Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly feature hosted by Brokeandbookish. This week’s theme is Ten Books Every X Should Read. I have decided to change this a little bit, and talk about books with siblings in it. Whether they’re in a fight or completely adorable together, it’s always great to read books with family relationships! Don’t forget to click on the title of the books to read their fabulous synopsis!
1 • To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before, Jenny Han
I mean, Kitty is adorable, isn’t she? I really loved that book, because it’s such a perfect contemporary when you just don’t want to think about anything. Plus, the siblings’ relationship in that one is just too adorable.
2 • #Scandal, Sarah Ockler
I recently read that book and didn’t expect to find a messed-up sisters’ relationship in it. But there was, and it was such a great subplot…making this book even greater to read.
3 • Vanishing Girls, Lauren Oliver
This book just broke me, seriously, like, crying in public broke me. It’s just so beautiful and so, well, no spoilers here if you haven’t read it, but you should. Siblings’ relationship is strong there.
4 •The Accident Season, Moïra Fowley-Doyle
I know, I’ve said it a thousand times, how much I like this book. I loved the family in that book, their relationship, their closeness, everything.
5 • My Life Next Door, Huntley Fitzpatrick
Oh, the Garrett’s. If you’ve read that book, you know what I’m talking about…and if not, well, go read it now. More than a healthy, great relationship, there’s also a huge and great family.
6 • Cinder, Marissa Meyer
Didn’t think I would go into fantasy there, did you? I’m full of surprises, haha. I really LOVED Peony and Cinder’s relationship in that book, so I’m making this count. *crying*.
7 • I’ll Give You The Sun, Jandy Nelson
Come on, I couldn’t NOT talk about that book here. Siblings’ relationships, I’ll Give You The Sun, it’s that. And it will break your heart and make you happy. It’s just that good.
8 • A Darker Shade of Magic, V. E. Schwab
I really wanted to put that one here, because I really liked Rhy and Kell’s relationship, even if I would have loved to see more of it. Brotherhood, yay!.
9 • Vendetta, Catherine Doyle
I mean, that one should count, since there are bothers, kind of a gang of brothers actually, and they are all kinds of mysterious and stuff…and well, I really wanted to talk about that book again, because I really liked it .
10 • The Sky Is Everywhere, Jandy Nelson
You knew I had to quote that one as well, didn’t you? I mean, it’s kind of particular here, but it still features a siblings’ strong relationship, so I can talk about it? I will use any excuse to talk about that one, ahah.