The Wide Window, which is the third book of the 'A Series of Unfortunate Events' series.
To be totally honest, I am not into any at the moment though I would be thrilled to reread "Johnny Got His Gun" if I can find it.
Star Wars Fate of the Jedi: Allies.
"Strong Pokémon. Weak Pokémon. That is only the selfish perception of people. Truly skilled Trainers should try to win with the Pokémon they love best". -Karen
"For every pokemon there is a purpose and a time when it can shine under the sun." -Blue1225
Right now I'm reading Breathing Underwater because the school gave a summer reading list and this was one of the books on the list. I have to say, it's actually really good so far.
Almost finished with The Mothman Prophecies by John A. Keel. After that, I'll probably reread The Devil in the White City by Erik Larson.
"The Rabbit in the Thorn Tree: Modern Myths and Urban Legends of South Africa" by Arthur Goldstuck
Fascinating book about popular urban legends in South Africa, many of which are variations upon "classic" urban legends that take on added significance in line with SA's social history; other legends - eg: "Kentucky Fried Rat" - seem to have universal meaning wherever they're told. Goldstuck also includes some great examples as to how popular culture can influence the telling of legends - for example, at the time of publication, the recent success of the Teenage Ninja Mutant Turtles franchise had shifted that old chestnut about alligators in the sewers to one concerning mutant turtles.
Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire. I love reading, but my problem is that I'm always reading the same books over and over again. Can't even remember how many times I've read this book...
I'm in the middle of re-reading Ocean of Blood by Darren Shan. I love pretty much every one of his books - I can't wait until the next one.
A Natural History of the Senses by Diane Ackerman.
The Lute Player by Norah Lofts
The Peco Incident by Des Hunt.
It is very boring.