Some of my most enjoyable and valuable reading memories:

Sword and Serpent Trilogy, by Taylor Marshall

The Five Love Languages, by Gary Chapman

Mr.Blue, a short, insightful work of fiction by Myles Connolly

Voices of the Saints, by Bert Ghezzi

The Reed of God, short and profound meditation by Caryll Houselander

Mere Christianity, The Screwtape Letters, or The Great Divorce, by C.S.Lewis

Rome Sweet Home, conversion story by Scott & Kimberly Hahn

Catholicism and Fundamentalism, apologetics piece by Karl Keating

Theology for Beginners, short, masterful & clear theology by Frank Sheed

Four Witnesses:The Early Church in Her Own Words by Rod Bennett

The Contested Public Square:The Crisis of Christianity and Politics by Greg Forster

Render Unto Caesar by Charles J Chaput, Archbishop of Denver Colorado

Good News About Sex and Marriage, excellent Q&A book by Christopher West

A Landscape With Dragons:The Battle for Your Child’s Mind by MichaelO’Brien

Common Sense 101:Lessons From G.K.Chesterton, difficult but worth it by Dale Ahlquist

Life of Christ, by far my favorite book reflecting on Our Lord by Bishop Fulton Sheen

The Salvation Controversy, apologetics piece by James Akin

Roots of the Reformation, short, honest & sound history by Karl Adam

Between Allah and Jesus, by Peter Kreeft

Witness to Hope: Biography of Pope John Paul II, long but amazing & inspiring by George Weigel