Hard Times by Studs Terkel. This is an account of the Great Depression, as told by first-handers, relatives of first-handers and so on. I have to read it for an essay I have to write about the Great Depression, but I'm finding it increasingly interested as I continue.
Just started reading 1984, by George Orwell. I have this massive bucket list of must-read books, and this was next. It's really interesting so far, if not a little weird and hard to understand. But I like it, a lot.
Reading the Wind-up bird chronicle by "something" Marakumi, i think that's his last name XD It's really graphic, I don't think i should be reading it but I've got a morbid streak and it kind of has me hooked by now. Great book, but not for the faint of heart.
Go Ask Alice. It's an extremely strange book, and it's kind of sick to read. Drugs, sex, and running away; I have no idea why my parents bought it for me. I think they're trying to "teach me a lesson". The only thing they're doing is creeping me out.