Disgrace by J.M. Coetzee -- One of the most complex books -- morally, racially, ethically -- that I've ever read.
This Is Where I Leave You by Jonathan Tropper -- A peek into the mind of those divorced guys you're dating.
Fun Home by Alison Bechdel -- You're finally old enough to read a graphic novel and understand that there is so much more to it than the pictures. It will be nice, for a change, to read about someone else's dysfunctional family.
Just Kids by Patti Smith -- A moving meditation on friendship and finding yourself.
Commited by Elizabeth Gilbert -- Time to question the institution of marriage! This book does an amazing job exploring the history of marriage as the writer tries to decide whether to walk down the aisle herself.