1. The Amazing Adventures of Kavalier & Clay (Michael Chabon, 2000)
2. Snow Crash (Neal Stephenson, 1992)
3. Galatia 2.2 (Richard Powers, 1995)
4. The Seventies: The Great Shift In American Culture, Society, And Politics (Bruce J. Schulman, 2002)
I haven't read Horns yet but HSB is absolutely fantastic. Terrifying and surprisingly fast paced, there's basically a new plot twist on every single page. Compare this to his King's first book, Carrie, and he's already off to a better start than his father. This is going to be a hell of an interesting career to follow.
Yeah, Carrie is by far my least favorite/worst King book I've read. I'll definitely have to check out Joe's novels soon.