How was your Box-Boxing Day? (Which is what I have dubbed the day after boxing day. I hope it catches on XD) I went shopping with Cara and bought even more books, so the post I was going to put up today will now have to go up tomorrow after I add today’s purchases to it.
I haven’t done one of these posts in forever so I looked through my diary for last year to see if I had come up with any other ones that I never got round to posting: hence this one. So here goes.
1. Angela and Kami from The Lynburn Legacy Series by Sarah Rees Brennan.
They stuck with each other through thick and thin. Through insults and hysteria. But most importantly, through magicians trying to kill them as a blood sacrifice because Kami was psychically linked to a guy. You can’t get much closer than that. Even though Angela had plenty chances to leave she never did, and Kami supported Angela through all the hardships that were kind of her fault anyway. But they’re friendship is still too cute.
2. Grace and Lea from the Mad World Series by Christine Zolendz.
Grace literally inhabits the body of her dead childhood friend. And Lea knows this but doesn’t care because she loves Grace just as much. And she believes her history, which would take some serious convincing. Plus, their drunk escapades sound hilarious and remind me of my friends.
3. Katy and Dee from the Lux Series by Jenifer L. Armentrout.
Dee tells Katy she’s an alien and She’s okay with that. Then, in a roundabout way, leads to Katy being turned into an alien, and they support each other through that. Plus they help each other with all the kidnapping and murder that’s going around, which I suppose might bring them closer…I suppose XD.
4. Kieran and Joe from Struck by Joss Stirling.
They tell each other everything, they understand each other to a T and help each other out in tough situations. They LITERALLY have each others back. Joe and Kieran are two sides of the same coin, Kieran smart and Joe stealthy. Winning team. Plus they are just funny.
5. Penny and Elliot from the Girl Online Series by Zoe Sugg.
Eliot supports Penny through humiliation hell. Penny helps Eliot through his home situation, and amongst all the drama they still find time to laugh and gossip and chat all the teeny things they do. Plus I just love Eliot so maybe this one is a little biased because I loved his character.
That’s today’s short post over. Prepare for the decade long post that will descend tomorrow. Have a good day everyone.