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Top 10 Tuesday is a weekly meme hosted by The Broke and The Bookish




I’m participating in this Top Ten Tuesday Things! That means I kind of post weekly. (ARE YOU HAPPY?)

Anyway, let us get started.


1. The Harry Potter Series by JK Rowling – Okay, everyone picks Harry Potter in their Top 10 but hey! There’s a good reason to it. Ron, Hermione and Harry, the golden trio.

2. Wonder by RJ Palacio – What do you even put in these captions? But anyway, book friendship yeah.

3. Attachments by Rainbow Rowell – Beth and Jennifer’s friendship. That’s it.

4. The Heroes Of Olympus by Rick Riordan – The Seven have a very strong relationship and will tear the Earth apart (hahha, Gaea is the earth) for their friends.

5. The Mysterious Benedict Society by Trenton Lee Stewart – This is another middle grade choice, btw. Why did I pick this? Well, you see this book is about 4 super smart kids that go on an adventure to fight a villain whose name rhymes with curtain. Just kidding, his name is curtain. Mr. Curtain. And they develop a very good friendship because why wouldn’t you be friends with people who help you defeat a piece of cloth?

6. The Wings of Fire series by Tui Sutherland – (I haven’t finish this series but I’ll still put this on the list mwhahahhaha.) This book has a lot friendship too. BUT instead of people, it’s dragons. *mind is blown* *feels guilty that I used “mind blown” thing for a billion other posts* *still uses it*

7. Serpent’s Shadow by Rick Riordan – I didn’t use the other 2 books because this book has a greater deal of friendship in it. There’s a group of people fighting and they’re friends so why not add this to the list?

8. Clockwork Angel by Cassandra Clare – Okay, this book doesn’t have too much friendship in it but Will and Jem. Will and Jem.

9. Breadcrumbs by Anne Ursu – Definitely a friendship book. A girl goes through the creepiest woods ever, through a snow storm and through the Snow Queen (not Elsa) for a best friend who stopped talking to her. If that book isn’t about friendship then I don’t know what is.

10. City Of Ember by Jeanne DuPrau– 2 friends trying to escape an underground dystopia town sounds like a book about adventure (it is) but there is friendship there! (I think)


That’s it! How about you? What’s your list? Anyways, thank you for reading, and um, bye!



  1. Jeyna Grace May 21, 2014 / 9:49 AM

    So far, I have not seen a list without HP on it. Haha!

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