Android Rewster: As somebody who is currently on the journey as well, I'll give you a couple of tips from my experience.
A book that I have found to be very helpful is one already recommended: Father Anthony Coniaris' Introducing The Orthodox Church: Its Faith and Life. It combines easy reading with very practical teachings. While it doesn't cover any particular topic greatly in-depth, it hits on everything important to Orthodoxy.
I have Kallistos Ware's book The Orthodox Church to be enlightening about who the Orthodox are. His book The Orthodox Way was a very good read for discovering more about doctrine. It is more in depth than Fr Anthony Coniaris' book, but doesn't cover as many topics.
Like others have said here, one of the best ways to learn it is to simply attend Divine Liturgy at a parish and get to know a priest. Schedule meetings with him and ask lots of questions. That's what I've done and have found, as others have said, that when it stops being about learning about Orthodoxy and more about living Orthodoxy, you may find yourself drawn to it. I have.