Reese Witherspoon is a woman of many talents.
The Oscar winner effortlessly was accepted into Harvard University despite having all odds stacked against her, only to then solve a murder case off the back of her extensive knowledge on perms.
Alright, so that wasn't actually Witherspoon, it was her character Elle Woods in Legally Blonde, but it takes a highly skilled actress to play such a multi-faceted role.
These days, Witherspoon has left her 'legal life' behind and is instead focused on her production company Hello Sunshine, which is behind shows like Daisy Jones & the Six and Surface; and movies such as Where the Crawdad's Sing and Something From Tiffany's.
Each of these projects has one thing in common: They’ve been adapted from her favourite books, which she adds on a monthly basis to a list called Reese's Book Club Picks.
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Witherspoon is an avid reader, and she certainly doesn't discriminate when it comes to her recommendations. True crime, memoirs and even essays are just a few of her suggestions. It really showcases just how diverse her literary diet is.