I actually got back into reading this year thanks to my wife's Kindle.
(current), 1. The Twelve (Justin Cronin), 4/5 stars. This is the 2nd of an intended trilogy. I love the way it jumps between time presence and characters. Very enjoyable.
2. FEED: Newsflesh Trilogy Book1 (Mira Grant), 2.5/5 stars. The world-building in this book is phenomenal. I've been into the Zombie thing recently, so thought I'd try this. Characters were uninteresting and story/plot was a bit weak and predictable.
3. The Passage (Justin Cronin), 5/5 stars. Awesome. Loved everything about this book. Story, characters, timelines, oh soooo good.
4. A Brief History of Time (Stephen Hawking), incomplete 4/5 stars. This was the book I picked up to get back into reading. Non-fiction. Science is supposed to be simplified for the common folk, but is still difficult to fully grasp... if I would have read it directly after college (and physics courses), I'd probably get more of it. Being now 10+ years away from college, some of it is too complex to be enjoyable.
5. Magic Mountain (Thomas Mann). 3.5/5 stars. I worked on this book for 10pg at a time over a 5-year period of dating/marriage to my wife. Tough read, not very exciting at all. Crawls at a snails pace. All that said, the overall story is very good... specifically, there's a paragraph about the flow of time that I found to be one of the best thought-written paragraphs I've ever read. If this book was half it's length, I think it would've been a gem.