Monday, September 4, 2017

Character Playlist: Kate Harker

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I just recently finished Our Dark Duet by Victoria Schwab, and it was just as good as the first book in the duology, This Savage Song! I though the ending was quite fitting for the two books, even if it was a bit sad. Though there was never going to be a happy ending.

In tribute to this duology, my playlist this week will be for Kate Harker, one of the main protagonists. Last summer, I made one for August Flynn, which you can find here!

"Fight Song" by Rachel Platten
Despite her father constantly trying to keep her out of the fighting, out of harm's way, Kate was always born to be a fighter.

"Gasoline" by Halsey
During Our Dark Duet, Kate has to confront the monster inside of herself, the monster that was born out of the events from the previous book.

"Fix You" by Coldplay
When she sees August, all she wants to go is help him become what he once was. Mostly human.

"You Won't Know" by Brand New
Kate has been surrounded by a lot of death, and there's a lot of things that are left unsaid from people that she cared about.

"MakeDamnSure" by Taking Back Sunday
Hunting monsters, Kate tries to distance herself from all other humans. Making sure that everyone stays a safe difference from her and her danger.

"A Violent Noise" by The xx
Much of Kate's life has been filled with violence. What do you expect when living in a city run by monsters?

"Sucker for Pain" by Imagine Dragons, Lil Wayne, and Wiz Khalifa
Kate always goes into a fight without a second thought, knowing it's her duty to save the innocent citizens.

"Heathens" by Twenty One Pilots
Many of the people that Kate finds surrounding her are monsters, but maybe not always in an obvious way.

"Can't Pin Me Down" by Marina and the Diamonds
Kate's skill at fighting make it difficult for others to pin her down, and she is almost always able to fight her way out.

"Praying" by Kesha
Kate's father wasn't the person that she thought he was, hiding her away, using her weaknesses. But despite her upbringing, she is stronger than ever.

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