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This seems out of place among all of my other "weirdo" type reads; however, it is my ultimate favorite. I literally read it once or twice a year...

The Translator - A tribesman's memoir of Darfur... It was a sad but very good book. I definitely learned a lot from it.

Elizabeth Wurtzel writes with her finger in the faint pulse of a generation whose ruling icons are Kurt Cobain, Xanax, and pierced tongues. A memoir of her bouts with depression and skirmishes with drugs, Prozac Nation is a witty and sharp account of the psychopharmacology of an era.

I think everyone should have this book as a reference to use as a guide when faces with questions about someone elses life choices and what got them there, before judgement occurs. 20 Greatest Memoirs of Mental Illness

A memoir by Ruth Reichl, restaurant critic for the New York Times, and editor-in-chief of Gourmet Magazine... beautifully written, hilariously funny in places, touching in others... the story of how the daughter of the world's worst cook found her place in the world of food.

An incredible story of growing up on the move with a dysfunctional family and overcoming it all. Total page-turner and motivator to be more driven in my own life.

Great read - I though it read a lot like "The Glass Castle" except maybe this author didn't have as good a therapist before writing her book. It also lead to a raised awareness on my part of how little I personally know about Africa, it's history and people and has piqued my interest.

Man and His Symbols by Carl Gustav Jung,

I have read this one several times. A heart-breaking store, but the prose that Janet Fitch uses is so beautiful and is like none other I've ever read.

Elie Wiesel about his experience with his father in the Nazi German concentration camps at Auschwitz and Buchenwald in 1944–1945.

After so much hype I couldn't resist picking up Fifty Shades of Grey...just finished it. Very mature content! I liked it, but don't expect a book review ;)