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    Due to having lots of spare time, I was wondering what's a good book to read? what's everyone reading, or read suggestions would be appreciated!
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    The bible
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    'The Secret History' by Donna Tartt is a great novel. For something a bit different try 'Good Omens' by Terry Pratchett and Neil Gaiman or, if you're feeling literary, you could have a go at Salman Rushdie's 'Midnight's Children'.
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    The Cuckoo's Calling

    The Silkworm

    Both are apart of JK Rowlings new series (under the pseudonym Robert Gailbrath) and they are the best books ive read.
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    Harlan Coben's books-all of them, especially SIX YEARS, PLAY DEAD and LONG LOST
    S.J.Bolton's books
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    The Wasp Factory, Iain Banks.
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    If ya like dirty books: Sylvia Day's crossfire books - LOVE them
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    I'll always recommend The Harry Potter series.. I love them!

    If you're into Psychology, 'Paranormality' by Richard Wiseman, it's the truth behind practices such as fortune telling and telepathy, but I'd only recommend it if you're really into that.

    I've been meaning to read 'The Book Theif' for a while!
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    The Wasp Factory, Iain Banks.
    I have just finished reading that!
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    Brideshead Revisited.
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    Supercontinent - Ted Nield (perhaps an acquired taste if you're not into science)
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    Vampire diaries
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    I've just finished 'Wuthering Heights' by Emily Bronte and enjoyed it a lot more than I ever thought I would. Also 'Paper Towns' by John Green is excellent (I find all of John Green's book very good). The 'Starcrossed' trilogy by Josephine Angelini were well written. Finally the 'Divergent' trilogy by Veronica Roth was fantastic!


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    Brave new world. I'm reading it at the moment and it's excellent


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    The Da Vinci Code and Timeline by Michael Crichton, if you want a mixture of history and Science.


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    (Original post by chelseajanett)
    I've been meaning to read 'The Book Theif' for a while!

    You really should get around to it, it's excellent.
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    You really should get around to it, it's excellent.
    I definitely will!
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    Tender Is the Night by F.Scott Fitzgerald. Such a good book, way better than The Great Gatsby!
 
 
 
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