War of Souls trilogy by Margaret Weis & Tracy Hickman. Part of the "Dragonlance" series. I typically read fantasy. David Eddings, R.A. Salvatore, Raymond Feist, Jane Lindskold, Anne McCaffrey, that kind of thing.
I'm currently revisiting some of favorite comics. At the same time, I'm also reading a whole list of college-level psychology textbooks to prepare for my preliminary dissertation interview. The comics are keeping me calm and composed, and I'm grateful for that.
Comic: Tintin in Tibet - It was the first Tintin I'd read as a child. Before I went after all the books in this series, I was a freewheeling reader--I didn't care much for chronology or continuity.
Dissertation-related: Currently struggling with this long list of psychology textbooks. I don't intend to read all the titles in this list, but I reckon I should at least read three-fourths.
Just started reading A Clash of Kings after a long break from when I finished A Game of Thrones. I probably shouldn't have watched the show in between though, it's rough going so far back in the story.
earthsea by ursula le guin quite an epic read.. follows the story of a mage but unlike any other book ive read, it doesnt quite focus on the developement of the character or the world but in the emotions characters bring upon eachother, its quite epic
At the moment I'm close to finishing The Fellowship of the Ring. The last non-fiction book I've read is The Simpsons and their Mathematical Secrets by Simon Singh. I cannot over-recommend this enough, definitely worth it if you love maths. Otherwise, a great fiction book I love is Circe by Madeline Miller, it's an excellent reimagining of the original mythology of the goddess Circe in Greek mythology.