Red rising from Pierce Brown, so good that hurts your soul.
Sanderson's Stormlight Archive books. I remember it being like 12AM while I was reading Words of Radiance, and before I knew it, it was 3AM.
The Jack Reacher books.
The Dresden Files.
Th David Slaton Assassin series.
Th Dark Tower series.
The Stand, The Shining, and It by Stephen King
A Feast for Crows by George RR Martin
Return of the King.
The last 2/3rds I devoured by candlelight during a night-long power out.
One of my best high school memories.
Te book I'm reading now which someone here recommended - Night Film by Marisha Pessl. I was just about to go start in on it again.
The Green Mile kept me turning pages. For such a long story, it only takes a few sit downs to finish. I've read most of King's work and it's right up there with my favorites.
Name of the Wind by Patrick Rothfuss
A Little Life by Hanya Yanagihara - I was in the last 1/3 of the book and it was already midnight ON A WEEKDAY, yet I ended up staying up for a few more hours because that goddamn book would not let me put it down. I was a wreck the next morning (both from lack of sleep and the ending itself) but it really couldn't have waited another day.
Dawn by Octavia Butler, I just had to figure out what was really going on
A year ago someone on reddit posted about it, and I don't think I'd ever been so gripped by a storyline as I was with this book. Cool concept, greatest female protagonist story EVER, and best of all, it's free. Read the whole thing online at: https://parahumans.wordpress.com/
Way of the king.
Name of the wind and wise man's fear.
Most of **Terry Pratchett**'s later works have been addictively good, particularly everything from *The Truth* to *Going Postal*, but one of them actually did literally keep me up until 4AM to finish it in a single sitting as it was so good (despite having to be at work by 9AM and still needing to fit in some sleep). Can't remember 100% which one as I've now reread them all multiple times, but it was most likely to be my absolute favourite - *Night Watch*.
For me it was the last 1000 pages for The Count of Montecristo.
The name of the wind and the wise man's fear by Patrick Rothfuss. I devoured each of those books in a single day.
I read City of Thieves by David Benioff in one sitting. I also later found out that Benioff is one of the creators of GoT (TV).
I think IT was trash, so maybe you shouldn't listen to me. I find Stephen King to be hit or miss; his good ones are among my favorites, his bad ones are the worst.
Malazan Book of the Fallen series by Steven Erickson.
Red Rising, absolutely incredible series. Can't wait for Iron Gold this week.
Neil Gaiman's The Graveyard Book. I kept wanting to see where Bod would go next.
Snowcrash by Neal Stephenson. There were several others where I have been reading and wanting to read more but Snowcrash made me stay up through the night reading hundreds of pages to finish it.
I read the Alex Ride series and I hate myself because I feel like I have to finish the stories in one go or it isn't satisfying
The Secret History too, actually. The Goldfinch kept me up as well, but not as much as that one.
The chapters are like 2 pages on average, highly addicting.
I once started Connie Willis’s *Blackout* in the afternoon. I felt this way. It ended on a cliffhanger. It was around 10pm, and I figured, “Hey, I’ll just START *All Clear*.” I stayed up all night finishing.
How's Moving Castle by Diane Wynn Jones and Stardust by Neil Gaiman
* Hover Car Racer by Matthew Reilly
* The Butterfly Garden by Dot Hutchinson
* The Martian by Andy Weir
* The Name of the Wind by Patrick Rothfus
* The Land series by Aleron Kong
Right now The Way of Kings from Brandon Sanderson has kept me reading for hours on end.