I have recently enjoyed 'Fate and Fortune' by Shirley MacKay (a lot) and 'Room' by Emma Donoghue, (not so much but I had to finish it.)
Typical girl books - EAT PRAY LOVE - Elizabeth Gilbert and THE BOOK OF TOMORROW - Cecelia Ahern!! They are brilliant so far!!!!!!
Emily Bronte - Wuthering Heights..
American Psycho by Bret Easton Ellis (again). This book is easily dismissed as misogynistic trash but it's very deep and dark, pointing (to me) to a dark shadow that falls across the heart of everyone. Not one to read if you're averse to a bit of nihilism, to be sure, but it ultimately acts a somewhat misanthropic warning against the excesses of humanity and is utterly riveting.
With or Without You
by Carole Matthews
Thus Spake Zarathustra- Nietzsche
Wishing for Tomorrow - Hilary McKay.
It's a sequel to A Little Princess so I was quite worried about it. I'd heard good things though so am giving it a go.
Lolita as part of my course at university.
Scoop by Evelyn Waugh.. Classic comical satire - a definite recommendation!
Alan Sugar's autobiography and a PhD one ^^
I've just finished The Zahir by Paulo Coelho.
Tomorrow I'll most likely be starting Veronika decides to die by him too.
EDIT: Jesus....didn't realise how many mistakes I had made!! >.<
Othello, over and over and over again (english.. )
Heat and Dust (English once again)
post May I may be able to read purely for leisure once more...
The Trial by Kafka.
Stupid ILLP course!
Shutter Island - Dennis Lehane