Originally published in 2001, American Gods by Neil Gaiman (PDF) is an excellent urban fantasy book. Because of its brilliant blend of various features of ancient and modern mythology, the bestselling novel has generated countless positive critical responses and won numerous awards.
Most noteworthy for its radical view on youth spirit, A Clockwork Orange by Anthony Burgess is now considered a cult. It is an absolutely amazing novel of dystopian science fiction and many regards it as a classic. In a brilliant and terrifying way, the book pictures a form of extreme youth subculture and how the establishment tries to reform the youth.
Rock music lovers, keen guitar players, and passionate Black Sabbath fans must read the book Iron Man by Tony Iommy. Co-written with T.J. Lammers, it is a priceless autobiography revealing the life of one the most legendary guitar players. It sheds some light on his brilliant music, tales of drugs, Satanism, wild groupies surrounding him.
Classic journal of a classic era, I’m With the Band by Pamela Des Barres is a marvelous memoir by a former groupie. The book presents a lucid perspective on the heydays of rock and roll and how mad being a music fan can be.
First published in 2011, The Death Cure by James Dashner is the third book in the marvelous young adult series The Maze Runner. Chronologically, it is the fifth and final novel, following its prequel The Scorch Trial. With this book, Dashner delivers a solid end to the bestselling science fiction series.
The Scorch Trials by James Dashner (PDF) is the second installment in the marvelous young adult series The Maze Runner. First published in 2010, it is chronologically the fourth book in the dystopian science fiction series. Hence the events in this novel take place between what happens in The Maze Runner (link is deleted due to DMCA report) and The Death Cure.