THE GLASS CASTLE (Memoir). Janette Walls was a New York society columnist who harbored a profoundly ironic secret: she and her siblings grew up with brilliant and eccentric parents who lived in squalor and rifled through dumpsters for food and other essentials. The Glass Castle was the house her father always dreamed of building.
100 Books Every Woman Should Read: Fiction I've read a number of these, including 'Gone Girl' which was FULL of plot twists. I'd be like "Exactly!" then I'd be like "Holy crap, that's disturbing." Dark and twisted but engaging.