The Hunger Games, by Suzanne Collins (book 1) - Totally just read this because other people said it was so good. And it was. Really good. Can't wait for whoever has it checked out from my library to RETURN IT SO I CAN HAVE A TURN.
Actually, I don't think there was a third before that... so, there. I'm caught up. ;)
I'm currently reading my OH!!! I totally just remembered what the third book was!!! DUDE! How could I forget?
Promise Me, by Richard Paul Evans - You know, I was sort of like, what? As I read this and finished it... truthfully, not one of his best novels. It was still well-written but the plot was so unlike anything he's written - I guess I'm just holding him to his normally higher standard. Huh. Next April will bring another good one, I'm sure!
As I was saying, I'm currently reading my go-to book for Fall, absolutely one of my faves:
One of the greatest books ever. I'm on my fourth time reading it. It's basically written as the journal of a 17 year old girl who's family lives in an old ruined castle. Her father was a famous author at one point but has seemed to lose his fire, her mother is dead, her stepmother is a former model, her sister complains of their situation a lot, her friend is in love with her and then two men come into their lives and change everything... that's all I'm going to tell you because I really think it's an enjoyable book that must be read by everyone. Go on, read it. I dare you. ;)