Random sampling of books I have adored: anything by Bujold, ditto Pratchett, ditto Le Guin, Jennifer Cruisie's romances, Austen of course, The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Nighttime (Haddon), most of the Louise Penny mysteries (3 & 4 were kind of weak but 1 was v. good and 6 was one of the best mysteries I've read EVER), and speaking of mysteries all of Dorothy Sayers, G.K. Chesterton's not too shabby either, The Bone People (Hulme), Set This House in Order (Ruff), LotR & Hobbit, and let's not forget YA -- L'Engle, Lloyd Alexander, Susan Cooper.
That's enough to go on for now, eh? Help.
11:40 update: I just finished (moments ago), re-reading Laura Ingalls Wilder's _Little House in the Big Woods_. A perfect book to revisit as we head into winter. Particularly of interest to anyone who likes cooking, gardening, building things, etc. My god, how those people WORKED. Humbling.