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Book Recs

Last year I read a auto/biography once a month, this year I'm going to try one every 2 weeks, does anybody have any recs? The most important factor is flow, not subject matter. I can get into any book, as long as it is written well.
And also, anything humorous? I've read all of Christopher Moore's books and I'm searching for something to giggle to. Doesn't have to be fiction, it can be anything. Thanks in advance guys!
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