If you are reader,then you must to read these books.1. 1984 by George Orwell,This high school classic is well worth a re-read.People who are either just entering or getting settled into their careers are likely to relate a little differently 1984 than they might have at 16 or 17.It is story of power and brutality and will resonate with readers as power structures start to became more visible in a newly-employed person's life. 2.Beijing Bastard; into the wilds of a changing china by Val Wang.Aside from difficulties in scaling the career, many quarter-life cries are spurred on by a flimsy sense of self.Wang's memoir about finding her identity in New York after moving from China is sure to connect with soul-searchers in librarians say. 3. Between the World and Me by Ta-Nehist Coates New York Times critic A O Scott says this book is 'essential" like water or air Winner of the national book award,Coates novel reveals a perspective on race in America that challenges everyone to reckon with the country's brutal past-both recent and distant.The book can help people just who are learning about their place in the world gain new insight.
4. Feminism Reinventing the F-word by Nadia Abushanab Higgins this book wants to make it less uncomfortable to be a feminist.The librarians say the book is essential for people moving into the wider world because so many communities are simply too diverse for regressive mindsets about equality. 5. Tiny beautiful Things by Cheryl Strayed Cheryl Strayed, the ones-anonymous advice columnist,has compiled pieces of wisdom into a book the librarians call"the best" most compassionate advice about being a fully realized,empathic person in the world". At its heart,Tiny beautiful Things is a reminder that life is fraught with uncertanity and that what we call "quarter-life crises" might just be the first in a series of opportunities to ask for help.