I'm reading "The Garden of Evening Mists", a Malaysian novel set in the Cameron Highlands, which is where my dad went to school, and it's about the experiences of a young Chinese-Malay woman during and after WWII, so very relevant to my family. It's a strange feeling reading it!
I had intended to read "The Luminaries" but it was so big it put me off! I like to start a book feeling I have a good chance of getting to the end before I've forgotten the beginning...
I've just started an ARC copy of an exciting young adult book called Breeder by K. B. Hoyle (review coming in December). I'm also most of the way through Shadows and Dreams by Alexis Hall, a supernatural lesbian detective story, which is a lot of fun.
I'm reading some more Odd Thomas books with the intention of sharing reviews of them all. I'm also re-reading the entire Outlander series because I started watching the TV series. Perhaps I'll do book reviews of them as well!