Read anything Richard Bach wrote before he tipped over the edge. His Airplane books: Biplane, Stranger to the Ground (fantastic), Nothing By Chance (my all time favorite Bach book), and Illusions (a little over the edge, but a really fun read).
Sled Driver by Brian Shul (SR-71-need I say more? This isn't a specification book or how it was built, its a story by a guy who flew them operationally, and loved it).
My Secret War, by Richard Drury (Spads out of NKP, on Sandy missions).
By Gann: Band of Brothers, High and Mighty, Gentlemen of Adventure, Blaze of Noon, Island in the Sky (nobody, but nobody, has captured the soul of aviation like Gann did. Gentlmen is sort of his autobiography, and it's fantastic) .
Going Downtown, Jack Broughton (F-105s to Hanoi, and politics of the VN air war) .
Wilbur and Orville, Fred Howard (the definitive book on the brothers who started this whole deal) .
Noel Wien, Alaska Pioneer Bush Pilot, Ira Harkey (if you want to read about the REAL Alaskan aviators, this is the real deal).
Ordinary Wolves, Seth Kantner (not a flying book but a good read on rural Alaska).
Get done with those, and I'll give you another list