Not great literature by any shake, but loads of fun and so much dark humor. There were some really good concepts in the book that were part of an extremely darkened society, but the book was written so lightly that the reader forgets that it's a dystopia. It was humorous enough to make me laugh out loud while reading, and that's unusual. I loved Jennifer to pieces.
Recently finished 'Armageddon in Retrospect' by Vonnegut. Great read!
Also 'Smashed' by Koren Zailckas and 'Dry' by Augusten Burroughs, both about recovery.
Currently reading 'Breaking the Spell' by Dennett. May have to reread this one, I've been reading it during breaks at work and keep losing my grip on the material. It has some excellent insights on our capacity for believing in weird things.
I just finished (about an hour ago in fact) a book titled "Big Bang: The Origin of the Universe" by Simon Singh (which i have to admit was fairly decent), and have just started "In Search of Memory" by Eric Kandel. Aside from that I am in the middle of Terry Goodkinds "Wizard's First Rule", and I am close to finishing up "Consciousness Explained" by Daniel Dennet.