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Tuesday, May 20, 2014
Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly event hosted by The Broke and the Bookish

This week's theme is books about friendship, something I love reading about but have a hard time finding books that focus on it exclusively. So here's my top books that feature great friendships:

1. 
The plot is driven by our herione Mel's concern for her best friend Cathy when Cathy becomes involved with the new vampire transfer student.
2. 
Young women forming friendships while learning the fine art of assassination in a dirigible. 
3.
Also known as Severed Heads, Broken Hearts, Ezra reconnects with his childhood friend after an accident robs him of his jock status.
4. 
Jacob finds love and a new family among this uniquely gifted group.
5. 
Lady Matilda has great friends in Judith, the servant who is not afraid to tell her hard truths, and Parz the squire, who secretly trained Judith in dragon slaying.

11 comments:

Michelle said...

This is a tough one. I'm actually trying to figure out what's going on my post now...and I only have one...I haven't read most of these so I'll to look into them!

Priya -Tabula Rasa said...

The Beginning of Everything sounds like a good book! And so does the the Handbook for Dragon Slayers, I'm adding that to my TBR list.

JaimeLH said...

Great! I absolutely love Handbook for Dragon Slayers.

JaimeLH said...

I had a tough time thinking of titles too, and I completely forgot about Harry Potter :)

Ula @ Blog of Erised said...

I haven't read any of these yet but am super excited to start Carriger's books. I have had them for ages now and it's about time I start reading them.
I'll put some of these on my TBR! Handbook for Dragon Slayers looks good!

Brittany said...

I really liked The Beginning of Everything, too. It was a good re-kindling friendship. I haven't read your other picks but E&E has been on my TBR shelf forever.
Happy reading!
Brittany @ This is the Story of My(Reading) Life

Liesel Hill said...

Haven't read any of those, but I'll definitely check out #5! Happy Tuesday! :D My TTT

JaimeLH said...

Thanks!. Ezra's reconnection with his old friend was really sweet.

JaimeLH said...

I found E & E to be a very fun read, if you ever need something light & funny. Thanks!

JaimeLH said...

Both Carriger's adult & YA series are a lot of fun.
Great, I really love Handbook for Dragon Slayers.

Vilia said...

I haven't read this series by Carriger but her Parasol Protectorate was pretty cool. She has a real flair for the wacky.

Tuesday, May 20, 2014

Top Ten Tuesday: Top Ten Books About Friendship

Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly event hosted by The Broke and the Bookish

This week's theme is books about friendship, something I love reading about but have a hard time finding books that focus on it exclusively. So here's my top books that feature great friendships:

1. 
The plot is driven by our herione Mel's concern for her best friend Cathy when Cathy becomes involved with the new vampire transfer student.
2. 
Young women forming friendships while learning the fine art of assassination in a dirigible. 
3.
Also known as Severed Heads, Broken Hearts, Ezra reconnects with his childhood friend after an accident robs him of his jock status.
4. 
Jacob finds love and a new family among this uniquely gifted group.
5. 
Lady Matilda has great friends in Judith, the servant who is not afraid to tell her hard truths, and Parz the squire, who secretly trained Judith in dragon slaying.

11 comments:

  1. This is a tough one. I'm actually trying to figure out what's going on my post now...and I only have one...I haven't read most of these so I'll to look into them!

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  2. The Beginning of Everything sounds like a good book! And so does the the Handbook for Dragon Slayers, I'm adding that to my TBR list.

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  3. Great! I absolutely love Handbook for Dragon Slayers.

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  4. I had a tough time thinking of titles too, and I completely forgot about Harry Potter :)

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  5. Ula @ Blog of ErisedMay 20, 2014 at 7:42 AM

    I haven't read any of these yet but am super excited to start Carriger's books. I have had them for ages now and it's about time I start reading them.
    I'll put some of these on my TBR! Handbook for Dragon Slayers looks good!

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  6. I really liked The Beginning of Everything, too. It was a good re-kindling friendship. I haven't read your other picks but E&E has been on my TBR shelf forever.
    Happy reading!
    Brittany @ This is the Story of My(Reading) Life

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  7. Haven't read any of those, but I'll definitely check out #5! Happy Tuesday! :D My TTT

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  8. Thanks!. Ezra's reconnection with his old friend was really sweet.

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  9. I found E & E to be a very fun read, if you ever need something light & funny. Thanks!

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  10. Both Carriger's adult & YA series are a lot of fun.
    Great, I really love Handbook for Dragon Slayers.

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  11. I haven't read this series by Carriger but her Parasol Protectorate was pretty cool. She has a real flair for the wacky.

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Thank you, comments are appreciated :)