Me and the girlfriend are currently eating into Stephen King's Dark Tower series. Absolutely fantastic books in my opinion.
Happy Ever After:
A nasty horror story about a man who has kidnapped a woman - bricking them both into a house. He hopes that, if he keeps her there long enough, she will fall in love with him. The story is told through both their eyes and is freaky as hell; like being in the noggin of a serial killer!
That's your own book isn't it?
At the moment I'm reading Metro 2033 by Dmitry Glukhovsky and after that I'll read the Good man Jesus and the Scoundrel Christ by Philip Pullman, after that Our Tragic Universe by Scarlett Thomas and then after that I think I'll return to the Hitchhickers Guide to the Universe yet again
The Running Man by Stephen King - pretty good so far, but I can't seem to get Arnold Schwarzenegger's face out my mind as the main protagonist!