I dont remember the last time i actually physically held a book in my hands and read it, but the last book I read all the way thru on my phone/tablet was Sergeant Rex. The true story of a Marine dog handler who was one of the first dog teams on the front lines in the middle east after 9/11. Which was actually the first time dogs have been on the front lines since vietnam. Pretty good book w/ a lotta crazy stories of his experiences over there.
After that I started reading Craig Fergusons book American On Purpose. Havent finished that yet tho. Really need to get back to it and finish it. I do also have a physical copy of Ready Player One, which ive been wanting to read for awhile now, but I don't know when I'll try and tackle that.
Currently reading Carl Hiaasen, "Bad Monkey". Most of his books are set in the southern Florida area, and are witty, comic crime novels. He's got a unique and somewhat twisted brand of humor, and the characters in his books are entertaining screwballs.
The latest in a 15 book series about a modern day wizard detective living and working in Chicago. Very good series to read if you have got the time and like detective/fantasy stuff. Or if you don't want to read, I recommend the audiobooks. They're read by James Marsters (aka Spike from Buffy the Vampire Slayer).