Top Ten Tuesday︱Book Characters I’d Love to Be Besties With

Hello all and happy Tuesday. How are you doing today? Welcome to another week of the Top Ten Tuesday meme created by That Artsy Reader Girl! This week’s prompt is book characters i’d love to be besties with (submitted by Michelle @ Pink Polka Dot Blog)! I don’t have many but here are 6 of my favorites.

  1. India (Indy) Baptiste – The Forge Trilogy
  2. Starr Carter – The Hate U Give 
  3. Hermione Granger – The Harry Potter Series
  4. Elizabeth Bennet – Pride and Prejudice
  5. Professor Minerva McGonagall – The Harry Potter Series
  6. Lucy Pevensie – The Chronicles of Narnia Series 

Who would you want to be besties with? Let me know!

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10 thoughts on “Top Ten Tuesday︱Book Characters I’d Love to Be Besties With

  1. Am I just sitting here, nodding my head in agreement to all of these characters? YES. Can you blame me? Total friendship goals. Starr? Hermione? Lucy? LITERALLY ALL OF THESE CHARACTERS, YES. Sign me the heck up.

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  2. Minerva McGonagall is a great choice! When I read the series, I was the age of the golden trio, of course. Now that I’m older, though, I feel like I can relate to poor McGonagall on a spiritual level. Oh, these kids. xD I’d love to just have tea with her and hear some stories. Great choices!

    Here’s my TTT post.

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  3. Hermione would be the best friend, though Harry and Luna are good picks from the series as well. (There are so many).
    I picked Elizabeth for my list as well!
    Great post!

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