Is there anybody other than me who prefers reading nonfiction? I like fiction, but usually I only read classics or science fiction (and BIONICLE, of course). When I walk through most fiction sections at bookstores, they're filled with books with plots I know I'd hate just from the book jacket preview. I'm sure there are some diamonds in the rough, but when I can read books discussing the history of the Civil War or the New York Times since Arthur Sulzburger, Jr. took over, I generally find myself ignoring the fiction books.
I think the last fiction book I read was that last Legacy of the Force book. I found it boring. I haven't even checked to see if a new Star Wars book series has started since then.
As a side note, my favorite fiction books are all classics. #1 for me is A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court. I wish somebody would make a movie of it that would follow the book. The Bing Crosby version doesn't cut it.