1. Fear - Bob Woodward (did not actually get too far before dropping it)
2. Radical Candor - Kim Malone Scott (interesting)
3. Black & Decker Complete Guide to Wiring (VERY helpful during my home renovation, did most of my electrical)
4. Pitch Perfect - Bill McGowan (helpful for communication)
5. Quantum Thief/Fractal Price/Causal Angel [Jean le Flambeur series] - Hannu Rajaniemi (I enjoyed the first book in this trilogy the best, the third was too difficult for me to understand! Very hard Sci-fi)
6. Lord of the Rings - JRR Tolkien (enjoyed the audio production from BBC radio)
7. The Paper Menagerie and Other Stories - Ken Liu (enjoyed several of the short stories very much)
8. Revelation Space/Chasm City/Redemption Ark/Absolution Gap - Alastair Reynolds (love the series but it is long!)
9. Executive Orders - Tom Clancy (not my favorite Clancy book but still fun)
10. Rainbow Six - Tom Clancy (also not my favorite Clancy book, a little more fun than Executive Orders though)
While waiting for the next Game of Thrones book I picked up a few new series that I really enjoyed! I hope to get a few new suggestions out of this list.
The Expanse - James Corey
Revelation Space - Alastair Reynolds
Broken Earth - NK Jemisin
Three Body Problem - Liu Cixin (translated: Ken Liu)
This isn't entirely wrong, but it's written by Liu Cixin in Chinese originally. Ken Liu is the translator. I haven't read it yet, but I'm looking foward to it. Stories in "Paper Menagerie" convinced me that he could skillfully deliver different kinds of stories in different voices - and good translators need that.