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Autobiography books are written by an author to describe their own achievements, successes, or simply  a glimpse into their lives. Here is a list of the world’s top 10 autobiography books ever published as per are listed below.


  1. The Diary of a Young Girl, written by Anne Frank

It has 320 intriguing pages compiled and published by Everyman's Library.  This book is a diary of a Jewish girl, growing up in Amsterdam during the Holocaust. This book is tragic, heart-moving and inspirational.


  1. Gypsy Boy, by Micky Walsh

Another interesting, yet moving, memoir by Micky Walsh, a Romany Gypsy who undergoes a brutal life in his home in England. He talks of his family and his community that have shaped his life. Published by St. Martin's Griffin, this book is impossible to put down, and shows the incredible courage and great attitude that humans are capable of.


  1. Mein Kampf, by Adolf Hitler

Possibly one of the most controversial books as it is written by one of the most most hated men of history. This 694-page piece was published by Houghton Mifflin Company. It is entirely hard to read and understand, and generally puts the author’s thoughts down, making it an interesting read.


  1. A Child Called It, by David Pelzer

David Pelzer describes himself growing up in a brutal, violent and abusive community in this 184-page book. This book delves into the life of a child, who was literally called “it.” The book is a disturbing true story, that shows a child's incredible resilience, and the life-threatening obstacles David overcame.


  1. Long Walk to Freedom: by Nelson Mandela

One of the greatest leaders in the world, Nelson Mandela describes his life of struggle in a 507- page book. This truly inspiring piece was published by Holt, Rinehart and Winston.


  1. A Journey, by Tony Blair

Written in a very interesting style, Tony Blair gives you a glimpse into his experience as Prime Minister, and the controversial experiences and decisions he has made.  Written in a down to earth manner, this 784- page book is very fascinating and was published by Vintage.


  1. Goodbye To All That, by Robert Graves

During world war one, he was lieutenant in the Royal Welch Fusiliers and he gives a vivid account of the soldiers’ plight in a truly emotional and brutal, yet humorous manner. Published by Anchor, this 347- page book is very informative.

  1. Call The Midwife, by Jennifer Worth

Then a midwife, Jennifer Lee later Worth, describes the poverty and experiences midwives and East Londoners went through during the post-World War Two era. It is a very touching book, especially to women. It was published by Penguin.

  1. The Story of My Life, by Hellen Keller

Ever imagined what a blind and deaf person undergoes? This book opens the author’s heart in a truly emotional style. She talks of her teacher Anne Sullivan who helped change the way Hellen Keller, and many other blind and deaf people experience the world. This inspirational short 80 page book, is incredibly inspirational and was published by Dover Publications.


  1. My Booky Wook, by Russell Brand

The author, now movie star, presents his thoughts in a comical way in this 368- page book. He brings out his life of drugs, alcohol and sex in a humorous way.