A woman reads a book at her open air book store in Skopje, Macedonia, Apr. 24, 2014. Reuters

Finding a gift for everyone during Christmas can be difficult. Enter: Books!

Gifting literature is meaningful and easy, and there exists a book for every personality, every interest and every person. Here are six recommendations for the best books to wrap up and put under the tree this year.

"Hamilton: The Revolution," Lin-Manuel Miranda and Jeremy Carter For the friend who desperately wants to see Hamilton but can’t seem to get a ticket, or for the one who has seen it and can’t get enough, this book is the ideal gift. It’s an account of the show’s development by its writer and creator starting with the seed of an idea and culminating in a Broadway phenomenon six years later. It includes personal stories from Miranda as well as photos from Broadway photographer Frank Ockenfels and won the Goodreads Choice Award for Best Nonfiction in 2016.

"Dark Matter," Blake Crouch This book comes from the man behind the Wayward Pines trilogy turned television show. Equal parts mystery, thriller and physics-fueled science fiction, the story follows infinite versions of a physicist into infinite parallel universes. It's unlike any other novels and even those who aren't science fiction fans will appreciate it.

"The Nix," Nathan Hill Hill’s first novel is a hefty one. It is 628 pages of adventure spanning from the Vietnam War to the present day. The Nix follows Samuel Andresen-Anderson, a college professor abandoned by his mother early in the life, on a quest to find her after she commits a political crime. Though it deals with the U.S. during the Vietnam-era, it couldn’t be more relevant today.

"The Underground Railroad," Colson Whitehead One of the five books President Barack Obama chose for his summer reading list this year, Whitehead’s fictional story re-imagines the Underground Railroad as an actual railroad. It follows a slave, Cora, on her journey from a cotton plantation in Georgia, through the Underground Railroad and into the north. “The result is a potent, almost hallucinatory novel that leaves the reader with a devastating understanding of the terrible human costs of slavery,” said the New York Times in its review.

"Before The Fall," Noah Hawley Hawley’s fictional thriller was one of the most anticipated books of the year. It opens with a private jet filled with eleven influential rich people and one average painter as it plummets into the ocean. The rest of the story is spent as he attempts to piece together exactly what happened that night.

"Talking as Fast as I Can: From Gilmore Girls to Gilmore Girls (and Everything in Between)," Lauren Graham For the Gilmore Girls obsessed, this is real-life Lorelai’s chronicle of personal stories about her life. In various essays, she recalls her auditions, her dating life and her reflections on Gilmore Girls. It’s a New York Times Bestseller and includes pictures and stories from the diary she kept during her time filming the recent Gilmore Girls reunion.