Best Books for Couples to Read Together to Build Their BondA genuinely funny book is one of life's simplest pleasures, but finding the real stand-outs is never as easy. Back in , we asked some leading lights of comedy and literature to nominate the books that make them laugh out loud. Here we revisit the results, and add some extras from the Esquire team. It's strange how this novel has become a by-word for doomy, nihilistic introspection; I blame Mark Chapman. It's actually a very funny book, right from its perfect opening sentence.
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Instead, treat yourself to some lighter fare—like one of the following funny books guaranteed to make you laugh out loud in your seat. Ignore any odd looks from your neighbors. This classic travelogue of his hike along the Appalachian Trail—and the quirky characters he meets along the way—has been cracking readers up since it was first published more than 20 years ago. Bryson … carries himself in an irresistibly bewildered manner, accepting each new calamity with wonder and hilarity. In this cleverly formatted novel, a woman goes missing after her year-old daughter asks her parents to take her to Antarctica as a reward for her good grades.
The Jeeves and Wooster Series, P.G. Wodehouse
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You might not have thought of reading as an activity that can help you form stronger bonds in your relationship. Reading is incredibly rewarding so doing it together turns it into a special experience. You can learn much from literature inspired discussions or from sharing a self-help book. And just think how physically close you have to be to read the same book — win! A story about a suicidal man and his tragically lost wife teaches couples lessons about passion and fate and creates some interesting discussion about the boundaries between death and life.