Ideally, I'd pick ten hot book dudes and build me a harem, but let's be real and realize we need to eat and so on. I need some handy suckers on my team so let's get down to it.
1. Hermione Granger (Harry Potter)
I'd like to know what to do in case of emergency, what plants to eat, what animals are dangerous etc. I have no doubt Hermione would be well read on these things and would be a great vault of knowledge and safety tips. She's also a witch so that's always a plus. I hope she'd remember that bag of hers...
2. Katniss Everdeen (The Hunger Games)
I doubt Hermione's too fond of hunting so Katniss would help us catch our dinner, warn us if someone's coming etc., even though we'd probably be safe with Hermione's spells. She'd maybe even teach us to hunt and so on, always helpful.
3. Peeta Mellark (The Hunger Games)
We'll need bread with that rabbit stew. Seriously. But also, he's calm, calculating, and pretty good at camouflage. And he's hot so he's totally in immediately.
4. and 5. Weasley twins (Harry Potter)
Evening entertainment. And by that I mean jokes and tricks and the sort! Mostly.
6. Avry of Kazan (Healer series)
We could absolutely do with a healer among ourselves. You never know what might happen, and even though Hermione probably knows how to help, and Katniss wrapped up a wound or two, a proper healer with some magic of her own would be great!
7. Cinder (The Lunar Chronicles)
Whatever made us end up on that island, maybe Cinder could fix. Crashed plane, maybe a ship. Hopefully, she'd be able to get us off the island as soon as possible. Unless we had too much fun with them Weasleys...
8. Celaena Sardothien (Throne of Glass)
We don't need an army to protect us if we have Celaena. She'd sort any attackers right up. I'd absolutely sleep like dead if she were guarding my back.
9. Mila (Mila 2.0)
Mila's like a back-up to Celaena. Together, they'd be unstoppable and would totally level down the island if needs be. Can you say badass?
... maybe Arya and Brienne could join that club, too.
10. Percy Jackson (Percy Jackson and the Olympians)
In case Cinder failed or had no resources, maybe Percy could get us a deal with his father to get us out of wherever we managed to end up.
This weekly meme is from The Broke and the Bookish.