What are you reading this week?

United States
March 29, 2010 9:00am CST
This week I am getting ready for a final in Criminal Justice, Courts and Psychology, that I have to take in 2 weeks so I am spending all my time reading these books. I find them as interesting as any book that has been written. What about you, are you finding your text books to be as interesting a read as your other books, and what are you reading this week?
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• United States
29 Mar 10
I'm trying to read a book by Francine Rivers. It's a called, "Lineage of Grace" and it's about the five women in the geneology of Christ. She writes very good (Christian) historical fiction!
• United States
31 Mar 10
Sounds Good.
@McG1985 (75)
• United States
1 Apr 10
Right now I'm in a phase of reading true crime books. I especially like Ann Rule. I find myself reading a book straight through, unable to put it down until I've reached the end.
• United States
2 Apr 10
Yeah I have to sometimes lay off the crime books because I wont do any other work. So I have to watch out for that.
• United States
30 Mar 10
Nope. My textbooks are certainly not as interesting as the books I read for fun. I get tired of nonfiction text pretty quick, no matter what kind of format it is in. I prefer reading action-packed high fantasy. I just finished the last book in the Percy Jackson series, "The Last Olympian" and I loved it. I don't know what I'm going to read next but I have a nice big stack of books to choose from.
• United States
31 Mar 10
You know when I was younger I felt exactly the same way but that is simply not the case nowadays, I love text books and learning new stuff, maybe it is because the subject matter is so new to me since I am trying a new career.
• India
31 Mar 10
I am planning to Pirates Latitude by Michel Chricton. This is a book related to one adventurous journey. Hope this will be turn out to be good reading for long weekend. Yeah I used find Automobile Engineering and Internal Combustion Books as interesting as any other books. But frankly speaking, I dint find any other text book as interesting fictions.