Here are the three books that I have read most recently with quick blurbs or recommendations.
1. The Maze Runner - James Daschner
A YA (Young Adult) book that I really enjoyed and definitely recommend. It is jarring and disorienting at times, but in a good way. It didn't always feel like the best written book (in terms of the actual language and word choice/style) but it was a fascinating story and any thoughts of over use of cliches disappeared quickly when the story started to become more clear. Fans of The Hunger Games, Ender's Game, and Fahrenheit 451 would very likely enjoy this book.
2. Neverwinter - R.A. Salvatore
Book eighteen (I believe) of the impressively consistent New York Times Bestseller Drizzt Do'Urden/dark elf, fantasy series. This particular novel is part two of a trilogy that jumps forward in the main character's timeline to a point where all of his friends and old companions are dead and he is forced to find his way in what feels like a new life to him. It's an interesting look at a character that in so many ways had come to feel a little stagnant in his personal growth and character development to me. I enjoyed the book but would only recommend it to those who are already fans of the series and character. If you have no clue who I'm talking about but are interested in a great adventure series with excellent fight scenes then I'd recommend starting with the first book published int he series: The Crystal Shard.
Other books I am currently reading and will hopefully finish in the next few months (because I've been slowly reading them for well over a year): Les Miserables and The Happy Lawyer.