OK, I finished Lewisohn's new Beatles biography, Tune In. I've talked about it in a couple of other threads, and it is excellent. There is an expanded version available in the UK - 1700 pages (!), but I stuck to the U.S. version, 803 pages (and another 150 of notes, index etc.) If you have interest in the Beatles or pop music, this is a great read. Shame that it'll be another 6+ years until we get volume two. This book goes up until the end of 1962, right before they explode in the U.K.
Next, I read Andy Weir's The Martian in one day. Great book about a stranded astronaut on Mars. Technical, but not ridiculously difficult to read. Definitely worth checking out.
I'm currently 100 pages into Philip K. Dick's The Man in the High Castle, an alternative history that has the Axis powers winning World War II. Very interesting so far, and I've heard SyFy network is making a miniseries out of it soon.
Next week, Alan Furst's new novel drops - Midnight in Europe. Like with all of his recent novels, they are set in the years prior to or during World War II. Spy stories in Prague, or Greece, and Paris...but never the main or big "battles" of the war.
So much to read. So little time.