Recently I've read:
THE GIRL ON THE TRAIN - I thought it followed the vein of GONE GIRL too much, with multiple characters and a possible death. I wasn't a fan of the book GONE GIRL, and I felt while this was trying to be inventive, it was a little too predictable. I will probably go and see the movie, mostly because I like to torture myself and partly because I hope they do it differently but doubt they will.
THE FINAL DIAGNOSIS - This book was pretty interesting. It was all about pathology and autopsies. It detailed several autopsies and revealed the cause of death. While I enjoyed this book I thought it was a little too full of assumptions by the author about the lives of the deceased. There were details about causes of death that I had never heard of, which was interesting. I am not sure about the authors writing style.
I am currently reading RED HILL, which is a book in the beginning of the zombie apocalypse. I find it both interesting and annoying. The zombies have started and none of the main characters are surprised. None of them are surprised when their phones don't work. None of them are surprised when cars are abandoned in the middle of the street and people are running around being bitten and eaten. None of them stop to help anyone, and I mean anyone! They are only surprised when a group of people shoots other people in cold blood. This is seriously unrealistic in a survivalist type of situation. At least one of the characters should be surprised and horrified by the things taking place, but none are.
So what are you reading? Anything interesting?