Finally finished 'One Day' by David Nicholls on the weekend. I have to say, it was wildly manipulative in the end- I don't regret reading it, but I very much resented the author arbitrarily pulling the strings to get a sentimental reaction out of me.
As soon as I put it down I quickly moved on to 'Prospero Burns' by Dan Abnett, the fifteenth (!) book in the Horus Heresy series. As this is the 'flip side' of the previously excellent 'A Thousand Sons', I am very keen to get my teeth into it.
On my eReader I have been churning through 'A Singular Destiny' by KRAD- while I am enjoying it (especially Sonek Pran- what a character!), it certainly doesn't have it's hooks into me the way other TrekLit books have done, seems a bit meandering and aimless at the moment, and I'm only 50 pages from the end so it doesn't have much time left to focus.