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June 2017 - Eleanor Oliphant Is Completely Fine by Gail Honeyman

  • What it's about: The story follows the strict day-to-day routine of an office worker named Eleanor who grapples with severe depression and her painful childhood memories, but everything changes when she meets Raymond.
  • What Reese says: It's "beautifully written and incredibly funny - Eleanor Oliphant is about the importance of friendship and human connection."

Eleanor Oliphant Is Completely Fine by Gail Honeyman ($20)

Can't Decide What to Read Next? Here Are All of Reese Witherspoon's Book Club Picks

Can't decide what to read this month? Reese Witherspoon's book club Hello Sunshine is my personal go-to for book recommendations, and the list includes everything from murder mysteries to heartbreaking memoirs and beautifully cheesy romance novels.

Reese's pick for January is Such a Fun Age by Kiley Reid, a story that centers around Emira Tucker, a Black babysitter, and Alix Chamberlain, a white woman who employs Emira to watch her two year old, Briar. When Emira and Briar are shopping at the grocery store together one day, a security guard becomes suspicious upon seeing a young Black woman with a white child and accuses her of kidnapping the toddler. "The story takes a turn when an incident at a local grocery store completely changes the course of both of their lives," Reese said in an Instagram post. So, if you've got a case of reader's block and don't know where to begin, take a look at all of the star's past book club picks ahead. After all, you just might stumble across a new favorite.

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