I've been meaning to update my reading list in the 2007 thread, but I'll throw them here instead.
Starting in late October of 07, I began re-reading George RR Martin's A Song of Ice and Fire Series. This is my first re-read of the series, and everything went fantastic, I typically enjoy most books better the 2nd time through due to a better understanding of the world, characters etc, and this did not disappoint.
A Game of Thrones - Fantastic, Ned's POV's are particularly revealing.
A Clash of Kings - Davos' POV's shed new light into Robert and Ned that is lacking from AGOT.
A Storm of Swords - WOW, what a great book. As in ACOK in regards to Davos, Jaime's POV's are a great twist to everything we have read so far.
I especially liked at the end of A Storm of Swords, Littlefinger remarks that Cersei is not as smart as she thinks she is, and in A Feast for Crows, her stupidity is revealed
The latest book, A Feast for Crows, read much better on the 2nd go around then it did the first, probably because I had forgotten most of what had happened in the series, who people were, etc. etc. due to the lengthy time between A Storm of Swords and A Feast for Crows.
I think George tied up Arya's story well in the book with her becoming blind because she is becoming an acolyte, as well as Jaime's story in that Cersei begs for his help while he opens up the window and it's snowing. BUT, I didn't like that Brienne's POV ended with her saying a word.
George has said that he hopes to resolve some of the loose ends of AFFC in his next book, A Dance With Dragons.
I also read The Hedge Knight, a short story by Martin, and I am going to read The Sworn Sword, also by Martin.
What I'm looking forward to in 2008:
George Martin's A Dance with Dragons - George has said he needs to get this done this year, and I think it will happen. At least, I hope it will.
Ian Esslemont's Return of the Crimson Guard - This is the 2nd book set in the Malazan Empire written by Esslemont, and I think it will take place after Steven Erikson's The Bonehunters novel.
Steven Erikson's Toll The Hounds - The 8th book (out of 10) in the Malazan Empire that will be released by Erikson I believe in August, it is already done and Erikson is supposed to be well on his way in writing the 9th book, Dust of Dreams. Toll the Hounds is supposed to be awesome according to some early reports.