I recently finished my annual re-reading of the Harry Potter series. They are always fun. Right now I am re-reading DisneyWar, by James Stewart. It is mostly about the Eisner years, and Roy E bringing in Eisner, and removing him.
One of my favourite is: Napoleon Hill's Outwitting the Devil: The Secret to Freedom and Success
This book describes the values of our thought patterns, negative and positive, and our habits and how we can master ourselves and also how to escape the negative consequences of our upbringing. It teaches about the values of thinking for yourself and taking responsibility for yourself. This book has taken me out of a very negative period and I cannot praise it highly enough!
I just finished Armada, by Ernest Cline. It was another book that he wrote after Ready Player One (which was faaaar better than the movie IMO). Not a sequal and Cline seems to lean heavily into the use of pop-culture references again, which I think will get old. but it was still a good book.
Also I have to mention 'At Night She Cries While He Rides his Steed' by Ross Patterson. It's a self-proclaimed 'Romance Novel for Dudes' and it is IMO pretty hilarious.
I've been reading a book series called the 100 and it's pretty good. I love science and science fiction and suspense so I'm always up for suggestions with books in that category. A book series that I really enjoyed a couple years back is called I Am Number Four.