What are the best brotherhood-themed YA books?

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    #1Center Line

    Center Line

    Center Line is a young adult fiction book written by Joyce Sweeney. This adventure novel is first published in 1984 by Delacorte Press. 

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    Jacob Long
    Written on April 30, 2018
    "It's a young adult fiction book about brotherhood, so it's not the deepest or most heady of novels. However, it was a decent read and young boys may get something out of it."
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    #2Roland West, Loner

    Roland West, Loner

    Roland West, Loner is a young adult fiction and the first book in West Brothers series written by Theresa Linden. It is first published in 2015 by Linden Publishing. 

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    Jerry George
    Written on May 5, 2018
    "This book has a ton of self insert value for young adult men, it will grab both young men and others alike with brothers and family ties."
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    #3The Outsiders

    The Outsiders
    The Outsiders by S.E. Hinton is about how Ponyboy Curtis saw life as one of the greasers, one of the people who does not belong in a regular society. This book has won a number of awards for its contribution to the young adult genre.
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    Trishla Patel
    Written on May 8, 2018
    "An excellent choice, well reviewed. Interesting and easy to follow story line. "
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    #4The King's Prey

    The King's Prey
    The King's Prey: Saint Dymphna of Ireland is a historical fiction novel written by Susan Peek. This young adult book is first published in 2017 by Seven Swords Publications. 
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    #5The Trial (The Tree House)

    The Trial (The Tree House)

    The Trial is a young adult fiction and the second book in The Tree House series written by Shay Lynam. This book is about Jack Morgan's life and it is self-published in 2014. 

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    Jacqueline Peterson
    Written on April 30, 2018
    "If you are looking for a book focused on brotherhood, I would recommend picking up The Traial (The Tree House). I checked this book out from the local library for my nephew and he had finished it within a few days. He said it was a great book and he plans to read more from the series."
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    #6Rumble Fish

    Rumble Fish
    Rumble Fish is a classic young adult fiction book written by S.E. Hinton. This teenage book is first published in 1975 and reproduced by Laurel Leaf. 
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    Debra Wilson
    Written on April 25, 2018
    "Rumble Fish is about Rusty James and Motorcycle Boy, who would steal bikes and just leave them where they were. It was a very good book and keeps your attention, throughout. If you liked The Outsiders, then you will enjoy Rumble Fish."
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    #7Spirit (Elemental)

    Spirit (Elemental)

    Spirit is a supernatural fantasy book which follows the story of Hunter Garrity, a boy with the powers of the elements. It was published in 2013 by K Teen and is the third installment in the Elemental series.

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    Guadalupe Saldaña
    Written on April 29, 2018
    "I was enthralled with the first couple of books in the series but this one wasn't as good. Hunter was never one of my favorite characters and the book didn't really portray him as well as it could have. "
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    #8Gone, Gone, Gone

    Gone, Gone, Gone

    Gone, Gone, Gone is a young adult contemporary romance fiction written by Hannah Moskowitz. This LGBT realistic fiction book is published in 2012 by Simon Pulse. 

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    Amit Tata
    Written on April 27, 2018
    "This book takes place after 911 during the time period of the snipe shootings. Not sure if it would fit into the theme "brotherhood themed" but I would consider it an LGBT book. Great read in my opinion, and definitely has some pretty emotional parts."
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    #9Storm (Elemental)

    Storm (Elemental)

    Storm is a supernatural fantasy book by Brigid Kemmerer which follows the story of Becca Chandler, who gets involved with four brothers with powers. It was published by Kensington in 2012 and is the first installment in the Elemental series.

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    Ishan Chavan
    Written on April 27, 2018
    "excitement and super powers"
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    #10Nightlife (Cal Leandros)

    Nightlife (Cal Leandros)

    Nightlife is an urban fantasy fiction and the first book in Cal Leandros series written by Rob Thurman. This vampire fiction novel is first published in 2006 by Penguin. 

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    Joseph Austin
    Written on May 3, 2018
    "This book is a pretty good one, set in new york. It has to do with fantasy, featuring vampires and such, but if that isn't an issue, then this might be the book for you. The only other caveat I'd say to consider before reading is that the brother is actually a half-brother, so if that is a deal breaker, you'll want to look somewhere else."

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Best What are the best brotherhood-themed YA books
RankSolutionsTypeVotesPrice
1Center LineBooks 25 Paid
2Roland West, LonerBooks 23 Paid
3The OutsidersBooks 21 Paid
4The King's PreyBooks 20 Paid
5The Trial (The Tree House)Books 18 Paid
6Rumble FishBooks 18 Paid
7Spirit (Elemental)Books 17 Paid
8Gone, Gone, GoneBooks 15 Paid
9Storm (Elemental)Books 12 Paid
10Nightlife (Cal Leandros)Books 3 Paid
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