You would probably enjoy Fifth Business by Robertson Davies. I always recommend it even though no one ever checks it out. Maybe you will, though!
I have read that and am now reading Leaven of Malice. I have to admit I find his writing a bit dull. Somewhat didactic. I guess I'd need a good teacher to analyze his work for me and explain the depth I have missed.
-C.S. Lewis': Surprised by Joy
The Four Loves
-Foxes' Book of Martyrs (John Foxe)
-Jeanne d'Arc par elle-même et ses témoins (Joan of Arc by herself and her witnesses) (Régine Pernoud)
-Jane Eyre (Charlotte Brontë)
-Moby Dick (Hermann Melville)
-The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn (Mark Twain)
-Visions beyond the Veil (H. A. Baker)
-Du côté de chez Swann (Marcel Proust)
-Atonement (Ian McEwan)
-The Member of the Wedding (Carson McCullers)
-Mister God, this is Anna (Fynn)
-The Moorchild (Eloise McGraw)
Local authors (Canadian):
-La Sagouine (Antonine Maillet)
-Emily of New Moon (Lucy Maud Montgomery)
If you like McCaffrey and MZB, I bet you'd like Mercedes Lackey, who has a similar writing style and subject. She's probably my favourite author, for "fluff" reading (which is most of what I read ). If you haven't read her before, I'd probably start with mostly any book in the heralds of valdemar series - Foundation is a recently published one that I liked. A few of her many, many series aren't that great though (imo) but the rest are wonderful.
Ender's game is possibly my favourite book ever, and I have many many favourites.
Most of the rest I would have suggested you already have on your list so...
Political Ponerology- Andrew M. Lobacezewski
The Plight of The Individual in Modern Society- Carls Jung
The Disowned Self- Nathaniel Brandon
Deep Nutrition: Why your genes Need Traditional Food- Catherine Shanahan
Dabrowskis Theory of Positive Disintegration- Sal Mendaglio
Siddhartha- Herman Hesse
"The unconscious mind should be called the super-conconsious mind."