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Bonjour!

I am a keen French student and really want to learn it to a fluent level in the future. I was wondering if anyone knows of any books/ audio books that would be suitable for an intimidate French student? I am at the level of French where I can read French books fairly well and can hold a good conversation with natives, but really want to immerse myself and listen to French novels and stuff (I am not at the level where I can understand proper French literature- I can only just understand the French adaptation of harry potter )

So any suggestions?

Merci à l'avance!
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By the way I have already read 'le petit prince' a great book for French beginners- intimidiates so please don't suggest that
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Hello!
I am in the same situation, I have an audiobook called 'La mécanique du cœur' which is really good.


(Original post by easyaspirsquared)
Bonjour!

I am a keen French student and really want to learn it to a fluent level in the future. I was wondering if anyone knows of any books/ audio books that would be suitable for an intimidate French student? I am at the level of French where I can read French books fairly well and can hold a good conversation with natives, but really want to immerse myself and listen to French novels and stuff (I am not at the level where I can understand proper French literature- I can only just understand the French adaptation of harry potter )

So any suggestions?

Merci à l'avance!
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(Original post by dizzythinker)
Hello!
I am in the same situation, I have an audiobook called 'La mécanique du cœur' which is really good.
Thanks a lot for your reply and I will check it out
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Hey, I read a book called "Kiffe kiffe demain" last year. It's a nice, funny story and gives a great insight into contemporary French culture. It's fairly straightforward to read, but has some slang, arabic-influenced words which can cause confusion at times


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