Right now I'm reading Possesion by A.S. Byatt. It was supposed to be an option for an english extension course I took in my final year of high school but we decided against it so I never got to read it. I am now though. Only beggining it, but it seems like it could be really amazing.
Before that I re-read the hunger games series from start to finish. The final chapter and prologue left me speechless yet again. Some of the scenes are really powerful, and you get so caught up in the stories that you don't want to put the books down unless you have to.
Fire Study by Maria V. Synder. I can't resist a political fantasy with magic and assassins and since I've only just started it I'm not sure if it's going to live up to my expectations or not.
I really love synder's study series. I don't know what you like, but i still re-read them and really enjoy them.
Not really "reading" but I'm about halfway through the audiobook of "An Abundance of Katherines." I'm really enjoying it, and they did a good job choosing a reader for the book. I've read a few books that I really loved, but when i listened to the audio version I just had to cringe.
I'm reading Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close by Jonathan Safran Foer and it's an amazing book. The only thing is, I'm not used to reading such thoughtful and difficult to read kind of books. Most of the time, I read short little YA romances. But it's still a really good book, and it keeps me thinking, which is good. I'm only 100 pages in, but I can tell it's gonna be one of my favorites.
I'm reading La Piedra Filosofal. So yeah, Harry Potter in Spanish. :)
I am reading the last book in 'Millenum Series" The Girl Who Kicked the Hornets Nest. Meh. It reminds me of a few Law and Order Episodes squashed together. Main character very interesting love her. Supporting characters they are ok. Feels like it gives you measured equal doses of indignation followed by almost overly poetic justice. The descriptions of hacking are not overly far fetched, definitely looking for something not so pulpy for the next.