Top 5 Wednesday: Favorite Bromances

This one, was so easy to do 😂 I love bromances. Generally, when two characters have a deep and touching friendship, I am over the moon to see it 😍 And so I mostly remember my favorite bromances in the books I read. Here they are!

1. Thomas and Minho | The Maze Runner by James Dashner

TMZ is my #1 favorite series of all time. I could have said Thomas and Newt, but Minho being my favorite character, I went for him. I can’t pour out my love for this series enough, or I might explode all over the place.

2. Darrow and Sevro | Red Rising by Pierce Brown

I have a feeling I have a billion favorite series. These two, are just in sync. They might not get along 100% of the time, but their skills and personalities complete each other, and they are both so heart-achingly loyal, that I just can’t help admiring their friendship.

3. Victor and Henry | Frankenstein, or the Modern Prometheus by Mary Shelley

I cannot forget these two. Their bromance worked so well because of Henry Clerval’s sweet and devoted nature. He had such a noble soul, and once he got attached to Victor, as they are childhood friends, they kept that friendship strong till the end.

4. Chaol and Dorian | Throne of Glass by Sarah J. Maas

I know that at some point, Chaol and Dorian were some sort of ‘rivals’ ( To fully call them rivals is an overstatement) but they never stopped caring about each other and looking after one another. The bond they share is brotherly and unshakable.

5. Kaz and Jesper | Six of Crows by Leigh Bardugo

This bromance came in last because it wasn’t very pronounced, and mostly one-sided, but all along the duology I wanted them to grow closer so badly xD I think Kaz definitely cares for his band of misfits, so I’m considering this a bromance, and one of my faves, sue me 😂

Do you approve of my bromance choices ? Want to have the feels with me about any of these books ? Don’t hesitate to tell me in the comments !

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