Kathy Griffin has met a lot of people. In her new book Kathy Griffin's Celebrity Run-Ins: My A-Z Index she highlights her run-ins with the more famous set of people she has met. People like Woody Allen, Leonardo DiCaprio, and Donald Trump.
You can see Kathy Griffin's favorite reads of 2016 below. In light of her social calendar, her second choice is quite interesting. Look here for more celebrity favorites, or you can learn more about the Amazon Books Editors' picks for the Best Books of the Year.
Kathy Griffin's Favorite Reads of 2016
American Sons: The Untold Story of The Falcon and The Snowman by Christopher Boyce, Cait Boyce, Vince FontWhen the Edward Snowden story broke, I became curious about the real life stories of the two young Americans who were the subject of one of my favorite films, “The Falcon and The Snowman.” Guess what? They are both very much alive. This page-turner chronicles in gripping detail the real life story of this real live spy. It’s also a love story. I honestly can’t believe this book didn’t go to #1, when we have so many questions about what it’s really like to go through such a unique and newsworthy journey. You’re welcome!
Quiet: The Power of Introverts in a World That Can’t Stop Talking by Susan CainI’ll admit it - I don’t understand introverts. I picked up this book on my boyfriend’s nightstand and thought he was trying to tell me something…he was. After reading Susan's book, I now have a deeper understanding of myself and others much better. Highly engaging and thoroughly researched, “Quiet,” gives half the population identified as introverts a mouthpiece to express themselves and for less-shy people like myself, a greater appreciation for their gifts and thoughts.
Truly, Madly, Guilty by Liane MoriartyWhat happened at a barbecue that changed the lives of six people forever? Well I'm certainly not going to tell you. Once you start reading I guarantee you won't be able to put this book down. Liane Moriarty's characters are always funny, thought-provoking, and, like all of us, flawed. This was a great read from start to finish with rich, memorable characters and the reminder to all of us that that life can change in an instant so take nothing for granted.