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Top Ten Tuesday: Platonic Relationships In Books

Hi everyone! Happy Tuesday, I’m back at it again with another Top Ten Tuesday. Today’s topic is: Platonic Relationships In Books. Let’s get into it! 🙂

Top Ten Tuesday was created by The Broke and the Bookish in June of 2010 and was moved to That Artsy Reader Girl in January of 2018. It was born of a love of lists, a love of books, and a desire to bring bookish friends together.

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This week’s topic is Platonic Relationships In Books.

  1. Eden & Josh from The Way I Used to Be. These two start off dating, but by the end I think they have a very good friendship and I like how they work with each other.
  2. Constance & her sisters [Norma & Fleurette] from The Kopp Sisters novels. I love the relationship between all three of them; they love each other fiercely, yet can get on each other’s nerves in a matter of minutes!
  3. Katniss & Prim (also Rue) from The Hunger Games. I just finished my re-read of these books and I love how much Katniss not only loves her sister, but Rue too.
  4. Millie & Callie from Puddin’. These two are an odd pairing as they are enemies who become friends and I love the relationship these two form with one another.
  5. Kendra & Seth from the Fablehaven series. These two siblings remind me of me and my brother so I enjoyed reading these two face off with different monsters; it really showed how much they cared for each other.
  6. Jack & Joesph from Orbiting Jupiter. These two brothers, foster brothers, really learn the true meaning of family and it’s so beautiful to read.
  7. Starr & her uncle from The Hate U Give. I know she has a great relationship with her parents too, but I really liked how well she got on with her uncle as well.
  8. Violet, Klaus & Sunny Baudelaire from a Series of Unfortunate Events. I love these books; I love how much these three work well together, really playing on all of their strengths.
  9. Molly Weasley & pretty much every character in the series. I had to add a Harry Potter answer. But I think Molly is such a great character who loves everyone that comes into her life so unconditionally and it’s such a strong quality to have.
  10. Jem & Will from the Infernal Devices. These two have a brother bond and they are such good friends, it was good to read.

What platonic relationships are on your list?

9 thoughts on “Top Ten Tuesday: Platonic Relationships In Books

  1. You’ve picked some great characters for this weeks topic Meghan. I think my favourite is Will and Jem, normally I’m not a fan of love triangles (something everyone is probably aware of now) but I didn’t mind the one in TID simply because of the friendship between Will and Jem which it seemed like nothing could come between.
    Great post, and again great picks. 🙂 ❤️

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