While I would question the wisdom of thinking CNet is the place to come for programming advice, everyone learns best a little differently. Assuming there are still any major bookstores left in your area, go and thumb through some of the C++ books, and some of them will seem better than others to you. The style of different authors can have a huge impact on whether or not a book makes sense to you.
Personally though, I'd avoid anything with an insulting title like including Dummies, Idiots, etc, or mentioning some kind of time period like minutes, hours, days, etc. Books from O'Reilly publishing are usually held up as the gold standard for technical manuals.
You may also want to hold off for a little while, since there was just a new major revision to the C++ specification, so waiting for some C++0x books to come out might be prudent. In the mean time you could look at some other programming languages. If you're interested in C++ then either Java or C# would probably be good diversions, since probably at least 95% of those will translate directly to C++. You may also want to consider ObjC/Objective-C so you could have the option to take up writing apps for the iPad/Pod/Phone. That one is a bit different from C++, but it will probably do a better job of helping teach different aspects of OOP.
You could also try something completely different like Perl, PHP, Python, or Ruby, maybe do a little web programming. All of those have numerous online tutorials.
I wasn't too sure where to ask this, but I thought CNET to be the the most reliable source of nice info. I wanted to ask if you people may please tell me which one is the best book for C++?
I have got An OOP with C++ by Robert Lafore. I have a strong adherence for programming and I just love it. I want to hone my skills and make them as awesome as I can. My level is kind of in middle of beginner and intermediate.
So I wanted to know if there is a better book, or if you can tell me the best book for c++ that can help me learn as much as possible and i can get my levels of programming to great height!