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Top Ten Tuesday: Favorite Platonic Friendships


Happy Tuesday everyone!  Welcome to the Top Ten Tuesday now hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl.  This week's topic is Favorite Couples In Books, but I'm doing something a bit different this time since it seems like I just did a similar topic.  Anyway, I'm featuring some of my Favorite Platonic Friendships this time around.  Here we go, in no particular order:


Jess and Khalila - The Great Library series by Rachel Caine


Blue and Ronan - The Raven Cycle by Maggie Stiefvater


Harry and Hermione - Harry Potter by J.K. Rowling


Cinder and Thorne - The Lunar Chronicles by Marissa Meyer


Jackaby and Abigail - Jackaby by William Ritter


Liesel and Rudy - The Book Thief by Markus Zusak


Isabelle and Jean-Claude - An Alchemy of Masques and Mirrors by Curtis Craddock


Kizzy and Jenks - The Long Way to a Small, Angry Planet by Becky Chambers


Robin and Strike - Cormoran Stirke by Robert Galbraith


Todd and Viola - Chaos Walking by Patrick Ness


What are some of your favorite platonic friendships?  Are you fans of any of the characters that made my list this week?  As always, thanks for visiting my blog and perhaps even commenting down below!

Comments

  1. I always love a good friendship in books, too... but usually not if it means there's no romance. Guess I'm just a romantic like that. :D I have however noted LOTS of OTP love for several Lunar series pairs today. Gotta' love when characters leave that kind of lasting impression.

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  2. I love a platonic relationship! Harry and Hermione are one of my favourites! My TTT

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  3. Oh I love your twist on this one! I'm so happy you included Cinder and Thorne because I think their friendship gets overlooked all the time. I love when they are bantering with each other.

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  4. Kizzy and Jenks are so awesome. I love everyone in that book lol. I still have to read The great Library series...

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    1. So do I! I bet you'll love The Great Library series. :)

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  5. Harry and Hermione are friend goals. I love them.

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  6. Great spin on this week's topic! I always loved the friendships in Harry Potter more than anything, and yes to the friendship between Cinder and Thorne - it's one of my favourites. I need to check The Great Library series out!

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    1. The Great Library series has quickly become an all time favorite series. :)

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  7. I love Harry and Hermione-I really don't get why people wanted them to be a couple when they were such great platonic friends. Liesel and Rudy as well, so cute!
    My TTT: https://jjbookblog.wordpress.com/2019/02/12/top-ten-tuesday-198/

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  8. Yes, Harry and Hermione worked wonderfully as friends. :)

    This is my Top Ten Tuesday post.

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  9. I love this post since I'm more into platonic friendships than romances. Or maybe I love the idea that a friendship could turn into a romance??😁

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  10. Great twist on the theme! Harry and Hermoine have long been a favorite of mine as well. Only just read The Cuckoo's Calling late last year, but I love Robin and Comoran together. She totally mothers him at times.

    Here is our Top Ten Tuesday. Thank you!

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  11. Great post. I can't resist Harry and Hermione either.
    sherry @ fundinmental

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  12. Yay for all the platonic friendships. I love Harry and Hermione's friendship. I think it's second to only Harry and Ron. Great list!

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  13. I like your twist on the topic. I am going to save this one for a day when I am stuck and can't think of a topic. You remembered so many friends in books. I love it. My favorite literary couples

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  14. I am reading The Long Way right now, and I love Kizzy and Jenks. They are the best.
    Dani @ The Restricted Section

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  15. I haven't read any of those books yet! I really like Scar and Tella in the Caraval series.

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    1. They are both great characters. Thanks for coming over Brooke.

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