
In the suburbs
In the mountains

Question 3/10
How do you feel about rules?
They're meant to be broken
They exist for a reason
They're pretty useless sometimes

Question 4/10
How would your friends describe you in one word?

Question 5/10
Which club were you a part of in high school?
Drama club
Debate team
Visual arts club
Writing club
I hate clubs

Question 6/10
On a scale of 1-5, how much do you let the world see the real you?

Question 7/10
Would you stand up for someone being bullied?
I don't like confrontation
Probably not

Question 8/10
Do you tend to enjoy large parties?
No I like small intimate gatherings

Question 9/10
Would you describe yourself as athletic or outdoorsy?

Question 10/10
What's your greatest flaw?
My temper
My impatience
My stubborness
My sensitivity
The literary character that knows your soul is Katniss Everdeen of "The Hunger Games!" You and Katniss are both strong, resilient and independent. You've never depending on another person for anything, just like Katniss in this dystopian novel!

Katniss Everdeen
The literary character that knows you best is Elizabeth Bennet! Strong, witty, and totally charming; Ms. Bennet can't help but have people fall all over her. You've got a lot in common with this female tour de force. Including a bit of love troubles.

Elizabeth Bennet
The literary character who knows your soul best is "Holden Caulfield!" Much like this lonely and lost character, you often feel at odds with the world and those around you. Sometimes people come off as a bit phony and distant to you, which is why you don't trust many people.

Holden Caulfield
The literary character that best matches your soul is Hazel Grace Lancaster! This strong female heroine went through her fair share of trials during the novel "The Fault in Our Stars," but never showed an ounce of bitterness or contempt for the world around her. Sound like anyone you know?

Hazel Grace Lancaster
The literary character who knows your soul is Hermione Granger! Much like Hermione you're whip smart, strong, and totally on your toes at all times. No one can ever push you around or treat you like an object, you're a female tour de force.

Hermione Granger