OH yes, The Poisonwood Bible, one of my favourite books - a [name]Little[/name] Women for modern day! I loved the names of the four girls and think they were well chosen - they “go” together and also hint at the characters of the individual girls - [name]Rachel[/name], [name]Leah[/name], [name]Adah[/name] and the little one, [name]Ruth[/name] [name]May[/name].
I love [name]Lux[/name] from The Virgin Suicides too, but perhaps I have already mentioned that.
My favourite book when I was a child was Ballet Shoes by [name]Noel[/name] Streatfield, and I was fascinated by the three Fossil girls, [name]PAULINE[/name], [name]PETROVA[/name] and [name]POSY[/name]. To a little Welsh girl in the early 1960s, these names (the last two, anyway) were quite revolutionary!
I also loved The [name]Secret[/name] Garden, and still love the name [name]MARY[/name] [name]LENNOX[/name].
Names are so important in books, as everywhere else.