I'm reading Eat, Pray, Love right now and I'm enjoying it. Which is saying a lot for me, who normally thinks that books like that are a bunch of transcendent crap. I must be mellowing in my old age.
The last book I finished was The Thirteenth Tale and I'm writing a review about it, so I'll leave my detailed opinions off here, but I would probably read it again if I had life to live twice.
I'll read pretty much anything: fiction, non-fiction, biographies, it's all good. I'm not a big fan of popular trite like James Patterson, Danielle Steel, or Tom Clancy. (I loved Tom Clancy's first three books. They were great thrillers. It's gone steadily down hill from there.) I like books that make me: (1) think; (2) laugh; or (3) feel. If I can get all three together, even better.
What do you recommend?