The Iron Fey saga by Julie Kagawa is absolutely incredible. So is anything by Tamora Pierce.
For people who like Labyrinth, The Hollow Kingdom might intrigue you. It's a supernatural romance for people who dislike romance, I'd say. It's one of my favorite books ever, and I've only ever talked to two other people who had even heard of it. Which is a darned shame.
ANYTHING BY WALTER MOERS!
The Gargoyle by Andrew Davidson.
Kiki Strike by Kirsten Miller is a really good bok, but not a book that's good for everyone. :3
Awkward by Marni Bates. It's about a slightly nerdy girl who has the most awkward moment of her life posted on youtube and becomes famous.
Life As We Knew It is really a good book. I quite like the uneasyness it gives you about how stable the world is. Now I'm not claiming it's some deep minded book or anything but it's a nice easy, scary read.
No one I know has ever read the Republic Commando novel, they need to be read by EVERYONE!!!!!! Cuz they are awesome. You see Star Wars and you're all like "O gross" but then you read them and they have orginial characters, with heart and soul, and you get really invested in them. Like honestly, I like these characters better than 90% of the ones in the movie, (only in comparison though)
"The Sight" and "Fell" by David Clement-Davies. It's 2 books. The Sight is first.
"The Traveler" By Darren and Daniel Simkin. (not sure about the first brother's name)
I really liked Elsewhere by Gabriella Zevin. Awesome read.
Also How to Say Goodbye in Robot is a different but heart-warming and amazing book.
Read a book there last week called "The Game: The Valley" Was actually really good, was surprised to find there's very little info about it on the web. Its translate to english from German so perhaps that explains it. Recomended though.
READ FIGHT CLUB AND OTHER CHUCK PALAHNUIK BOOKS.