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6 Books Only 21 Year Old Man Can Relate To

You must be of 21 years of age or older to legally read these.

Twenty-one years old, the legal age of drinking in some states (that we totally know you waited to reach before reaching for your first drink). It is also a very symbolic number that describes even more your official entry into adulthood than the number twenty itself.

And just like alcohol, there’s literature that has been written and kept specially written for the twenty-one-year-olds mind. No one is exactly sure why and the scientist won’t tell us but these books only twenty-one-year-olds can fully comprehend and relate to. If you happened to read them before reaching twenty-one, do yourself a favor and read them again, properly this time.

#1 “I am, I can, I will” by Michael Simms

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This book is unique in two very different ways. The first being there are no page numbers and that is very deliberate because the book can be started and finished at any given time.

The second being that the book was formatted in such a way that there is very little script on each page but what it does is give the reader the opportunity to write down whatever insights the passage brings about therefore they can go back and elaborate on those passages and ineffective they are co-authoring the book

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#2 Alchemist: A Fable About Following Your Dream by Paulo Coelho

Alchemist: A Fable About Following Your Dream by Paulo Coelho Get this book or read more reviews of it by using the links below

The Alchemist is the story of a simple but ambitious Shepherd, who is on his journey to find treasure. It is a Story ofHardship and struggles; one can connect his own life with it. The experience, the reader gains completely depends on his perspective. Indeed he discovers anew inspiration to be determined in any predicament and give another thwack to conquer anything one desires.

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#3 The Handmaid’s Tale by Margaret Atwood

The Handmaid's Tale by Margaret Atwood Get this book or read more reviews of it by using the links below

The Handmaid’s Tale is a dystopian fiction depicting a certain country called the republic of Gilead. Women are categorized in color codes and functions. The problem in this country is the zero birth rate. It describes the day to day life of a certain hand maiden called Offred but also gives glimpses of her past which shows the reader how the country came to this point. Although the experience of Off red is described through a personal perspective, the epigram behind such a non humane nature of the society is left to the speculation of the reader. It leaves one perplexed and shifts the notions of normal and abnormal by the end of it. You find balance in most inhumane conditions and may even find one courageous to fight any obstacles of life.

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#4 Incremental Improvements by Mike Brodsky

Incremental Improvements by Mike Brodsky Get this book or read more reviews of it by using the links below

The author shares ideas and strategies for making improvements in many aspects of one’s life. For a 21 year old man, engaged in his college studies, and just trying to figure out his future career, this book suggests many potential actions and behaviors that can help to lead the reader on the path to success and personal development.

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#5 Mensch-Marks: Life Lessons of a Human Rabbi―Wisdom for Untethered Times by Joshua Hammerman

Mensch-Marks: Life Lessons of a Human Rabbi―Wisdom for Untethered Times by Joshua HammermanGet this book or read more reviews of it by using the links below

Mensch Marks. The title alone gets it off to a good start. And throughout, we find a graceful writer, lucid thinker, and wise and gentle soul. Bob Costas, Legendary Hall of Fame broadcaster and the only person to win multiple Emmy Awards for sports, news and entertainment.

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#6 The Channeler: A Future Forewarned (The Continuum Series) by Jenna Ryan

The Channeler: A Future Forewarned (The Continuum Series) by Jenna RyanGet this book or read more reviews of it by using the links below

The Channeler is an urban fantasy/scifi fiction based on Caleb Swift, a twenty-one-year-old going through the struggles of college and finding himself, all the while suffering from visions of the future. While Caleb deals with the supernatural and being psychic, the reader can relate to his thoughts and feelings when it comes to entering the early stages of adult life. Caleb still worries about normal problems, like college classes and his grades.

He attends parties with his friends, and develops feelings for a girl. He lives through difficult, realistic ordeals that people of any age can understand, such as anxiety or the loss of a loved one. He keeps secrets and he is stressed over everything, all the time. But he also has friends who stick by his side through it all, even when life gets increasingly mysterious, stranger than they ever thought possible.

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Contributors to this article
Michael Simms from N/A

Kalpesh Baviskar from N/A

Mike Brodsky from Incremental Improvements

Tracy Minsky from Meryl Moss Media

Jenna Ryan from TCK Publishing

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