The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy, Adam Douglas
This book (and the rest of the series, although this is his favorite of the series) makes my brother laugh out loud! He always talks about it and quotes it, and he made me read it a few years ago, but it just wasn't my sense of humor. He loves it though- it's one of his all-time favorite books.
This is one of the books I read, and then put on his shelf because I knew he would love it. Smith does a really great job at capturing the inside of a teenage boy's mind. He really enjoyed this one, and is looking forward to the sequel Stand Off.
He read this one after Winger and enjoyed it even more so possibly. I also enjoyed this one, even though it was on of the weirdest things I have ever read. I'm not sure what would interest teenage boys more than a horde of man eating praying mantis that are only interested in breeding and eating.Watchmen, Alan Moore
Graphic novels have been his most recent form of reading, and this one is the latest he has read and loved. I know he loved it because he wants me to read it, but he can't stop talking about it and giving away plot points while he is waiting for me to read it.
And some books on his TBR:V for Vendetta, Alan Moore