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1. “Yes Please”

This memoir validates just why Amy Poehler is one of our biggest girl crushes: She’s hilarious, candid and, not to mention, she’s got plenty of wisdom to instill. Download it now.

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2. “The Girl on the Train”

If you’re in the market for a mystery, British author Paula Hawkins keeps you on your toes until the final pages. Download it now.

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3. “All the Light We Cannot See”

Anthony Doer’s novel about the intertwined lives of a German boy and a blind French girl in Nazi-occupied France is poetic and beautifully crafted. Download it now.

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4. “Funny Girl”

Nick Hornby’s newest novel takes place on the set of sitcom in the ‘60s. Humorous, light and with a bit of social commentary, you’ll delve through it as if binge-watching a TV show. Download it now.

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5. “So You’ve Been Publicly Shamed”

In this sharp and amusing work of nonfiction, Jon Ronson presents a collection of social media wreckages. He follows careers laid to waste and individual reputations tarnished all due to mistakes made on the Internet. Download it now.

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