I've been thinking about it for a while, and I think I should be posting book reviews of the books I read. This is mostly a selfish prospect because I am starting to loose track of what books I've read and when I read them. So this begins the process.
Clean Code (978-0132350884)
What a great book. I've read a few refactoring/design patterns books that attempt to explain the "right way" to design code, but this book assumes you know how to refactor and really explains why. In fact, it does it in about 1/10 as many words as any other book on design patterns which made the information EASIER to comprehend.