Reading Demons, by Fyodor Dostoyevsky. He doesn't always read such acclaimed literature, just every fifth book or so.

Some authors he's read recently are Clive Cusler, Michael Chriton, and F. Paul Wilson, whose Repairman Jack mysteries he read all summer long.

His favorite book is Brothers Karamazov. He's read it three times already and each time he reads it he gets something new out of it. The book spans three generations and, depending on the point he is in his life, he can understand different characters better--the father, the siblings, the children. He believes you have to live something before you can really read it and, with this in mind, hopes that in the fourth read he'll be understanding the grandfather!