Me Before You by Jojo Moyes. I'm sure you've all heard of this book as they've just turned it into a film (which I loved as well). It's about a woman named Louisa who takes a job looking after a man named Will, who is disabled in a wheelchair and has lost the will to live. Without giving too much away if you don't know the story, Will makes a big decision that Louisa tries to change his mind about and a little love story develops. It's also quite the tearjerker so be prepared for that!
After You by Jojo Moyes. This is the follow up to Me Before You, which I absolutely loved as well. It's about Louisa's life after Will and her struggle to find herself in London. The major plot of the story is Will's daughter that no one knew about (including Will) showing up on Louisa's doorstep and how she deals with that. I loved reading more about Louisa because she's such a likable character and I'm not sure if there are any plans for a third book but I would love that.
A Game of Thrones by George R.R. Martin. Game of Thrones is probably my favorite show ever so it was about time I started reading the books. They're a bit different than the show, as is usually the case, and they give you more insight into the characters by splitting the book up into chapters that follow one character at a time, so you see things from each of their points of view. For me at least, it takes a bit more effort to read because of the language and the way it's written, but it's enjoyable nonetheless and I've already started reading the second one.
Harry Potter and the Cursed Child. Again, a book that doesn't really need any explanation. I saw a lot of mixed reviews on this amongst friends and the Internet, and I have to say I was a bit on the fence about it. I loved getting back into the world of Harry Potter and bringing the characters back to life as Harry Potter is my favorite thing ever, but the story was all a bit weird to me. Of course since it wasn't written by J.K. Rowling herself it's bound to be different, but the way the characters spoke and the strange Cedric storyline just didn't feel right to me. I think I would enjoy it more if I saw the actual play.
Let me know if you've read any of these and what you thought! I'm always open to recommendations as well.