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10 Books To Read With Your Best Friends
The Girls from Corona del Mar - Rufi Thorpe
A book about two friends who grow up and grow apart, as many friends do. Yet they continue weaving into each other's lives. Guaranteed to leave you and your best friend sobbing as you swear to never leave each other's lives.
Friendship - Emily Gould
A book about two friends who realize that their friendship isn't quite as bulletproof as they had thought, when babies and boyfriends get in the way. Perfect for those twenty-something's who aren't quite ready to be a grown up yet.
The Kind of Beauty That Has Nowhere Else to Go - Elisa Gabbert and Kathleen Rooney
A chapbook written by two best friends about everything. It's like an encyclopedia about us, catered to our flaws and desires.
You Shall Know Our Velocity - Dave Eggers
For the friends who have always talked about traveling together, live vicariously through the characters in this book.
The Perks of Being a Wallflower - Stephen Chbosky
A novel about finding friends, fitting in (or not), and getting through high school in one piece. An emotional story about a super intelligent loner who finds his place.
Paper Towns - John Green
A great story about so much more than friendship, about making something out of nothing. It will leave you ready to dive head first on a road trip with all your best friends.
Don Quixote - Miguel de Cervantes
The classic story than inspired so many friendship dynamics. Quite a tome to get through, but is definitely worth it.
Little Women - Louisa May Alcott
The best friends you can ever have are your sisters. The story is all about sisters growing up, dealing with changes in their lives, and being there for each other through it all.
The Interestings - Meg Wolitzer
A story about friends who meet at summer camp. Some grow up to be crazy successful and some do not. Explores the value of this success and uniqueness and how this changes the dynamics of a friendship.
The Group - Mary McCarthy
In the style of The Romantics, a story about a group of friends who take part in one's wedding. They also travel together then get involved in their careers and drift apart. One tragedy brings them back together like magnets. For the friends you can never let go of.