Sister, Sister: Fictional Sisters We Love

The bond between sisters is a lot of things, but most of all it’s complex. It can be full of hardship and rivalry, but it can also be one of the strongest, most positive bonds that a woman can experience.

Naturally the relationship between sisters has been explored in literature for centuries. We’ve rounded up a few audiobooks—from lighthearted women’s fiction to skin-tingling thrillers—that feature some of our favorite fictional sisters.

Eligible

Eligible
The Bennet sisters, especially Elizabeth and Jane, get a delightful update in this retelling.

I See You Everywhere

I See You Everywhere
A tale of two sisters: June, the older and serious one, and Clem, the younger and wild one. It’s told in alternating chapters over the course of twenty-five years.

The Late Bloomers' Club
Author: Louise Miller
Read By: Emily Rankin

The Late Bloomers’ Club
Sisters Nora and Kit are the surprise inheritors of a house and land in their small town. There are everyday struggles to make ends meet; big-box corporations trying to take over the town; and, of course, a bit of romance.

Little Women

Little Women
The four March sisters—Meg, Jo, Beth, and Amy—share the joys and sorrows of growing up, in this timeless classic.

The Night Sister

The Night Sister
How about a chilling suspense story featuring complex sisters? Piper and Margot must confront the past together in order to investigate the horrific crime their friend is accused of.

Sense and Sensibility
Author: Jane Austen
Read By: Julie Christie

Sense and Sensibility
The Dashwood sisters—Marianne and Elinor—support each other through mishaps, rejection, and romance in order to find happiness.

Vanessa and Her Sister

Vanessa and Her Sister
A glimpse into the lives of Vanessa Bell and her sister, Virginia Woolf, in prewar London.

The Weird Sisters

The Weird Sisters
Three sisters, each named after a Shakespeare heroine and each with a very different personality, return home to escape problems in their lives.