This Week’s Prompt:
July 29th: Best Friendships
These are the companionships that just worked so well or added so much value to the plot, it’s character dynamics that worked well together. We love a good friendship. Also, you could do this from the perspective of the characters themselves, or how the friendship evolved during their storyline.
I pick Anna and the French Kiss because the friend group is the only thing I like. Due to the hype around this series, I gave it 5 stars back then but thinking about it now it’s more like 3 stars for me.
The two boys were ready to die for each other, they were more like brothers than friends. I want to re-read The Kite Runner since years have passed from the first time, but I don’t think I can handle how graphic it is.
The Help teaches a vital life lesson that the bond of friendships can overcome any hardship or racism.
Georgia is another hard read, but in this book, we read about a raw and real friendship that Georgia has with her band mates. As a reader, it pulled me in.
Beya and Roxy are a duo that is to die for.