A Good Read

Norway
June 16, 2009 11:21am CST
I have problems reading books, as compared to the all the different media there is available nowadays a book is damn boring. But reading is necessary all the time, to learn language and grammar and for school. There's only 3 books I've completed in all my life, "The Universe in a Nutshell", "A Brief History of Time" and "Rain Man". I'm very interested learning, physics, chemistry, astrology etc, but I find the majority of such books very hard to read. So I ask you, what book is a good read? Any recommendations?
2 responses
@Boofybutt (316)
• United States
16 Jun 09
If you like fiction some of my favorite authors are John Grisham, Jonathan Kellerman, and James Patterson. They write mysteries, and are usually very good, quick reads. I'm not sure about books about physics, chemistry, or astrology, sorry that I couldn't be helpful on those subjects. I find most books that are non-fiction and educational hard to read also. But sometimes they are necessary.
• United States
16 Jun 09
Welcome to MyLot!
@meapas (2435)
• India
17 Jun 09
Reading books, newspapers, magazines etc are all good to improve ones knowledge about various subjects. This will improve your language also, but to get into this habit start reading story books of your interest, like romantic novels, detective novels etc. meapas.