25 August, 2017

#FaveFiveFriday - Book Sibling


#FaveFiveFriday is an initiative by Buzz Magazine 



#5 - The Pevensies

I read Chronicles of Narnia at quite an early age. Susan, Peter, Edmund and Lucy were the siblings that I grew up with along with the Famous Five. Being the youngest member of the joint family that I grew up in, I fancied myself to be Lucy though I had 4 elder brothers rather than 2 brothers and a sister. I loved Lucy and felt that she was the most innocent and wise girl. I loved her to bits and even decades later, she has a special place in my heart.


#4 - Katniss & Prim Everdeen

Katniss volunteered for The Hunger Games to take Prim's place. That says it all. Katniss's protective quality shows throughout the series but it was that moment in the first book when she volunteered that took my heart away. 


#3 - The March Sisters

Sisters Meg, Joe, Beth, and Amy March are the most lovable bunch of siblings. Different as they are from each other, they are all for one and one for all whenever the situation calls for it.


#2 - Feluda & Topshe

As a Bong, I grew up on a healthy diet of Satyajit Ray's 'Adventures of Feluda'. The duo took me on a number of adventures with Feluda educating me and Topshe on an array of subjects ranging from geometry to telepathy.


#1 - Weasley Twins

"The thing about growing up with Fred and George, is that you sort of start thinking anything's possible if you've got enough nerve." 
If I had to choose someone from the fictional world to come to life, it would be Fred & George. Always the ones for pranks and laugh, but also with very genuine hearts.



12 comments:

  1. Definitely the Weasleys and I love how they finish eachothers sentences and always pretend to be the other one. And I can understand Katniss and Prim as well!

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  2. Wesleys made it my list as well :-)

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  3. I haven't read Hunger games but the rest I was expecting in your list. I too wanted to add Narnia siblings but the list asked only 5.

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    1. Yeah, I had a tough time deciding on the 5.

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  4. I havent read hunger games yet might have to give that a try 💕💕

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    1. Please do. It is quite a good dystopian novel

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  5. Hi Debdatta di! Thank you for taking part in Fave Five Friday :) I loved your list. <3 I was struggling with mine though. The Weasley twins are sibling goals, aren't they?

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  6. Oooohhh, we love (almost) the same siblings!! <3

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