I just finished One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest by Ken Kesey yesterday. It featured an intriguing plot to say the least through the lens of an Indian mental patient recovering his sanity. The end was particularly riveting. I'm planning on rereading George Orwell's 1984 this weekend in preparation for an English essay. It's definitely the shining star of the dystopian tradition causing readers to doubt if the Combine can ever truly be defeated.
I've been reading Eclipse, part of the Twilight Saga. (Yes, I like Twilight somewhat.) So far I don't know if I'm enjoying it as much as New Moon. Some of the character interactions seem weaker, and/or the characters just seem weirdly less likable. Then again, that seems to be waning now that I'm nearing the middle and the characters have stopped being whiny, so maybe it'll be good from here on out.
Right now I'm reading The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring which is not happening too fast since I got bored with it a quarter of the way through, lost the page I was on, and lost the book. >.<