When I say Law School books I mean books that are suppose to help you with writing/grammar/critical reading/speed reading/etc.
Heres what I have so far:
Kaplan Workbook 2003 (Ehhh . . . I wouldnt recommend it, they give you all these lessons on how to work the sections but who really remembers it? Not so big on the methods described in the book. The Logical Reasoning lessons seems very UNCLEAR. And dont even waste your time with the CD-Rom . . . if it actually works it still not a stimulation of a real LSAT exam/environment . . are you going to be on a computer when taking the LSAT? NOPE !!
Kaplan's 2 Real LSAT (I actually like the methods here, Im still working on it but they go step by step, as for the 2 Real LSAT . . . they are outdated . . . 1992 . . . but still the lessons seems pretty good.)
10 More Real LSAT's (Havent started using it yet, but a lot of people say this is the best way to go)
Law School for Dummies (Seems pretty cool, I skimmed through it, I havent really gone into it yet)
Law School Confidential (Great book, I recommend this)