I myself have preferences. The last book I read in completion on my own will was back when I was 12 (so, almost 7 years ago). That said, I did thoroughly enjoy some required reading, such as Fahrenheit 451, The Great Gatsby, and anything by Shakespeare (mostly because of his way with words--I'm something of a language nut). Today, I'm reading through the Hobbit because I'm finding myself greatly invested in Tolkien's lore.
Overall, though? I hate reading books as well.
I still love reading, though, as evidenced by the fact that part of my morning routine is reading the most recent offerings of Cracked.com. Also, I love reading about tropes. Do you love reading about tropes? If not, then I'm sorry to sound like the person you vilify in your post, but you aren't human.
Meh, nothing wrong with you if you don't like reading. It's not something you can be criticized for. I know plenty of people who also hate reading, not just novels, but reading in general. I personally love reading, I've read books for eight hours straight more then once. Different for everyone.
I really used to love reading as a kid, but now I've gotten older, I find I just don't read literature anymore. I read the news and everything, but I find it hard to be motivated to trawl through good looking books and sitting down and reading them.