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You may have heard of a little movie (and fabulous memoir) called Wild? If you’re ready to embark upon your #RWBook Club journey, definitely start with the books Reese Witherspoon optioned for adaption. Here are 25 books on Reese Witherspoon’s reading list. Courtney Sullivan’s novel The Engagements begins with the story of Frances Gerety, the woman who coined the phrase that launched a thousand (try millions of) engagement rings — “A Diamond is Forever” — and profiles four different marriages that try, and sometimes fail to, live up to her slogan’s promise. Optioned for an HBO series about the advice columnist and the plights of the people who write to her, Cheryl Strayed’s Tiny Beautiful Things: Advice on Love and Life from Dear Sugar offers readers a collection of the very best of Strayed’s writing as the then-anonymous voice of wisdom behind Dear Sugar.Strayed’s writing is filled with heartfelt, straightforward advice about everything you could ever want advice on — and the made-for-screen adaptation will no doubt leave us all laughing, crying, and living just a little bit better. This movie-optioned mystery will definitely give Gone Girl a run for its money. In total there are 14 visitors online: 0 registered users and 14 guests. Registered users who have been online in the past 10 minutes: .Please do not hotlink or re-post any of these images.In The Testament of Mary, Colm Tóibín presents Mary as an older woman, years after the death of her son, as she is forced to grapple not only with such a deeply personal loss, but with her role in the events that form the foundation of one of the world’s largest religions. Where was Jon Ronson when Steve Bartman needed someone in his corner, I ask you?In So You’ve Been Publicly Shamed Ronson travels the world, communing with people who have been publicly shamed (which, with the help of social media, is only becoming more frequent and widespread) and telling their stories.
But before they can make peace with their own choices, they must reunite over the event that forged a wedge in their relationship in the first place. This one made EVERYONE’S summer reading list this year, and for good reason: Emma Cline’s debut novel, The Girls, introduces readers to Evie Boyd, a 14-years-old girl who finds herself drawn into a Manson Family-inspired cult in the wake of her parents’ divorce.
Compellingly haunting, this novel depicts how the decisions made with youthful irresponsibility can sometimes follow you for a lifetime. Alternating between past and present, Noah Hawley’s Before the Fall centers around one unthinkable accident — the disappearance of an entire boatload of people traveling from Martha’s Vineyard to New York one foggy, summer evening. The only two survivors are an unknown painter and a four-year-old boy who seems to have lost his entire (powerful) New York family.
As past and present begin to collide, the possibility that this accident was really a well-plotted conspiracy becomes increasingly apparent — and unsettling. The Emmy Award-winning comedian shares stories of teenage angst and family drama, relationships, sex, and more, with her signature courage, honesty, and over-the-top hilarity that will leave you feeling like just about everything in life can become laugh-out-loud funny if you just look at it from the right perspective. Another prospective Pacific Standard film, Liane Moriarty’s Truly Madly Guilty centers around a middle-class soirée; the kind that takes place just about every weekend, in every suburban neighborhood across America.
That, and a bowl of popcorn - hey, it could have been a lot worse.
Laura Jeanne Reese Witherspoon was born on March 22, 1976 at Southern Baptist Hospital (now Memorial Medical Center) in New Orleans, Louisiana.
But through it all the friendship that exists at the center of both of their lives endures. Regardless of your religion, we’re all familiar enough with Mary — mother of Jesus, central figure in the Christmas story.