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Hollywood Park

Jollett’s absorbing memoir of self, discovery, and rediscovery will have a wide audience.

Help Yourself: A Guide to Gut Health for People Who Love Delicious Food

This is not a weight-loss cookbook, and Hunt doesn’t intend it to be. Instead, she considers it a starting point for anyone living with chronic illness or autoimmune disease to get ideas and inspiration. A worthy follow-up to Healthyish that can more than stand on its own.
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The Lady’s Handbook for Her Mysterious Illness: A Memoir

Though dense at times, this work is among the few about understudied chronic conditions that primarily affect women, and the little attention they receive. For those living with invisible illnesses who have been told they don’t look sick, and fans of the podcasts This Is Not What I Ordered and No End In Sight.

Hidden Valley Road: Inside the Mind of an American Family

Kolker masterfully combines scientific intrigue with biographical sketches, allowing readers to feel as if they are right there with the Galvins as researchers examine their genes in the quest for answers.

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Fix It with Food: More Than 125 Recipes To Address Autoimmune Issues and Inflammation; A Cookbook

Brimming with creativity and personality, this cookbook sets itself apart with innovative ideas for those living with autoimmune diseases and anyone looking for delicious, easy-to-follow recipes that will please one or a crowd.
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Uncanny Valley: A Memoir

Wiener is a talented writer, and her story will engage fellow millennials who have found themselves obsessively refreshing social media or mindlessly scrolling to pass the time. Insight into the history of Silicon Valley, and the ideologies transforming society, are a bonus that will ensure the book's longevity.

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Something That May Shock and Discredit You

Though it struggles to maintain cohesion at times, this account of a vulnerable life makes for contemplative reading. While fans of the Toast and pop culture will be drawn in, some may long for a more straightforward memoir.

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