My last 5:
-The Hobbit: Read it because the movie's coming out. Thought it was meh... definitely not up to par with the LOTR series.
-No Easy Day: I dedicated an entire thread to this one so you know it was amazing.
-Bill Clinton - Back to work: Interesting since I'm a big fan of Clinton, but pretty much one-sided propaganda designed to bash the Republicans and win over Democrat votes before the election happened.
-The Intelligent Investor: Often referred to as the greatest book on fundamental investing ever written. Interesting lessons that are still somewhat relevant, but overall pretty outdated since it was originally written in the 60's and the market has evolved leaps and bounds since then. Also heavily technical, so steer clear if you're not a finance person.
-The Alchemist: Way overhyped. I get the lesson that Coelho's trying to teach, but I thought the story was bland and overly vague. Then again - I'm not really an abstract kind of guy, so I'm probably the wrong type of audience to be critiquing it.