There is considerable debate, still, about how to capitalize words associated with the Internet. Most dictionaries are capitalizing I nternet, W eb, and associated words such as W orld W ide W eb (usually shortened to W eb), W eb p age, W eb s ite, etc., but the publications of some corporations, such as Microsoft, seem to be leaning away from such capitalization. The Yale Style Manual recommends capitalization. The words e -mail and o nline are not capitalized. The Guide to Grammar and Writing is a monument to inconsistency on this issue.
Obviously there are contexts in which you really have to read your assigned books; if you skate through your college assignments like I did, you’ll regret it. But if someone demands you read a book simply for their personal pleasure, they’re bullying you, and by even pretending to read it you are already a Christ-like humanitarian. There is no single book you have to read cover-to-cover in order to be a good person, and there are plenty that will make you a worse one. Save your time for the books you do want to read. Or at least for some good TV.