Top 10 funny books for women’s book club

 

It is always a pleasure to read a good book, one that manages to be both funny and serious at the same time. Here’s the list of some of the top 10 funny books that would be a worthwhile addition to any woman’s book club. Here are some of our top picks for funny books for women’s book club.

 

Dangerous Minds

yet another exciting installment from Janet Evanovich and the book has everything in it, from a Buddhist monk to a missing island. Of course, the book features the erstwhile Emerson Knight and Riley moon, diving into what promises to be another page turner of a mystery. Janet manages to keep the content interesting with her own witty humor at its very best. This book definitely stands out as one of the funny books for women’s book club

Read it For:
a good old mystery, with large dollops of humor and wit
Don't Read it For:
If you are not interested in mystery thrillers, you may want to give this a miss
What makes this book stand out?:
The irresistible style of Emerson Knight and Riley moon as they embark on yet another adventure makes it a worthwhile read

Wine. All the Time

if buying a classy wine stress you out then you definitely need this book for it certainly stands out as the perfect wine guide, unpretentious, and easy to understand. If you were looking for such a book, one that makes it possible to understand all the wines and how to choose the perfect one to pair your food, then this one is as good as it gets. What makes this stand out is the fact that this wine guide is interspersed with humor and wit, making it one of the top funny books for women’s book club

Read it For:
personal anecdotes that make it a worthwhile read
Don't Read it For:
if you are not into fine wines, then you may want to give this book a miss
What makes this book stand out?:
the humor, wit in these personal anecdotes and the unpretentious approach taken by the author.

I Need a Lifeguard Everywhere but the Pool

if you feel the need to read a book that you can relate to, based on real life events and face palm moments, then this is it. With comic humor at every page, it is no wonder that this book is being billed as one of the top funny books for the women’s book club. The book follows the lives of Lisa and Francesca as they traverse modern life with all its pitfalls and the way they overcome each with their own unique wit and humor coming into play.

Read it For:
a funny take on real life
Don't Read it For:
If you are not into personal memoirs or funny stories, you may want to give this a miss
What makes this book stand out?:
The irrepressible style of the duo and the way they handled all their various issues

Goodbye, Vitamin

a poignant tale of redefining oneself when faced with loss and grief at a personal level and the book is all about how the author uses her personal experience and sense of humor to both escape and face the tragic turn as her father’s health starts to degenerate. It paints a vivid picture of the various issues old age brings about and forces you to relate to the same

Read it For:
a closer look at some of the health issues plaguing baby boomers and how to deal with the same
Don't Read it For:
if you are not into coming of age novels, then you may want to sit this one out
What makes this book stand out?:
The brilliant way by which the author had developed the book, from the tone to dealing with absurdities
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Ten Dead Comedians

this book is indeed an ode to Agatha Christie’s “and then there were none”. It is comic and centers around nine comedians who get invited to a deserted Island where they are bumped off one by one.  It offers an interesting take on the usual murder mystery with both comedy and wit being utilized to full. It certainly has what it takes to feature as one of the top funny books for women’s book club

Read it For:
the hilarious comic monologues certainly make this book stand out
Don't Read it For:
if you are not into mysteries, you may want to give this a miss
What makes this book stand out?:
the approach to an old mystery, the creative take and the fact that this book makes for a dark, comic yet tantalizing mystery

Less

the book is aptly titled for it is a lot of more that the main protagonist has to deal with, from being invited to different weddings, to almost falling to death in Berlin to getting nearly lost in Sahara sandstorm. This book has it all and much more, and of course, the book is interspersed with humor which is why it finds a place among the top funny books for women’s book club

Read it For:
a nice mystery, and near death experiences a plenty
Don't Read it For:
if you are not into mysteries, you may want to give this a miss
What makes this book stand out?:
the hilariously outrageous plot

Not Quite a Genius

Nate Dern’s hilarious take on everything from Charles mason to a missive from Lief Erikson to Christopher Columbus and much more. This book certainly proves to be a rib tickler of one of the very best. Nate explores everything from contemporary society to technologies and manages to bring humor to every single facet covered in this book. Read the book for: An interesting read on what happened and what’s taking place at the moment, interspersed by Nate’s wit and humor, which is why this book definitely makes the cut as one of the top funny books for women’s book club

Read it For:
An interesting read on what happened and what’s taking place at the moment, interspersed by Nate’s wit and humor, which is why this book definitely makes the cut as one of the top funny books for women’s book club
Don't Read it For:
if you are not into humor, you may want to sit this one out
What makes this book stand out?:
Nate’s razor sharp wit and humor

What Are We Even Doing With Our Lives?

this book certainly lives up to the hype, billed as a children’s book it offers a satirical look at our very lives and modern society at its best and worst. It pretty much covers all aspects of our lives from tweeting to sending selfies and so much more. The book has been beautifully illustrated which makes for some light reading.

Read it For:
the satirical take on our daily lives
Don't Read it For:
if you are not into introspection or want to read illustrated books, you may want to give this a miss
What makes this book stand out?:
the creative and brilliant approach to daily life and modern society in general

Of Mess and Moxie

Jen Hatmaker, a bestselling author offers a glimpse into the unusual, hilarious and unforeseen aspects of real life. The book is a collection of stories, and in each the women often had to face trying circumstances and the rest of the story revolves over how they overcame the same. And with her comic sense of humor coming into play here, the book stands out as a worthwhile read and is one among the top picks for top funny books for women’s book club

Read it For:
day to day challenges that all women face and what it means to fight and overcome the same
Don't Read it For:
if you feel that coming of age books is not your cup of tea, you may want to sit this one out
What makes this book stand out?:
Jen’s humor and the way she makes each character come alive with vivid descriptions, and the overall tone

The Break

this novel with its unique humor is all about fighting hard to stay in love and is not about falling in love. There is a subtle difference between the two and this novel brings that out front and center. The book is all about Alice and how she deals with the fact that her husband of so many years suddenly wants to take a break from his family.

Read it For:
what makes this book one of the top funny books for women’s book club is Marian’s unique humor to an issue that most women in committed relationships go through.
Don't Read it For:
if you are not into books on relationships, then you may want to give this a miss
What makes this book stand out?:
Marian’s own unique style and the way with which she writes her books

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