Books by This Year's Top Women Writers That Make the Perfect Gifts

The badass women writers of 2017 did not disappoint. Read below for our top book picks of the year, including everything heartbreaking memoirs to edge-of-your-seat thrillers.

Pachinko by Min Jin Lee, $27
Pachinko follows four generations of a Korean family living in Japan, and we promise that by the end your heart will be broken, inspired, and beautifully broken again.

My Not So Perfect Life by Sophie Kinsella, $28
Throw what you know about career aspirations, relationships and Instagram posts out the window because this book will completely redefine what it means to live a meaningful life.

Eat Only When You're Hungry by Lindsay Hunter, $25
We're all addicted to something. And Lindsay Hunter's look at one chaotic family will certainly have your cravings acknowledged and satisfied.

The Hate U Give by Angie Thomas, $17.99 
The Hate U Give is important, timely, political and the true must-read of the year.

This Is How We Rise by Claudia Chan, $26
If you're passionate about gender equality, Claudia Chan is going to rock your world. It will be impossible NOT to start your own movement after reading this.

Literary Witches: A Celebration of Magical Women Writers by Taisia Kitaiskaia, $20
 Grab your coven and enjoy some general woman badassery on every page.

The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo by Taylor Jenkins Reid, $26
Iconic Hollywood movie star Evelyn Hugo chooses to reveal the secrets of her scandalous life to an unknown reporter––including just how she went through seven husbands along the way.

A Million Junes by Emily Henry, $17.99 
This YA novel is the most evocative love story of the year. Who else is a sucker for forbidden romance and magical realism?

The Girlboss Workbook by Sophia Amoruso, $15
 In typical Sophia fashion, this interactive journal will help release your inner "doer." Perfect for upcoming New Year's resolutions and general girl boss motivation.

Hunger: A Memoir of (My) Body by Roxane Gay, $25.99
One of the most intimate books Roxane Gay has written, Hunger explores what it means to have an "unruly body" and confront your own desires.

The Big Life by Ann Shoket, $24.99
 "Become the Badass Babe You Were Meant to Be" is literally part of the headline, so you know Ann Shocket has amazing things in store for you.

The Power by Naomi Alderman, $26
What if teenage girls were suddenly the most physically powerful people in the world? Yep. You'll never read another story like this.

This Is Just My Face: Try Not to Stare by Gabourey Sidibe, $25
Gabby personally reaches out and touches the heart of every girl who's every felt different, and gosh, does it feel good to hear her story and be seen.

Emma in the Night by Wendy Walker, $26.99
If you're looking for a read that's more edge-of-your-seat, and a story that ramps up continually to answer one final mystery then Emma in the Night will be your book bae.

All Grown Up by Jamie Attenberg, $25
Andrea Bern is arguably the most compelling character of 2017. She perfectly captures what it means to be a real woman: complicated AF.

Beasts of Extaordinary Circumstance by Ruth Emmie Lang, $26.99
If The Wizard of Oz and Lord of the Rings was your jam growing up, then Beasts of Extraordinary Circumstance is basically an ode your childhood. It's impossible not to fall in love with this whimsical tale.

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