5 On My TBR| Siblings

Besides keeping track of my digital TBR I thought it’d be a good idea to keep on an eye on my physical TBR as well. We found a fun weekly meme to do this: 5 On My TBR. This meme is hosted by Local Bee Hunter’s Nook.

This week’s theme is siblings. Here are five books about/that have siblings that are on my TBR. Let’s take a look!

Far From the Tree – Robin Benway

I can’t imagine what it’s like to grow up as an adopted only child to come and find out that you have siblings. And you’re in fact a middle child. When the main character puts up her own baby for adoption she goes in search of her own biological family. Far From the Tree sounds like another emotional read, but I have a feeling it’s going to be right up my alley.

The Hate U Give – Angie Thomas

The Hate U Give is one book I NEED to sit down and read. I know it’s an emotional read, but I really think it’s one we all should read. I bought a nice edition at Waterstones and London. I’m determined to read it this year!

Slayer – Kiersten White

As a fan of Buffy the Vampire Slayer I was interested in this book when I heard about it. Add a boarding school to the story and I’m sold. Our main character grows up at the Watcher’s Academy to be trained as guides for slayers. This is definitely an interesting concept.

A Thousand Perfect Notes – C.G. Drews

A Thousand Perfect Notes is going to be a very emotional read. It deals with abuse, so it’ll definitely be heavy-hitting. I remember buying this book one summer while in Amsterdam. The cover caught my attention and I knew I had to bring it home with me.

The Last Namsara – Kristen Ciccarelli

The Last Namsara is a book I expected I would’ve read by now. I actually met the author when this book released. She came to a bookstore here and Isabelle and I went to that event. So this book is signed. I know Isabelle enjoyed it, so I guess it’s time for me to finally pick this one up.


I’m sure there are plenty of other books on my TBR that have siblings, but these are the first five I could think of. Have you read any of these? Or do you have any favorite books with siblings? Let me know in the comments! I’d love to hear from you.

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