Just finished Siddhartha by Herman Hesse. Interesting book, not my kind of ideology or way of looking at things, but certainly very stimulating, very imaginative.
For such a short book, that one really had the most impact on my life of any book I've ever read. I've read a lot in the spiritual/religious/realm of consciousness vein, but none have been as influential as Siddhartha.
inner paths to outerspace- strassman
I have DMT: The Spirit Molecule, and enjoyed it. How is this one?
At the moment, I'm reading Winter's Heart by Robert Jordan, book 9 of the Wheel of Time series. I read this series at least once a year.
Next up on the plate are South of no North by Charles Bukowski, a book lent to me by a friend who assures me I'll like it. We'll see. I don't remember what she said it is about. Also on the plate are a couple of electronic circuit design books, one about op-amp designs and one about filter designs. Not quite as exciting, but necessary.
I also was just thinking yesterday that it's been too long since I've read The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy series.