Oh my goodness, your taste is fantastic. <3
I really enjoyed Fahrenheit 451 and To Kill a Mockingbird, though there are other classics that I like better. They're still excellent though. And Shakespeare? I don't know very many students who would say they actually enjoy his writing, but Julius Caesar was fantastic. We're reading King Lear in class now, and that's also very good, recommended if you haven't read it.
As for my favorites? (this is going to be a very difficult list to make, I read a lot and greatly enjoy almost everything.) Off the top of my head though, Hunter S. Thompson's work is grand stuff. Stephen King's Dark Tower series is probably my favorite series. House of Leaves is a very odd and complicated novel, but also definitely worth reading. It's probably the most mind-fucking book I've read. I loved Kesey's One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest. Catch-22 is funny but makes a very good point, in a way that many books don't. And Vonnegut of course, I've really liked everything of his I've read.
You can probably tell that I really like books, I'm only stopping because I don't want to completely bore you.