1. Bridget Jones's Diary
Okay, let's get the most obvious one out of the way. Possibly one of the funniest diaries of all time, Bridget Jones is a shout out to singletons everywhere.
But not only is she relatable, she's absolutely hilarious, and that's why we love her. Anyone else hyped for the new movie?
2. The Secret Diary of A Checkout Girl
Written from the perspective of an unfortunate checkout girl named Suzie Quesnell, this diary is known for its quick wit and brutal AF honesty. Despite graduating almost seven years ago, Suzie still has a serious case of #postgradblues, and is still waiting for her "real life" to take off.
Suzie is kind of like a millennial version of Bridget. Only, the endless chase for the "right" guy has become the chase for the "right" job.
3. Flowers For Algernon
This book is an absolute classic!
Charlie Gordon is an adult with learning difficulties that has an "operashun" to make him smarter. Doctors ask him to keep a diary so they can see his intelligence improve day by day. But, as Charlie and his buddy, Algernon (a lab-tested mouse), discover, intelligence is not all it's cracked up to be.
This sci-fi is touching, entertaining, and in some ways, terrifying.
4. The Vampires Diaries
Before being a successfull tv show, it was a young adult vampire horror series. The characters, the storyline are different from the series and there are different plots and more supernatural creatures.
These diaries are very ~juicy~ and you won't be able to quench your thirst, you'll quickly get addicted and will only want to read more and more.
5. Forrest Gump
So, we've all seen Tom Hanks eating chocolate at the bus stop, but how many of you have taken the time to read the book?
If you love the film and wanna spend more time with Forrest, the book has lots of juicy extras that aren't in the movie, like the time Forrest was shot up into space by NASA (only to crash land in Papua New Guinea), or his awesome wrestling career as "The Dunce" - seriously.
6. The Princess Diaries
Don't lie, we know you watched the movie, it's a classic!
Mia thinks too much, has weird hair, big feet and his extremely sarcastic. Like most of the teens, she doesn't feel comfortable in her skin and still waits on some "body parts" to appear.
Everything changes when she finds out that she's actually the princess and heir to the throne of Genovia, a small country in Europe located between France and Italy.
You will smile and laugh so much, you'll get face cramps!
7. The Secret Diariy Of Adrian Mole, Aged 13 3/4
Not exactly what you'd expect to be on a list of "juicy" diaries, but Adrian Mole's unabashed honesty about puberty and his parent's rocky marriage (among other things) helped him make the cut.
We've all been that self-centered kid whose fantastic poetry doesn't get take seriously...No?
Pick this book up if you're feeling nostalgic for the 80's, but you might want to skip the bit where he mentions a semi-detached costing £30,000. If only!
They don't get much juicier than this.
Written by real-life call girl, Belle de Jour, this diary details a year in her life, well, a year in her sex-life.
The book will make you laugh, cringe, and maybe even blush. She's not shy about including all the gory details, if you know what I mean...
This is another comig-of-age storry, written by socially awkward introvert, Charlie.
The book technically isn't a diary; it's a series of letters. But Charlie writes them with pure honesty. His letters are crammed with thought-provoking qutoes that are now all over Tumblr.