Emma Watson has taken a break from teasing us with glimpses of the new live-action Beauty and the Beast remake to unveil the latest pick from her self-professed feminist book club, Our Shared Shelf, and trust us when we say, it鈥檚 a good 鈥榰n!

Taking to Twitter to share the announcement with her fans, Emma looked absolutely beautiful while relaxing in her backyard, rocking simple jeans and a cute top while hugging Carrie Brownstein鈥檚 memoir, Hunger Makes Me a Modern Girl.

Following in the footsteps of June鈥檚 perfect summer read, Persepolis, Emma鈥檚 latest pick is yet another amazing title focused on gender and equality: except this one has a big rock 鈥榥鈥 roll twist! In fact, her selection is so fascinating and so fun, she鈥檚 actually dedicating TWO months to it.

Her read gives us an intimate look into the life of Carrie Rachel Brownstein, who you may recognize as the mastermind behind Emmy-winning comedy series Portlandia. But before embarking on her successful career in comedy, Carrie actually started out as a young girl growing up in the Pacific Northwest who fell into the 鈥90s grunge scene as a musician in the all-female punk trio Sleater-Kinney.

NEW YORK, NY - MAY 10: Actress, comedian, writer, musician Carrie Brownstein attends Oh! You Pretty Things! The 2016 Moth Ball, Celebrating All Things Glam And Rock - Honoring Carrie Brownstein at Capitale on May 10, 2016 in New York City. (Photo by Brad Barket/Getty Images for The Moth)

Taking a first-person look at the indie music culture of the 鈥90s and how it inspired her comedy, Brownstein lets us into her rocky childhood and eventual escape 鈥渋nto a world where music was the means toward self-invention, community, and rescue.鈥

So far, so good: Emma鈥檚 choice is already garnering some pretty stellar reviews on Our Shared Shelf鈥檚 goodreads page.

鈥淣ormally a person hears the music long before they ever learn what it鈥檚 about鈥 to be able to listen to these songs after learning these things about them is going to be pretty awesome,鈥 wrote a reader named Robert.

鈥淗er book is opening up a whole new genre of music for me that I didn鈥檛 even knew existed. Loving the book!鈥 echoed user Ashley.

Another, Siobhan, wasn鈥檛 quite so sure, however, saying 鈥淭he writing is undoubtedly beautiful. However, my experience was that the book takes some getting used to鈥 I鈥檇 be interested to see if other people found that they grew into the book.鈥

There鈥檚 only one way to find out: Hunger Makes Me a Modern Girl, here we come!

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