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65 Books You Need To Read In Your 20s

The Sun Also Rises , by Ernest Hemingway. Another English syllabus special, Hemingway’s tight prose and peerless storytelling are somehow more resonant when you are reading it on your own. Or as my colleague Matt put it: “I couldn’t keep my eyes open for more than five pages of Hemingway growing up, but for some reason I picked this up in my post-graduation haze and was mesmerized.

By Antoine de Saint - Exupery, 1943. Sweet story of life's greatest themes. Voted best book of the 20th century in France and one of the best selling books ever published.

My life before I "Kick the Bucket": A book review- The Time Machine H.G. Wells

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Memoirs of a Geisha: A Novel / Arthur Golden

Memoirs of a Geisha, an all time favorite! and a must have in my library

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a classic

Mary Shelley started writing Frankenstein when she was only 18. The themes in the book are still relevant today and I hope kids are still having to read it in school! One of my favorites!

I don't care how cliche it is, this is hands down the most riveting horror story ever written. Frankenstein (Barnes & Noble Leatherbound Classics Series)