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This will be a Top Five because I can't think of many characters I don't click with. I always try to give a second chance to a character. I give them an opportunity to redeem themselves. But the few ones I don't click with, most of times, I feel that I end up hating them. A lot.
Charley Davidson from First Grave on the Right - I hate you so much Charley! I really, but really hate you! Her childish ways annoy me. Charley isn't funny. She is like a little kid who keeps repeating the same jokes over and over again; she is like a girl stuck on high school forever. And the worse is that I enjoy the series plot (I really find it interesting), but Charley's behavior ruins everything for me. Another reason to hate her so much.
Meg Corbyn from Written in Red - I didn't click with Meg at first. I found really difficult to accept her ingenuity (as a cassandra sangue she had never experienced the real world before). It annoyed me to no end how stupid she could be. But the Others made up for her bland character. I confess that by the end, I warmed up to Meg. I'm currently reading Murder of Crows and I haven't felt like slapping her yet.
Ron Wesley from the Harry Potter series - This has nothing to do with me being pro Harry/Hermione. I liked Ron in the first three books - even when he and my favourite character, Hermione, were always bickering. But then Ron came across a jealous brat and I just wanted to put some sense in his head. I'm sure Harry would have changed places with him at any time - a loveling family and not having someone trying to murder you every year sounds pretty amazing.
Sansa Stark from A Song of Ice and Fire - Do I really have to explain? I mean, it's Sansa. I tried, but... It's Sansa. Enough said! But her character in Game of Thrones is more interesting than her character in the books.
Trish Prior from Divergent - I read Divergent in less than 24 hours just so I didn't have to deal with Trish a second more. I can't recall the main reason why I didn't click with her (see? I really don't want anything to do with Trish), but we just didn't click.