Really, this book changed how I view communication and negotiation forever. It will definitely impact your life positively.
2) The Lean Startup
A classic, but worth re-reading. Everytime I read the book, it leaves a greater imprint on how I think.
3) The Obstacle is the Way
How to turn obstacles into solutions. This book is a great treatise on Stoicism via examples. I read the book at the start of the year which to mentally set the right tone for the months to follow. The book "coaches" the reader in the basic tenets of the Stoic philosophy by drawing examples from history and sports, by the end of the book you are left with a more intuitive and practical understanding of Stoicism than an academic one.
Try to read "A Guide to the Good Life" or Epictetus's Enchiredion. Good stuff.
Stoicism is always a fascinating read.
Stardust - My favorite last page of all time, but it only works if you read the whole thing. Which is fine, since it's a seriously fun story that's short one, and can be taken in over a long afternoon.
Antifragile - Simply amazing, and I learn a whole batch of new things every time I read it.
For fiction necromancer and snow crash are great
It's one of the few books that resets my frame of mind. Whenever I feel overwhelmed or chronically distracted the sands of Arrakis always seem to strip my mind of clutter and set me back into a state of flow.
Some other books that I find deserving of the at least occasional re-read (if not yearly)
The Soul of a New Machine - Kidder
Hackers - Levy
False Memory - Dean Koontz
The Fountainhead - Ayn Rand
Neuromancer - William Gibson
Nineteen Eighty-Four - Orwell
The Mysterious Island - Jules Verne
3. Deep Work - Cal Newport is very good at identifying distractions we are surrounded by and reading the habits of most high achievers. Even after 8 months of reading, I am more conscious today than ever.
TAOCP - esp. the latest fascicles about book 4, crazy combinatorial problems, esp. exciting solving unsolvable problems.
Anti Patterns - never gets old
Leadership and Self Deception
And, I love audiobooks for its own pace.