Reddit reviews: The best sisters fiction books

We found 42 Reddit comments discussing the best sisters fiction books. We ran sentiment analysis on each of these comments to determine how redditors feel about different products. We found 8 products and ranked them based on the amount of positive reactions they received. Here are the top 20.

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u/amazon-converter-bot · 1 pointr/FreeEBOOKS

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u/renegadeinaring · 1 pointr/whatsthatbook


The bit about the missing sister as well as the dangers of the fairy world seem to fit but I haven't read it myself so I can't be certain.

u/quesrah · 3 pointsr/suggestmeabook

My friends and I have a Terrible Book Club, where we write snarky notes in the margins of terrible books and mail them to each other, like MST3K in book form. This started when I was trapped on a plane with How Nancy Drew Saved My Life as my only reading material and had no one to complain to about it, so I wrote my annoyance into the margins and passed it around to my friends, who added their own notes. It almost made that terrible book worthwhile. Later, my sister and I did the same thing to the entire Twilight series.

A few others that are floating around our group:

u/harlottesometimes · 1 pointr/SeattleWA

When it comes to shooting wads, I suspect you'll enjoy my erotic short fiction. In this case, I recommend "Saving it For Later."

As to my position on the issue, as I've stated before, this initiative barely affects me. If "you might accidentally break a law no one will ever enforce" is the largest existential threat I face, its lack of effect remains unchallenged.

In general, I'm against taking away the rights and freedoms of anyone. To that, I'm against unnecessary registries. This, I suppose, makes us allies no matter how you feel about my attempts to understand your position.