I just finished Death Star
and really, really enjoyed it.
Tomorrow I ring in Patrick Troughton Month with Doctor Who: World Game
by Terrance Dicks.
Up on deck after that is the original novelization of Star Wars
(supposedly by George Lucas, but wasn't it really ghost written by Alan Dean Foster?). Technically I've already read it, but I don't think I've ever actually read it cover to cover. When I was ten years old I used to constantly pick it up and read bits of it, either going to my favorite scenes or just randomly opening it up and reading wherever it fell. Ahh, the days before home video.