Saturday, July 2, 2011

Top Ten Dynamic Duos/BFFs

Hello Hello! How are you all?
Last week you let me know which are your favorite dynamic duos. Are you curious to see the list?

According to the votes received your favorite dynamic duos are:
(Click on the image to be taken to goodreads)

10 - Ron and Hermione from Harry Potter by J. K. Rowling

Whether you like them as a couple or not, you'll at least have to admit that Ron and Hermione make a great duo.
Harry would have never been able to succeed without their help. 
They fight (a lot) but we know they can't stay mad with each other for too long. 
Ron and Hermione are definitely a great duo!

9 - Clary and Jace from The Mortal Instruments Series by Cassandra Clare

Clary and Jace are definitely an interesting duo. As a couple theire relationship is a complicated one. We all know they are in love but they can never seem to be together and happy for too long.
They do work well together, though. They have faced many dangerous situatuons and have always managed to survive!
Clary and Jace do make a nice dynamic duo, don't you think?

8 - Anna and Etiénne from Anna and the French Kiss by Stephanie Perkins

Anna and Etiénne started off as friends, which I love. The banter between them is incredible, sweet and funny.
Together Anna and Etiénne walked the streets of Paris and slowly feel in love.
I really do like them as a couple as well as friends so I think they definitely deserve their place on this list.

7 - Fred and George from Harry Potter by J. K. Rowling

Who doesn't love the twins? They are immensely entertaining and funny and we all know that when they are around something interesting is bound to happen.
Fred and George are two of the greatest pranksters around and that alone is reason enough to make them a very dynamic duo, isn't it?

6 - Katniss and Peeta from The Hunger Games Series by Suzanne Collins

I completely understand why Katniss and Peeta are on this list. They managed to survive the games together, after all! That alone is definitely enough to justify their presence on this list, isn't it?

5 - Will and Jem from the Infernal Devices Series by Cassandra Clare

I'm glad Will and Jem are on this list. They are friends and partners.
Jem is really the only person Will seems to be able to honestly talk to and trust. A girl has, in a way, came between them but I don't think that will be enough to end their friendship.
I can't wait to find out what will happen in Clockwork Prince!

4 - Frodo and Sam from The Lord of The Rings by J, R. R. Tolkien 

I think Frodo and Sam should definitely be on this list, don't you agree? Thay made an incredible journey together, after all! Sam did a great job protecting and helping Frodo and together they managed to reach Mordor.
These two brave little friends are definitely a dynamic duo.

3 - Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Watson from Sherlock Holmes by Arthur Conan Doyle

This is one of my favorite dynamic duos out there! I believe the amazing Sherlock Holmes wouldn't be who he is without Dr. Watson.
For adventure and mystery fans like me, these two are amazing together! The way they end up solving the most complicated cases is great and able to keep you entertained!

Also, if you haven't watched BBC's Tv Series Sherlock (2010) you should definitely do it! It's simply amazing.

2 - Harry and Ron and Hermione from Harry Potter by J. K. Rowling


Yes, I know, this is a trio not a duo but do I even need to explain why Harry, Ron and Hermione are on this list?
If you read Harry Potter you know these three manage to complete each other and definitely deserve their place on this list.

1 - Rose and Lissa from the Vampire Academy Series by Richelle Mead

I can't say much about Rose and Lissa because I haven't read this book yet but I imagine they are good friends who manage to get into some trouble and find their way out of it. Am I right?
I'll definitely have to read this book soon.

So, what do you think of the list? Do you agree with it? Is your favorite duo featured?


  1. glad Sherlock & Watson are in there, yay for Katniss and Peeta too. ooh and Fred & George. :D
    So many great pairs.

  2. Definitely read Vampire Academy. It was a refreshing change for me from typical YA lit.

  3. Nice list! Most of my favorite duos are in m/m romances, which definitely adds a different dimension to things...