Welcome to Shelf Life, ELLE.com’s books column, in which authors share their most memorable reads. Whether you’re on the hunt for a book to console you, move you profoundly, or make you laugh, consider a recommendation from the writers in our series, who, like you (since you’re here), love books. Perhaps one of their favorite titles will become one of yours, too.

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The title of Paulina Porizkova’s book of autobiographical essays, No Filter (The Open Field), speaks to an emotional candor familiar to followers of her IG feed. There she bares all: anxiety and depression, insecurity and invisibility, aging and menopause, dating in her 50s (she’s on Raya) plus makeup-free photos and near nudes.

Born in Czechoslovakia, Porizkova was raised by her grandmother when the Soviets invaded and her anticommunist parents fled to Sweden until her mother returned for her at age six. She began…

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