by Prince Harry is the buzzy memoir from the Duke of Sussex, presenting a book that is candid about royal life to an almost unprecedented degree, and gives his own side of the very public falling out he’s had with the rest of the royal family. Spare discusses the trauma Harry experienced following the death of his mother, Princess Diana, in 1997, and details the way the privileges and burdens of royal life have shaped him. Mostly, however, he takes aim at the British press and how its relentless pursuit of photos and gossip has impacted both him and the people he’s close to, particularly Princess Diana, and his wife, Meghan Markle. Opinions about Harry’s memoir have been divided in the press, but there’s no doubt that the book has started conversations! (Non-Fiction)