YA Scavenger Hunt #131

Welcome to the YA Scavenger Hunt!

Congratulations! You made it across the turbulent seas and through the wilds of the jungles to reach your next destination. Somewhere on this page, you will find clue #131 in the YA Scavenger Hunt, which will bring you one step closer to completing the mystery story!  In the meantime, let me show you the treasures I’m giving away to one lucky person who answers the following question in the comments below:

Who is the best YA Villain ever?

All names of those who answer will go into a pot, and if you’re the lucky winner, you will win the following ebooks in your chosen format:

 and … your choice of one of the following:



And now what you’ve been waiting for!!

Clue #131 – your secret word is:GAVE

is the word.

Good luck on your scavenger hunt and I can’t wait to find out who your favorite villain is.

The next two stops on the hunt are:

Kat Stiles

Jessica Hawke


58 thoughts on “YA Scavenger Hunt #131

  1. Good question. Blayce the Gallen from Protector of the Small series by Tamora Pierce. I think that his willingness to create such horrific machines without a conscience is scary.


  2. Man everybody has picked all the goods ones! I have to agree with Umbridge I hate her! I also thought Klaus from Vampire diaries was a good villain, even though you couldn’t help but feel sorry for him. I also agree with Neferet and the Strigoi as well. Thanks for the giveaway!

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    1. My pleasure! There are still others out there. I’m thinking maybe Thiago (the white wolf) in Daughter of Smoke and Bone. It makes my blood crawl that Karou had to masquerade as him.


  3. Thanks for the giveaway. I would say The Darkling from Shadow and Bone by Leigh Bardugo. All though towards the end you feel sorry for him.

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  4. I have to go with vampire academy’s Strigoi though there were others throughout the series. You cant have one with out the other so bloodlines the spin off the Warriors and mr.Sage. Though there were others.

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  5. I would have to say Maven from Red Queen, mainly because I have not long ago just finished Red Queen and it is fresh in my mind!!!

    Judy Cox

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    1. But he has redeeming qualities to him. I know he comes off cold and hateful in the first two books, but I can’t hate him completely by the end of the series. Still, in the first 2 books – I wanted to smack him a few times. 🙂


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