August 4, 2019, U.S. National Friendship Day
Favorite Literary Friendships
Friendship is one of my favorite themes in literature!
Here are some of my favorite literary friendships!
Do you have a favorite?
In celebration of U.S. National Friendship Day, I’m sharing a few recent favorite literary friendships. Even though friendship is a common theme and the list of possibilities is massive, I’ve selected only a few to share with you today.
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This post is inspired by Kristen at KristenKravesBooks.com.
Eleanor and Raymond in Eleanor Oliphant is Completely Fine
by Gail Honeyman (my review)
Ove and Parvenah in A Man Called Ove
by Fredrik Backman
Eleanor and Park in Eleanor & Park
by Rainbow Rowell
Fiona, Viviana, and Dottie in Beantown Girls
by Jane Healey (my review)
Eliza and Sofya in Lost Roses
by Martha Hall Kelley (my review)
Anders and Tina in Meet Me at the Museum
by Anne Youngson (my review)
Zlatka and Fania in Paper Hearts
by Meg Wiviott (my review)
Leisel and Max in The Book Thief
by Markus Zusak
Oops! That was eleven! I tried for ten. Tomorrow I could come up with ten more! There are so many great books with friendship themes!
QOTD: Who are your favorite fictional friendships?
Happy Reading Book FRIENDS!
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