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So something I just discovered is that there are a lot of books that just have generic friendships that I was meh about. However, there were also some books that had a bunch of GREAT friendships that made me swoon over their beautiful friendship-ness. Here the top ten of those are!
So maybe this was more a family than a friendship, but the Flock weren’t technically related except by their wings. This counts. Their dynamic was one of the best friend group/families that I’ve ever read.
The best way to describe this book is: Laugh out loud. Tom and his friends are hilarious and always up to shenanigans. Even my brother got into this one!
I wanted to make sure Richelle Mead was represented, but it was a hard choice between this series and the Bloodline series. In the end, I have to go with VA because Rose and Lissa’s friendship was the driving force behind most of the series, and it was beautiful.
Unlike lady knight Alanna, who wanted to be a loner, Kel survives as a lady knight BECAUSE of all her friends. One of the best examples of friends banding together, in my opinion.
Surprisingly, this is not here simply because I demand to have this book on every list I write up. This is ACTUALLY one of THE BEST friendships I’ve ever read, to the point where I cried for forever.
How could this not go on here? For one, Yukiko’s friend is a thunder tiger. For two, said thunder tiger is wonderfully sassy. Best. Friend. Ever.
Okay, I couldn’t get through this without adding this. This has the best relationship to come through friendship that I’ve read in a while. So maybe this is cheating. Sue me.
This journey wouldn’t have been possible if it hadn’t been for Bobby’s friends. They were an integral part of every book, and I loved every one of them. Sometimes I even liked them better than Bobby himself.
I’ll admit that I usually focus on the main character, but this book had way too many friends that I adored. I would have taken a whole book on Eon’s friends. I would still read that book.
I adore Evie’s motley crew of friends. If I had to be stuck as one of the last people on earth, I wouldn’t mind having all these guys around. Even if I wasn’t sure they were going to try to kill me at some point.