Top Ten Books About Sisters

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I love sister books. So it was easy to fill in the blank for this week’s top ten tuesday category. What wasn’t wasn’t easy was narrowing the choices down to ten. I have a no books by the same author rule, and let me tell you deciding between the Bennet Sisters and the Dashwood sisters was very near impossible. Let me know your favorite fictional sisters in the comments and have a lovely Tuesday everyone!

Big thanks to The Broke and the Bookish for hosting this weekly book meme.

30 thoughts on “Top Ten Books About Sisters

  1. Oh, I like sisters books too! Maybe because I was mostly an only child. (I have a wonderful stepsister whom I consider a sister in every way, but she came along when I was in middle school, and didn’t live with us.) Little Women and Ballet Shoes are two of my favorite books from childhood, and several of the others (I Capture the Castle, Fangirl, and Sense and Sensibility) are on my TBR list.) I’ll have to check out the other titles!

  2. I agree, narrowing down to one topic this week was so hard! I haven’t read Sense and Sensibility but I loved Pride and Prejudice, especially Elizabeth and Jane’s relationship. I loved To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before and the Song girls! I initially did not like Wren in Fangirl because of how she acted but I’m glad that the sisters worked it out in the end! Katniss and Prim! Great choices! Here’s my TTT

  3. What an excellent topic. Let me see if I can think of a few others…The Bennet sisters in Pride and Prejudice; The Sky is Everywhere by Jandy Nelson; Briony and Cecilia in Atonement by Ian McEwan; Susan and Lucy in the Chronicles of Narnia. It was harder to think of than I thought. Good job finding the ones you did.
    My TTT

  4. I love your topic! I really enjoyed to All the Boys I’ve Loved Before, I can’t wait for the sequel. And of course I love the Hunger Games as well. And Fangirl. The other books I still have to read -I just lent Little Women from the library.

    Great list!

  5. I love your TTT, there’s such a range of ways a sisterly relationship can develop. It’s really nice to see Capture the Castle on your list, and I loved Fangirl! 🙂

  6. I love this topic; it seems like most of the books I read have orphan or only child main characters who don’t have much by way of family — it’s nice to see family, siblings, and sisters shone in a positive, supportive light sometimes! Also, you should totally give We Have Always Lived in the Castle a try — an amazing, creepy book centered around two sisters!

    Here’s my TTT: Ten Characters I’d Totally Share A Library With

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