Amy Winehouse

1 Amy Winehouse Recommended Books

Amy Winehouse is a Grammy award-winning singer-songwriter who rose to fame in the early 2000s. Born in 1983 in London, she released her debut album, Frank, in 2003 to critical acclaim. With her unique retro-soul sound, Winehouse was nominated for six Grammy Awards in 2008, winning five including Record of the Year and Song of the Year.

1 Books recommended by Amy Winehouse

Carter Beats the Devil

Carter Beats the Devil

Author :Glen David Gold

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"A great novel." - Amy Winehouse [Source]


Q1: What books did Amy Winehouse recommend?

Amy Winehouse often recommended a certain selection of books to her friends and fans when she was alive. She especially loved novels and biographies. Some of her favorite books ranged from F. Scott Fitzgerald’s The Great Gatsby and Alice Walker’s The Color Purple to Andre Agassi’s autobiography Open and Billie Holiday’s Lady Sings the Blues.


Amy Winehouse tended to favor biographies and novels. She loved reading books written by female authors as well, particularly books written by Billie Holiday and Alice Walker.

Amy Winehouse was drawn to themes presented in The Great Gatsby and F. Scott Fitzgerald’s writing style. She found a lot of inspiration in the novel’s characters and dialogue.

Amy Winehouse was a big fan of literature and enjoyed various genres of books. She was particularly fond of poetry, nonfiction, and plays.