Below are Sharon Horgan's favorite books, available to purchase individually or as a set.
Irish actress, writer and producer Sharon Horgan is likely best known for her work both in front of and behind the camera on Catastrophe, Amazon’s Peabody Award-nominated sitcom also co-starring comedian Rob Delaney. It’s a show that’s earned her the 2016 BAFTA TV Award for Best Comedy Writer, and a nomination for a Primetime Emmy. Horgan is also co-creator of HBO’s Divorce, the first major role the actress Sarah Jessica Parker took on after Sex and the City’s 2004 finale. See the full list...
The first novel that messed me up. I’ve read it so many times—first in my late teens, when I was in my full horror fan mode. In Ireland, where I lived, there was no such thing as a streetlight, so you looked outside and your own imagination would decide what was there. But there was something about the descriptions of the Bramford, the apartment that Rosemary and Guy Woodhouse move into, that was my first descriptive explanation of New York living. Way before I saw the movie, the story leapt off the page.
Vincent Bugliosi with Curt Gentry
Unfortunately, it went from horror to true crime, kicked off by “Helter Skelter,” the very famous book about the Manson murders. I got into true crime way too young, way too early.
The Sun Also Rises
A book I read at least once a year. I took American studies as part of my degree, and found Hemingway a little late, but “The Sun Also Rises” is the ultimate of the modernist school. I’m not sure why I read it so often, but much has to do with the huge love affair at the heart of it—and the setting, between the wars, within the world of this lost generation of expats. It just completely transports me from wherever I am to Paris and Pamplona. And his writing has such hidden depths—every time I read it I find something new. It takes a lost soul to convey so much.
$163.89 Therese Raquin
From: $142.97 Women & Money: Owning the Power to Control Your Destiny
Leslie Odom Jr.
$163.79 The Autobiography of Malcom X
as told to Alex Haley
From: $220.83 The Complete Calvin & Hobbes
$153.86 Man’s Search for Meaning
$182.93 The Cousteau Almanac of the Environment: An Inventory of Life on a Water Planet (Vintage Edition)
$174.94 Appointment in Samarra
$165.90 All I Really Need to Know I Learned in Kindergarten
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