James Frey-A Million Little Pieces.
Bad Pharma - Ben Goldacre.
I just took a bunch of books by Holly Black out of the teen section at my library. She writes really gritty, modern fairy tales. Also love Martin Millar - Lonely Werewolf Girl was the last of his that I read.
The Buddha in the Attic by Julie Otsuka
*the first book I've read in the past 10 years that isn't non-fiction (but it's sort of historical fiction/memoiristic) I think being a literature major in college made me overdose on fiction and I can't seem to deal with it anymore. If I'm not reading to learn something, it feels like a waste of time now.
50 shades of grey !!!! @#!
I posted earlier on this thread, but have since finished that book and several others. My current one is "A Slave No More", containing narratives of two men who escaped from slavery during the Civil War. One of them is especially interesting because the former slave who wrote it lived in Fredericksburg and I've seen many of the places he describes, including the slave quarters he lived in before the war.
dragon bones by patricia briggs :3
[URL="http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/0805088911/ref=oh_details_o00_s00_i00"]Lone Survivors: How We Came to Be the Only Humans on Earth [/URL]
Days of Blood & Starlight, by Laini Taylor (YA fantasy).