It is a universally recognized fact that reading is good exercise for the mind. It increases your brain power, works wonders on your empathy, not to mention a pleasant way to spend an afternoon.

All books are not written equally however, that is why we present to you a list of guaranteed nice books that are vital for any all-rounded millennial readers, be it a dabbler or a die-hard.

The books are a mixture of fiction, epic tomes, short stories, and non-fiction books. These books can be a great companion and reading them helps you escape from realities like job searching, Netflix, among other issues affecting serious young professional. They will help all millennials add more spice to their lives.

They will help all millennials add more spice to their lives.

1. Tuesdays With Morrie  by Mitch Albom

Most millennials are extremely busy. Their schedules can be filled with looking for careers to finding the correct person to walk down the aisle with. Millennials love to know what is ahead of them. The bitter truth is that no matter how well you plan your life it does not always turn out as planned. This book is about love, life, and learning to move on with the punches life throws at your face.

This book is about love, life, and learning to move on with the punches life throws at your face.

2. The Fault in Our Stars by John Greed

It is about the small things millennials take for granted, for instance, good health. In your 20s ought you to live life to the fullest. This is important for you and your health. It is your job to live life and not worry about a lot of things.

3. He is not just that into you by Liz Tuccillo and Greg Benhrendt

Many millennials have sat for long hours trying to analyze messages and mail sent by some guy. They even talk to their friends and ask their opinions on the message. They will tell what you wanted to hear, but mostly it is not transpiring.

In your 20s, you should read the signs that he is not just for you and stop wasting your precious time on the guy. It is not everyone in the world that will reciprocate your love or sugarcoat it.

4. The Opposite of Loneliness by Marina Keegan

This book reminds us that despite hardships, we can still do anything. You can collect yourself and start all over again. This notion that it is too late to start again is comical and hilarious. Any millennial should not loose the sense of possibility because in the end it is all they have.

5. The Millionaire Next Door by William D. and Thomas J.

This is a good book for Millennials as it talks the basics of personal finance. It has simple common sense economics lessons like spending less than you earn, diversifying your investments, and not buying status objects.

6.  Meditation by Marcus Aurelius

Currently, meditation has been recognized as one of the best mind-body techniques to keep off excess body pressures. Marcus realized this by writing a perfect meditation guide for the success of the millennials. The book trains one on maintaining a clear mind through a case study of the philosopher kings. This is the book you need to read to relieve any kind of stress that you might face in your life.

These books have content related to your real life. They touch on topics like unrequited love, the power of family, the beauty of freedom, betrayal, and the power of believing that you can make it.

Millennials can find solace in the books since they relate much to their real lives and they notice they are not alone. They are well worth reading.