I'm a graduating college senior and I guess I'm maturing. I have really had the urge to read a few good books recently. In the past month I've read: Things Fall Apart, Why We Suck (not really a book, just a 200 page long rant that I really enjoyed), Catcher in the Rye, and To Kill a Mockingbird. I really don't know what books are good, I've never even looked at them other than something that I had to read to get through high school and college. I don't really know if I like a certain genre. I like comedy, but I have to like the certain type of comedy being written, for instance, I loved Denis Leary's pessimistic outlook. I used to like reading books before they were made into movies. I'm not looking for real deep inner thinking, although if there is a book out there that would "speak" to a 22 year old college student, I guess I could muster through it. A few I'm looking at are "The 5000 year leap: A Miracle that changed the world" and "One Second After." I'm also thinking about picking up Obama's books. A few things I'm interested in: golf, baseball, football, music, history, biographies, politics, etc. I have read a good amount of books on golf, so that genre is pretty much done for me, unless there has been a book that has come out in the past few years. Please, no Twilight recommendations, not interested. Also, anyone have a Kindle on here? Is it worth it to pick up if I'm only going to be reading about a book a week?