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Discussion in 'Book Search & Suggestions' started by LorenaB, Feb 26, 2016.

  1. LorenaB

    LorenaB New Member

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    Hey!
    I need suggestions and recommendations.
    I´m from Spain and my level of English is intermediate-upper and I would like to enjoy reading English books. I don´t know exactly the genre I would like to read but I´m looking for a book with dialogue, because I think will be fluent for me to read it.
    But all suggestions and recommendations are really welcome!

    Thanks for your help :)
     
  2. regdog

    regdog Moderator Staff Member

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    Oulander series by Diana Gabladon is a great read
     
  3. LorenaB

    LorenaB New Member

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    Thanks a million Regdog :)
     
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    regdog Moderator Staff Member

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    You're welcome
     
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    Vivek sharma New Member

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    Hey,
    If you like short love stories, this book by an Indian author is really amazing.
    ' A sexy smile' by Jaydeep Jesur. You can get its ebook version from Kindle.
     
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    Try Collective Mind by Klyukin, it's written in a simple word style.
     
  7. LaLoca

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    Hola Lorena,
    I read a gripping book recently called Bloody Jude - more of a novella. Written like a journal, but has dialogue too and is set partly in Spain - you may like that. Genre was kind of domestic noir but has hints of 50 Shades of Grey too! Bit of a psychological thriller with twists and turns and a really unlikeable protagonist !!!!
    I really liked it! Not a piece of literature but a good short read. I read it in a day!!! Coincidentally on holiday sitting st the pool.
    I got it on ebook format from a friend but it's now out on Amazon for Kindle. The author is Blanca Leigh.
    Enjoy!!!!
     
  8. LorenaB

    LorenaB New Member

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    Thanks a million guys for the suggestions!
     
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    Chasing the Falconers by Gordon Korman - Meg and Aiden's parents are convicted terrorists and the Falconer kids are now pariahs, abandoned by the US government on a prison farm. But Aiden and Meg are determined to prove their parents' innocence - even if this means going on the run.

    Cirque du freak by Darren shan - The story begins with Darren Shan and his best friend Steve "Leopard" Leonard, who visit an illegal freak show, where an encounter with a vampire and a deadly spider forces them to make life-changing choices.

    The Demonata by darren shan - (This book has alot of gory scenes and is mostly about demons but it is a great series) "The Demonata" is a ten-book series which takes readers into new realms and universes, all of them populated or threatened by demons. Fast-paced and bloody, horrific and fantastic, frightening and exciting

    Well these three are my favorite book series and if you like the first book Chasing the falconers, i you can try reading the sequel Kidnapped by the same auther that one is just as good as the prequel.
     
  10. Matt Sayle

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    I would start off with Young Adult books like Paper Towns, Holes, The Outsiders, etc.

    Just search 'Young Adult Books' in Google and you should find quite a few to choose from.
     

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