I'm halfway through Matthew Colborn's new book on consciousness, Pluralism and the Mind, and am hugely impressed. Matt has posted here a few times, and has an interest in Buddhism and psychic research, which has helped to form his views. He provides a good survey of existing approaches in psychology, neuroscience and the philosophy of mind, and points up the flaws in physicalist thinking.
If you're interested in consciousness, and want a readable survey of the topic, then this is the one to go for. I'll be posting a review in a week or two.