Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly meme hosted by The Broke and the Bookish. Every week there’s a new topic for a top ten list.
This week’s topic is a Back To School Freebie, so I chose Ten Friendship 101 Books.
1. Harry Potter series – The Sorcerer’s Stone shows the start of The Golden Trio (Harry, Hermione, and Ron), which is a great friendship. I absolutely love Hermione’s character.
2. Off-Campus series – I’ve only read books 1 and 2, but I really enjoyed them. The camaraderie with the four main guys, and the rest of the hockey team, is outstanding. These books are fire!
3. In Real Life – I really like recommending this book, because it’s super relevant nowadays with all the internet friendships.
4. Anna and the French Kiss – The group of friends Anna meets at the boarding school in Paris are great. Especially Étienne. Le sigh.
5. Saint Anything – I love how Sydney pretty much befriends the entire Chatham family in this book. I absolutely loved Mac and Layla.
6. Boomerang – Both sets of friends in this book (Mia and Ethan’s) were pretty amazing. I especially loved how her friends came to her rescue more than a few times.
7. The Start of Me and You – I’m always praising this book, because I love it so much. The group of girl friends in this book is a great example of how friendship should work.
8. We Were Liars – The Liars is a group of four friends. Their relationship is kind of twisted/destructive, but I’m recommending this book anyways. Because it blew my mind. It’s so good.
9. The Lunar Chronicle series – The Lunar Chronicles contains a couple of my favorite friendships (Cinder and Iko, Winter and Jacin, etc.), but it also contains one of my favorite ships. Cress and Throne.
10. Hundred Oaks series – Catching Jordan isn’t my favorite book in the series, but the dynamic between Jordan and Sam Henry (plus the rest of the football team) is a great example of true friendship. I’d highly recommend this series to anyone who likes sports romances. I devoured them all this year.
Have you read any of the books I listed here? If so, what’d you think of them?