Food and books. Two things that Hurley was good at finding...along with trouble. Here are the books that Hurley was seen reading or found on the island.
by Gary Troup
Hurley found and read the manuscript to this book in episode 13 of season 2. It was written by the guy who got sucked into the engine in the first episode. Fortunately, he also sent a copy to his publisher before boarding Oceanic 815.
Y: The Last Man Book One
by Brian K. Vaughan
Hurley was reading this comic book (written by one of Lost's writer/producers) before getting on Ajira Airways Flight 316.
Laughter in the Dark
by Vladimir Nabokov
Read by Hurley.
Fear and Trembling (Penguin Classics)
by Soren Kierkegaard
Hurley found this book about the relationship of ethics and theology in Montand's backpack next to his skeleton under the temple wall during episode 1 of season 6.
Notes from Underground
by Fyodor Dostoevsky
Hurley found this book (claimed to be the first existentialist novel) in Ilana's belongings on the beach after she blew up in episode 11 of the final season. This was the last book seen on LOST.