I just finished reading Is it Nothing to You? The Unchanging Significance of the Cross by Frederick Leahy.
Basically, Leahy just stops for a while and ponders the significance of Jesus' death from some unique angles. He ponders the sign nailed above Jesus' head. He listens as Jesus speaks. He meditates on the clothes that the soldiers cast lots to obtain. He ponders the earthquake and open graves.
I've read all Leahy's writings now and would highly recommend them.