Top 5 Wednesday: Favourite Bromances

What is Top 5 Wednesday?

Top 5 Wednesday is a weekly book meme hosted by Sam of Thoughts on Tomes on YouTube. Here is the link for the Goodreads group where you can find the list of topics and such. 

Favourite Bromances

2. Truthwitch by Susan Dennard

Merik and Kullen. The male equivalent to Safi and Iseult. Their friendship was so beautiful. Seeing male characters in books openly care for one another makes me so happy. It's such a wonderful message to put out to the world. Platonic love exists between every gender. All of this made the ending of Truthwitch all the more heartbreaking...

I have a review for Windwitch here.

The Goodreads pages can be found here & here

4. Under the Never Sky by Veronica Rossi

Perry and Roar were precious. The sort of friendship that had them arguing again and again simply because they knew that nothing could tear them apart. They weren't afraid to call the other out when they were acting like idiots. Roar's relationship with Perry's sister had them seeming more like brothers than just friends. It was by far one of the absolute best parts of the trilogy. 

I have a review for Under the Never Sky here.

I have a review for Through the Ever Night here.

I have a review for Into the Still Blue here.

The Goodreads pages can be found here, here and here

3. Red Rising by Pierce Brown

Darrow and Sevro. My god. Heaven help whoever tries to tear these two apart. This remains one of my all time favourite trilogies, the series that I push on anyone and everyone. Please go read it. You won't be disappointed. If only so you can talk to me about Darrow and Sevro. 

The Goodreads pages can be found here, here and here

4. A Court of Mist and Fury by Sarah J Maas

This one I've slightly cheated on and gone for a three way bromance between Azriel, Cassian and Rhys. Need I say more? I think not. 

I have a review for A Court of Wings and Ruin here

The Goodreads pages can be found here, here and here

2. A Game of Thrones by George R R Martin

Jon Snow and Samwell Tarly have such a wonderful relationship. Jon ended up stuck with him being a bit of a black sheep himself. However, quickly they both see the strengths each other has and balance each other very well. Sam is very methodical and book orientated whereas Jon's prowess lies in his skill with weapons and rallying men together. They're who I'd want during a battle with the Night King...

The Goodreads page can be found here

What books have some of your favourite bromances?

Thank-you for reading, 

Katie x 

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