I'm not a fiction reader. I read only non-fiction (when I read at all, which unfortunately is all too rare). The last fiction I read was in high school, because it was an assignment.
But I really need to get my act together and read "Atlas Shrugged." I feel like I'm the only guy left on Earth that hasn't read it yet. From what I know of Ayn Rand and her philosophy, I think I would pretty much agree with her views
No fiction? I always say, well, not always...but...
I read nonfiction to learn about the world and fiction to learn about myself. I'm talking good fiction - Dostoyevsky, Hemingway, Faulkner, etc.
One of my favorite fiction books is "The Kingdom of This World" by Alejo Carpentier - a truly great book.
Some of my favorite nonfiction:
"The Drunkards Walk", Mlodinow
"Mistakes Were Made, But Not By Me", on loan?
Too many to list...