Way too many to list. I love the " Pendergast" series by Preston and Child and everything of Clive Cussler's, Clive Barker's, and Vince Flynn. Throw in some Stephen King and Dean Koontz and that's just a start! I love to read!
I've gotta stick with the Black Dagger Brotherhood by J.R. Ward, The Guild Hunter series by Nalini Singh, The Mistress of Dimmiga Berg by none other than David Evans....just a few!
Anything Stephen King....(:
1984 and Animal Farm by George Orwell.
The Idiot and Crime and Punishment by Fyodor Dostoyevsky who was an orthodox Russian who wrote some of the first socialist literature in Russia. Eventually Fyodor was exiled to a gulag. He certainly let's say had a style to his writing, having the ability to wright about characters who were a pallet of emotive, often mistreated individuals, be it political anarchists, alienated individuals who long for any form of human contact, and mean spirited aristrocrats who often subject anyone around them to belittle for their own amusement people who strive to achieve a high place on the social hierarchy of the time.
Fyodor in no way romanticised any of these notions and wrote in a gritty realistic manner. Fyodor who wrote books that have inspired fierce debates that still coinsist to this day. These books that were made during a time of where impeachment of the heavy censorship laws was treated as a serious offence ( this was the cause of said exile) was a true testament to his writing power. Also war and peace was a great read from Tolstoy