My main protagonist named Fin is a spunky, skinny girl of fifteen, and I imagine her to look like a slightly younger version of Jessie Buckley. Especially the hair! Finley has that hair. She also has grey eyes, a faintly different smile, a forsaken flyer named Maggie, and a bottle of raspberry pop.
I love me some gingers. This is Lark, who I imagine to be slightly older with more prominent cheek bones and an indifferent and offhand look about him. The first encounter he has with Finley involves a battered bicycle, some bruised ribs, and a whole sack of beans spilled in the street. He is one of the current Sentinels, competing in this year's sentinel trials.
I tried to find a good picture for Trig, but this is all I could come up with. He is Fin's seventeen-year-old, fun-loving yet quiet cousin. He has brown hair and a drawling way of talking.
Sid Brooks. Well, how much should I say about him without spoiling it? I haven't introduced him yet, and I'm working on fleshing him sometime later in the novel. However, he is awesome (he told me so himself) and a half-wild solo balloonist.
The old keeper of Davenport library and Fin's good friend who loves wildflowers and takes one cup of Chamomile before bed to ease his aching joints. Isn't he cute?
Ash is slightly younger than this boy, with sandy blond hair. He likes to tinker with mechanics and all the girls at school think he's adorable.
A thirteen-year-old version of this girl, Bree loves to read du jour magazines and is hopelessly falling for the grocer's errand boy.
And there you have it––some of the characters from The Lightcatcher. I haven't had suitable time to elaborate on Lark's group of friends, so I didn't put any character pictures for them.
But you get the general gist of my people. Yes, they're my people.