Could you list a few good books to study geometry that includes parabolas, ellipses, circles, hyperbolae (basically conic sections), as well as three dimensional geometry which could possibly lend some intuitive thinking about some abstract concepts while remaining linguistically simple as can? I know I could always pull out some results from Google but it doesn't hurt to get the latest opinion about the affair. I want to be thorough with the subject matter, from basics to general equations to questions and maybe every now and then, a few mind boggling observations that are hardly seen in school textbook, if you know what I mean. I am familiar with trigonometry, a bit of basic calculus, binomials and stuff. Cheers!