I have his book How the Reformation Happened on my to read list.
I’d second the Scott Hahn recommendation based on reputation. The Lord’s Supper is all I’ve read so far, and it was good. I want to read A Father Who Keeps His Promises next.
I’d say anything by Pope Benedict XVI is worth reading, as well, including of course what he wrote when he was still Cardinal Ratzinger. He wrote an intro as a Cardinal to The Lord by Romano Guardini which rcwitness recommended above. It’s on my to read list as well.
As for Chesterton, his books on St. Francis and St. Thomas Aquinas are great. If you like mysteries, his Father Brown stories are great, too.
Two other books I’ve read that I enjoyed are Be Not Afraid by Jean Vanier and I Believe in Love by Fr. Jean C. J. D’Elbée
I am a huge Fulton Sheen fan (see signature). For an easier read, I liked Thoughts For Daily Living. If you are looking for something a bit more complex, Life of Christ is very good. He has many others, but those are two of my favorites. Life of the Beloved by Henri Nouwen is also a nice, quick read. You have a multitude of works to choose from, really. Pleasant reading!
The Mystical City of God: Life of the Virgin Mother of God, manifested to Sister Mary of Jesus of Agreda:
The dragon in agonizing efforts to escape,
said : O Woman, give me leave to hurl myself into hell,
for I cannot bear thy presence, nor will I ever venture to
come before Thee as long as Thou livest upon this world.
Thou hast conquered, O Woman, Thou hast conquered,
and I acknowledge thy power in Him who has made
Thee his Mother. Omnipotent God, chastise us Thyself,
since we cannot resist Thee
but do not send thy punishments
through a Woman of a nature so inferior to ours.
Her charity consumes us, her humility crushes us, and
She is in all things a living manifestation of thy mercy
for men. This is a torment surpassing many others.
Assist me, ye demons! But alas, what can our united
efforts avail against this Woman, since all our power
cannot ever deliver us from her presence until She her
self casts us forth? O foolish children of Adam, who
follow me, forsaking life for the sake of death, truth or
falsehood? What absurdity and insanity
is yours, (so in despair I must confess), since you have in your midst
and belonging to your own nature the incarnate Word
and this Woman ? Greater is your ingratitude than mine
and this Woman forces me to confess the truths, which
I abhor with all my heart. Cursed be my resolve to
persecute this Daughter of Adam, who so torments and
crushes me! themostholyrosary.com/mystical-city.htm