Depends on what you're looking for.
If you want escapist pulp, I would recommend one of the books in the "Jack Reacher" series by Lee Child. It's about an ex-Army copy who lives as a vagabond and encounters very bad people on his travels. Satisfyingly violent. I just finished Bad Luck and Trouble
, which was very good.
If you like whodunnits, I would recommend Reginald Hill's "Dalgleish" series. Police investigations taking place in Yorkshire. Very funny and intriguing. Any book in his series is sure to please.
If you want to do some serious reading I would recommend 2666
by Roberto Bolano. This has captured the interest of the literary world. It is not an easy read as it is dense and close to a thousand pages, but well worth the effort. Also, I am currently reading The Kindly Ones
by Jonathan Littell. It is fascinating and has been very controversial. It is written from the point of view of an SS
officer; it's like having a conversation with the devil.
"If I don't manage to fly, someone else will. The spirit wants only for there to be flying. As for who happens to do it, in that he has only a passing interest."
- R.M. Rilke