Top Ten Tuesday is an original weekly meme hosted by The Broke and the Bookish where I’ll post my top ten book choices (in no particular order) based on certain themes. If you would also like to participate, find out the rules by clicking here.
1. Harry Potter Series by JK Rowling: We all know this loyal trio- Harry Potter x Hermione Granger x Ron Weasley.
2. The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants by Anna Brashares: After reading about these four best friends, Carmen Lowell x Tibby Tomko-Rollins x Bridget Vreeland x Lena Karigalis, you can’t help but wish to be one of them.
3. Bridge of Terabithia by Katherine Paterson: This tragic duo, Jesse Oliver Aarons, Jr. x Leslie Burke, epitomized every greatly imaginative child until the very end.
4. The Lord of the Rings Series by J.R.R. Tolkien: Here’s two more well-known devoted groups of friends- the Hobbits with Frodo Baggins x Samwise Gamgee x Meriadoc Brandybuck x Peregrin Took & the trio that are always fighting at the front-line with Gimli x Legolas x Aragorn II Elessar.
5. Charlotte’s Web by E.B. White: Though it’s been a long long while, I couldn’t leave this charming friendship out- Wilbur x Charlotte x Templeton.
6. Percy Jackson & the Olympians Series by Rick Riordan: In constant fights to save the world, we can always count on this three half-blood warriors- Perceus (Percy) Jackson x Annabeth Chase x Grover Underwood.
7. The Boy in the Stripped Pajamas by John Boyne: Another tragic pair, Bruno x Schmuel will leave you both devastated and disgusted.
8. The Princess Bride by William Goldman: These two bad boys turned good, Inigo Montoya x Fezzik, will always be at the top of my list.
9. War Horse by Michael Morpurgo: Who ever said your pet can’t be your best friend? If you do, you haven’t met Albert Narracott x Joey (the horse) yet.
10. Darkest Powers Trilogy by Kelley Armstrong: Though this group has off and on love/hate relationships, Chloe Saunders x Derek Souza x Simon Bae x Elizabeth (Liz) Delaney x Victoria (Tori) Enright are joined together by a common cause and grow strong bonds.
Which of these have you read? Which would you like to read? Are there any other books you would have added to this list? Leave a comment below.