Tag: books about sisters

A Story for the Deathless Girls

The Deathless Girls

By: Kiran Millwood Hargrave

Lil and Kizzy are twin sisters on the verge of their divining day (having their futures told) when they find their camp attacked by soldiers families killed and the survivors taken and forced into slavery.

The twins find themselves working in the Boyar’s kitchen and learning that the legend of human sacrifices to the “Dragon” is all too true.

A Dance at the House of Salt and Sorrows

House of Salt and Sorrow

House of Salt and Sorrow

By: Erin A. Craig

Once there were 12 sisters living by the sea now after a series of increasingly tragic (and random) deaths there are only 8 left. 8 sisters who after years being shrouded in grief chase a myth through a hidden door that can apparently take them anywhere they want to go.

And life, at least at night, becomes an endless dance.

Odd & True

Odd & True

Odd & True

By: Cat Winters

Grade: A

As I was reading this story about two sisters steeped in mysterious and supernatural family stories I couldn’t help but think, “This is the sister story Caraval should have been.” And this is the sister story anything that claims to be about sisters really should be.