Here I am with my second Top Ten Tuesday. I have to admit that this one wasn't an easy one to come up with... So, the topic of this week's Top Ten Tuesday is...
So, here are my pics, in no particular order!
These two were just such good friends. They did everything together, even if they questioned each other's reasons for it... True friendship.
2. Catherine and Alexander - from The Eight (and The Fire) by Katherine Neville
I just loved the way the relationship progressed for these two characters. You can tell they were meant for each other from the beginning of the book
3. Bridget and Mark - from Bridget Jones' Diary (and BJD: The Edge of Reason) by Helen Fielding
I think one of the main reasons I like this couple so much is because of the film. Zellwegger and Firth were so good in the two films. But even from the book it is evident that they are so great together! (Plus, there's going to be a new Bridget Jones film! Colin Firth again!!!)
4. Grace and Sam - from Shiver (and Linger) by Maggie Stiefvater
These two have gone through everything while trying to stay together. I think their story is so sweet. I hope the whole story ends well for them! They're both so likeable people. Quiet, but content in their ways.
5. Harry, Ron and Hermione - from the Harry Potter series by J.K. Rowling
Technically, they're not a duo. But I think it would be an omission to just talk about two of them. Anyway, I think you can't get more dynamic than them! Wands at the ready!
6. Elisabeth Bennet and Fitzwilliam Darcy - from Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen
I love the whole story that unfolds between them. I think they're one of the best ever duos. Lizzie is just so proud, where Darcy is so pompous. They obviously care for each other so much, but neither is willing to back down. I think they're probably one of THE most memorable couples.
7. Henry and Clare - from The Time Traveller's Wife by Audrey Niffenegger
The fact that their love managed to endure all of that hassle and (many times) grief, is so inspiring and so sad.
8. Sherlock Holmes and Dr Watson - from The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle
Sherlock is completely in his own world, so Watson's more logical and down-to-earth thinking complements him perfectly. One of the best duos in literature!
9. Will and Lyra - from the His Dark Materials trilogy by Philip Pullman
They're both strangers in a new world, with very strange things going on around them. They stick together and become very close, while at the same time, trying to overcome some very difficult situations.
These are two friends that are completely and utterly loyal to each other. Even when Stevie-Ray dies and then comes back as a Red fledgling, Zooey knows that there is good in her and doesn't desert her. They stick with each other, whatever the price!
That's it! Who is on your Dynamic Duo list?? Feel free to comment and leave links to your own Top Ten Tuesday posts!
Coming next week: Top Ten Characters I'd Want As Family Members
Well, that will be interesting!