Also, Hugo-winner "Downbelow Station" by C. J. Cherryh, just because.
Recently finished the two books, so far, in a series starting with "The Name of the Wind" by Patrick Rothfuss - excellent fantasy. Am eagerly awaiting the next one.
Last month I enjoyed reading "A Man for All Markets", the autobiography of Edward Thorp, who is arguably one of the most successful investors of all time but who got his start in "investing" and iconoclastic thinking when he developed card-counting for blackjack and wrote "Beat the Dealer".
Have also recently enjoyed a couple of books by William Hertling that may appeal to computer nerds: "Avogadro Corp" and "Kill Process".
The road to Hell is paved with good intentions...
If you don't like the conclusion, attack the study.
Work is the crab grass in the lawn of life. -- Schulz