I'm going to do something different and critique a book that I just read.
I just finished "Quarterlife Crisis" which is a self-help books for those transitioning from "College" life to the "Real" world. It is a very helpful book full of great advice. It is full of experiences from many twentysomethings from all over the United States. I really liked the book, but as I continued to read the book the more depressed I got. Much of the advice they gave was blunt and to the point. I'm nervous about that transition, but after reading this book it has made me terrified. I would definitely recommend this book to anyone who is getting ready to graduate college because it shows you what to expect and doesn't leave you ignorant of how hard the transition from "College" life to "Real" life really is.