Andy101, how was the hacking book so far? Looks like some cool book! :)
And that's true vectro, 'honest reads' are usually the best ones. Although I'm thinking that one man might possible get rich from selling just two of his properties he creates within a few year if he can get it running well. I remember creating an adult site (but had to sold it from my parents since I was just 16..dang), but having invested just $40 and sold it at a price of $2500 along with some tips what I would still improve. After I sold the site, they used my tips and I think the site is currently worth about $50K at least :( But of course, having things on the long-run is better if you want to be safe :)
I finished reading "Kingpin: How One Hacker Took Over The Billion-Dollar Cybercrime Underground". It was an addictive read, I finished it quickly since I am a programmer and was looking for an exciting book to read related to my interests. One of the best parts for us guys is how the hacker forcibly took over competing forums in his niche.
I am like vectro, I don't tend to read books, but since buying a Kindle, I use it when I have spare time when travelling or waiting around.
A paper book that looks very interesting that is on my shelf is "Big Short" by Michael Lewis, but I haven't got around to reading it yet :)