A Room of One's Own by Virginia WoolfWalden by Henry David ThoreauA Collection of Essays by George OrwellArguably by Christopher HitchensThe Myth of Sisyphus and Other Essays by Albert Camus
Best/Favorite Books of Essays
18th out of 391 books — 160 voters
The Diary of a Young Girl by Anne FrankThe Glass Castle by Jeannette WallsI Know Why the Caged Bird Sings by Maya AngelouEat, Pray, Love by Elizabeth GilbertPersepolis by Marjane Satrapi
Memoirs by Women
409th out of 1,664 books — 2,070 voters

Living History by Hillary Rodham ClintonPrincess Elizabeth's Spy by Susan Elia MacNealThe Prime Minister's Secret Agent by Susan Elia MacNealHis Majesty's Hope by Susan Elia MacNealAlma Mater by Helen Lefkowitz Horowitz
Books by Wellesley Women
19th out of 110 books — 8 voters
Nanny and Me by Florence Ann RomanoWhat's Behind Your Belly Button? A Psychological Perspective ... by Martha Char LoveClotho's Loom by Shawn StJeanPregnancy and Men by Pratik PatilBelly Laughs by Jenny McCarthy
Mommy Must-Reads
18th out of 105 books — 103 voters

Moms are Nuts by Amy VansantWeird Things Customers Say in Bookshops by Jen CampbellDogshit Saved My Life by Karl WigginsCalico Jack in your Garden by Karl WigginsF in Exams by Richard Benson
Best Humorous Non-Fiction
109th out of 248 books — 179 voters
The Girl on the Train by Paula HawkinsThe Fault in Our Stars by John GreenGone Girl by Gillian FlynnWe Were Liars by E. LockhartThe Martian by Andy Weir
What we've read so far in...2015
5972nd out of 9,993 books — 1,890 voters

The Girl on the Train by Paula HawkinsBig Little Lies by Liane MoriartyAll the Light We Cannot See by Anthony DoerrMe Before You by Jojo MoyesGone Girl by Gillian Flynn
What Women Born In The 1970s Read In 2015
3859th out of 6,230 books — 1,365 voters
In a Sunburned Country by Bill BrysonI'm a Stranger Here Myself by Bill BrysonCampervan Kama Sutra by John PerrierBack Pain by John PerrierNotes from a Small Island by Bill Bryson
Intelligent and Witty Nonfiction
65th out of 69 books — 12 voters

Fangirl by Rainbow RowellHarry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone by J.K. RowlingSaga, Volume 1 by Brian K. VaughanMs. Marvel, Vol. 1 by G. Willow WilsonEleanor & Park by Rainbow Rowell
What Women Born in the 90's Have Read in 2015
1165th out of 1,883 books — 454 voters
Bossypants by Tina FeyIs Everyone Hanging Out Without Me? by Mindy KalingLove, Nina by Nina StibbeBonkers by Jennifer SaundersPenguins with People Problems by Mary Laura Philpott
Funny Ladies
22nd out of 30 books — 2 voters

Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows by J.K. RowlingThe Hunger Games by Suzanne CollinsThe Kite Runner by Khaled HosseiniThe Book Thief by Markus ZusakHarry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince by J.K. Rowling
Best Books of the 21st Century
4670th out of 7,339 books — 18,004 voters
The Fault in Our Stars by John GreenMe Before You by Jojo MoyesGone Girl by Gillian FlynnThe Rosie Project by Graeme SimsionThe Husband's Secret by Liane Moriarty
2014: What Women Born In The 1970s Have Read So Far This Year
1698th out of 4,493 books — 1,068 voters

The Hunger Games by Suzanne CollinsCatching Fire by Suzanne CollinsMockingjay by Suzanne CollinsCity of Bones by Cassandra ClareCity of Ashes by Cassandra Clare
What We've Read So Far In 2011
2516th out of 5,392 books — 1,451 voters
The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo by Stieg LarssonAnd Then There Were None by Agatha ChristieAngels & Demons by Dan BrownRebecca by Daphne du MaurierIn Cold Blood by Truman Capote
Best Crime & Mystery Books
4528th out of 5,428 books — 12,053 voters

The Glass Castle by Jeannette WallsWild by Cheryl StrayedMe Talk Pretty One Day by David SedarisLucky by Alice SeboldTruth and Beauty by Ann Patchett
Personal Essays that Should be Read
121st out of 171 books — 93 voters
The Hunger Games by Suzanne CollinsCity of Bones by Cassandra ClareCity of Ashes by Cassandra ClareHush, Hush by Becca FitzpatrickCatching Fire by Suzanne Collins
Books You Must Read
48th out of 120 books — 17 voters

To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper LeeThe Help by Kathryn StockettThe Kite Runner by Khaled Hosseini1984 by George OrwellPride and Prejudice by Jane Austen
Best Page-Turners with Redeeming Social Value
1137th out of 1,466 books — 3,667 voters

Arts & Entertainments by Christopher BehaLakota Woman by Mary Crow DogThe Bookseller of Kabul by Åsne SeierstadRough Magic by Paul AlexanderBeatrix Potter by Linda Lear
For Book Group
41st out of 96 books — 9 voters
Heads in Beds by Jacob TomskyI Remember Nothing by Nora EphronInferno by Dan BrownWater for Elephants by Sara GruenAmerican Gods by Neil Gaiman
100 Book Challenge
2nd out of 14 books — 1 voter

To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper LeeHarry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone by J.K. Rowling1984 by George OrwellPride and Prejudice by Jane AustenThe Diary of a Young Girl by Anne Frank
Books That Everyone Should Read At Least Once
8385th out of 16,555 books — 77,928 voters
Blood River by Tim ButcherThe Trigger by Tim ButcherChasing the Devil by Tim ButcherA Walk in the Woods by Bill BrysonAfrica and Back by Dorothy May Mercer
Best Memoirs/Autobiography/Travel
502nd out of 616 books — 644 voters


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