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Wild
From Lost to Found on the Pacific Crest Trail
Cheryl Strayed
We loved this book for many reasons. Cheryl Strayed is smart, introspective, bad-ass, and loves books. She proves to her readers that it's often only in hindsight that we take the time to carefully reflect on our lives, finally seeing the trail through...
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How to Grow Up
A Memoir
Michelle Tea
This is the memoir Lena Dunham wishes she wrote. Michelle Tea's adventures and exploits offer readers plenty to be entertained by, including the best description of a so-called "work-life balance" I've ever heard of. The real value of this book, though, is her truly hard-earned wisdom. —Recommended by Stacey, City Lights Publishers
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By Blood
A Novel
Ellen Ullman
It's the chaotic 70s in San Francisco, summer home to a disgraced professor who rents an office space next to a psychiatrist. An unused conjoining door made of something like particle board—along with a patient's demand that the doctor's distracting sound machine be shut off —allow the academic to obsessively eavesdrop on those sessions...

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