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I am a total sucker for books that have gorgeous friendships. I mean, who wouldn't? Here are my ten favourites.
#1: Since You've Been Gone, by Morgan Matson
Whenever someone asks me, "What is the best book that deals with friendship?," I always end up saying, Since You've Been Gone with no doubts. This book is so beautiful and I'd read it over and over again.
#2: The Perks of Being a Wallflower, by Stephen Chbosky
This is one of my all-time favourites. Charlie and Sam were just adorable together, and really, this book deserves all of the hype and fangirling. I STILL NEED TO SEE THE MOVIE!
#3: The Outsiders, by S.E. Hinton
This made me realize that I really need to re-read this again, soon. Thanks to seventh grade, this book has changed my life and so has its friendship inside.
#4: Maybe One Day, by Melissa Kantor
One of the cancer stories that changed my life. Melissa Kantor grabs you with her protagonist's power, and you're unable to leave Olivia's side until the fierce ending.
#5: The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants, by Ann Brashares
Who could forget about this old-time, chick-lit classic that sparked many teenagers' hearts and brought a gorgeous movie to life? This one is perfect, no doubt about it.
#6: The Lying Game, by Sara Shepard
Although these two sisters never really ended up talking face to face, the relationship that they had with others and with each other in a way is unforgettable. This series was way better than PLL, and I recommend it for anyone looking for something different.
#7: The Summer I Turned Pretty, by Jenny Han
This is the series that really changed my life looking into YA-contemporary lit. And, it also brought up the relationships between boys and girls--you can be just friends, you know. ;)
#8: Paper Towns, by John Green
I can't wait for the movie of this (JULY 31, 2015) with Nat Wolff! Quentin and Margo not only had a romance, but a stunning friendship that literally left me dying for more. Sadly, no sequel... But I guess we can imagine what happens next.
#9: To All the Boys I've Loved Before, by Jenny Han
Yum! A Jenny Han duo! This literally had the best sister-love relationship I've ever seen. You got to see what I'm talking about here!
#10: Will Grayson, Will Grayson, by John Green and David Levithan
Two boys who share the same name who fall in love?
So there you have it! What are your favourite friendship reads?