I just finished Daniel Quinn's The Story of B. It was excellent. The ideas presented blew my mind in a historical way, and answered a couple of questions that I had about evolution, such as "If humans in various forms have been around for two to three million years, and in the modern version for two hundred thousand years, why are we only now as technologically advanced?"
It also got me to think about Eris/chaos through a lens of Animism/Natural Selection. The random interconnections of innumerable individuals producing what works over time and eliminating failures as parts of (and) the whole. Recommended reading, by Me.
Right now I'm reading Derrick Jensen and George Draffan's Welcome to the Machine. I'm only three chapters in, but it's fairly interesting so far in its discussion of surveillance and power/control.
Also on my list are Gilles Deleuze: An Introduction, some John Zerzan, more Derrick Jensen, Christopher Boehm's Hierarchy in the Forest: The Evolution of Egalitarian Behavior, and Society Against the State by Pierre Clastres.