I'm in the middle of Hogfather, by Terry Pratchett. I like to read this book every year at Hogswatch. The Hogfather has gone missing and Death is filling in while Susan, Death's granddaughter, tries to figure out what, exactly, is going on. Excellent book.
Some quotes from Hogfather for your reading enjoyment:
"Getting an education was a bit like a communicable sexual disease. It made you unsuitable for a lot of jobs and then you had the urge to pass it on."
"Everything starts somewhere, though many physicists disagree. But people have always been dimly aware of the problem with the start of things. They wonder how the snowplough driver gets to work, or how the makers of dictionaries look up the spelling of words."
"Real children don't go hoppity-skip unless they are on drugs."
"She'd become a governess. It was one of the few jobs a known lady could do. And she'd taken to it well. She'd sworn that if she did indeed ever find herself dancing on rooftops with chimney sweeps she'd beat herself to death with her own umbrella."
"The truth may be out there, but lies are inside your head."
"+++ Divide By Cucumber Error. Please Reinstall Universe And Reboot +++"
"Millennium hand and shrimp."
Happy Hogswatch, everyone! I hope the Hogfather was good to you.