Top to bottom, left to right:
* Umberto Eco, The Prague Cemetary - In which Eco focuses on the origination of the Protocols. I will probably want to reread Will Eisner's The Plot at some point near this one.
* Ernest Cline, Ready Player One - Enough buzz I felt like reading this. Also, you've got to love a guy who for a book drenched in 80s pop culture buys a DeLorean for his book tour, and outfits it with a flux capacitor, an oscillation overthruster, and a K.I.T.T. light bar.
* Charles Stross, Scratch Monkey - I think this completes the set.
* Peter Krapp, Noise Channels: Glitch and Error in Digital Culture (Electronic Mediations) - Nonfiction theory in areas I have a strong interest in. Of the four, I may read this one first.