Out of a million books written on siblings love, there are few books which have addressed this relation in way different manner. Having a sibling is undoubtedly a blessing. Moreover reading books written on siblings love will excite you more.
1. Surviving the Death of a Sibling
‘Surviving the Death of a Sibling’, written by T.J. Wray, is recommended to all those who have lost their sibling. The author wrote this book to tell people they aren’t the only one who has gone through this pain. This book will make them understand different phases of the grieving process that will offer advice to follow in every stage. The author wrote this book after she lost her 43-year-old brother. She was sad. She didn’t know how to cope up with the loss. She has quested for the reasons behind the death of her sibling. Through this book, she has suggested ways to heal up. One should have people who can have patience with them. The author has written her experiences. She has also mentioned the stories of many other people who went through this mishap.
2. Battle of Brothers: William and Harry – The Inside Story of a Family in Tumult’
Prince William and Prince Harry brought up by Princess Diana have always been the headline hitters. The world is curious to know what made these two brothers get separated. What was the role of Queen Elizabeth? What made these royal brothers choose different paths? Are Kate Middleton and Meghan Markle responsible behind this happening? What is the true story of these two Princess Diana sons?
You will get answers to all such questions in the book ‘Battle of Brothers: William and Harry – The Inside Story of a Family in Tumult’. Written by New York Times bestseller Robert Lacey, this book has all the answers to such questions. Being a royal insider, this biographer had access to all the inside tales going on in the royal family. This book will reveal all the hidden happenings in the family. The most awaited royal book of the year, this book has everything you need to know about these royal brothers
3. The Most Fun We Ever Had
It is a multigenerational novel. The story revolves around a Chicago couple that has four daughters. The duo loves each other a lot and one day a long-buried secret disturbs their life.
Marilyn Connolly and David Sorenson love each other. Unfortunately, their four daughters are not happy. Their first Wendy is a widow. Another daughter Violet is a litigator-turned-stay-at-home-mom. She suffers from anxiety and self-doubt. Liza, another daughter, is a neurotic and newly tenured professor, gets pregnant with a man she doesn’t know she loves or not. Grace, their youngest daughter, tells a lie that no one ever thought. All the daughters have a constant fear whether they will have a beautiful romantic love life like their parents or not.
The arrival of Jonah Bend is what brings the change in the lives of everyone in the family. Do read this novel to know how the family dealt with ups and downs of life.
Coming from a young author, ‘Khushhal’ is the debut book of Pratyusha Reddy. She has written this book expressing her emotions and love towards her brother. Pratyusha has mentioned all the experiences that made her childhood beautiful. The author has written how she used to be jealous of her brother in her childhood because she had to share her parent’s love with him. She has written junctures where her brother supported her and helped her. She nailed it by writing all the ridiculous moments.
This book will make you recall all the memories you have made with your sibling. It seems the author shares a strong bond with her brother. Every single page will give you another level of excitement.
As this book is written on siblings love, a person from any age group can read it. From a 12-year-old kid to a 70-year-old person, this book will win hearts. I recommend every person to give it a read just once.
All four books cover different aspects of siblings love. All of them belong to a different genre. Read all of them, and you will apprehend many hidden things in this relation.