This is something I've noticed. I'm ISTJ, and I LOVE to read. I read over 100 books a year and have an MA in lit.
My ENTJ husband has probably not read a whole book since we got married nine years ago. Well, maybe one or two-- that's no exaggeration. He has a Phd and reads tons of articles from scientific journals and on the 'net (news, tech. lists, online journals, etc). He read some textbooks in his three years as a prof. (before getting out of that due to the hierarchy and "we hate change/improving things" mindset at the college he taught at).
He reads collections of poetry most often if anything and/or individual poems (and he is good at literary analysis, of course, as a big picture person). His sister told me he has never really been a novel/book reader-- even before I met him.
So, I'm thinking it's perhaps a personality thing? His reading is usually for a purpose: ie, he is trying to gain more knowledge about how to conquer his current work issue/problem/experiment. :ugeek: Any other ENTJs not really enjoy to read whole novels or books?