Emilia Clarke (born 23 October 1986) is a British actress, best known for her role as Daenerys Targaryen in the HBO series Game of Thrones. She has also starred in the films Terminator Genisys and Me Before You.
Clarke was born in London and grew up in Oxfordshire. She began her acting career on stage, before making her film debut in 2011 with a small role in the Syfy horror film Triassic Attack.
Here are some books that Clarke recommended.
All the Light We Cannot See by Anthony Doerr
All the Light We Cannot See by Anthony Doerr is a novel about two children, Marie-Laure and Werner, who are forced to confront the horrors of World War II. The story follows them as they try to survive the war and find each other in the midst of the chaos.
Doerr’s novel is a beautiful and harrowing tale of love, loss, and hope. The characters are richly drawn and the prose is gorgeous. The story will stay with you long after you’ve finished reading it.
Clean and Lean for Life by James Duigan
James Duigan’s book, “Clean and Lean for Life,” is a guide to achieving and maintaining a healthy weight.
The book provides readers with practical advice on how to make healthy food choices, how to cook healthy meals, and how to exercise effectively.
Duigan also discusses the importance of managing stress, getting adequate sleep, and maintaining a positive outlook in order to achieve long-term weight loss success.
It’s Not Ok to Feel Blue by Scarlett Curtis
It’s Not Ok to Feel Blue by Scarlett Curtis is a book about understanding and accepting your emotions. This book is perfect for those who are going through a tough time, or for anyone who needs a reminder that their emotions are valid.
Just Kids by Patti Smith
Patti Smith’s Just Kids is a moving and evocative look at her relationship with the late artist Robert Mapplethorpe.
Smith chronicles their time together in New York City when they were both struggling artists trying to make it in the Big Apple.
The book is filled with beautiful prose and stunning images of Mapplethorpe’s photography, which bring the reader into their world.
Just Kids is a must-read for any fan of Patti Smith or Robert Mapplethorpe, and for anyone who loves a good story about young love and creative ambition.
Saltwater by Jessica Andrews
When Jessica Andrews wrote Saltwater, she had no idea it would become a bestseller. The novel tells the story of a young woman’s journey to find herself after the death of her mother.
Andrews says she was inspired to write the book after she went through a similar experience in her own life. “I wanted to create a character that was searching for something,” she says. “Someone who was lost and needed to find her way.”
The novel has resonated with readers all over the world, and Andrews says she’s received letters from people thanking her for writing it. “It’s been amazing to see how much this book has meant to people,” she says.
The Overstory by Richard Powers
The Overstory by Richard Powers is a novel about nine Americans who come together to save a stand of redwoods. The book weaves together their stories, which are interwoven with the story of the trees themselves.
The book has been praised for its ambition, scope, and understanding of both human nature and the natural world. It is a beautifully written and deeply moving book that will stay with you long after you’ve turned the last page.
The Poetry Pharmacy by William Steghart
The Poetry Pharmacy by William Steghart is a book that offers readers a unique perspective on the power of poetry.
The book is based on the idea that poetry can be used as a form of medicine, and it provides readers with a wide range of poems that can be used to heal various ailments.
The Poetry Pharmacy is an intriguing and thought-provoking read that is sure to leave you feeling inspired and hopeful.