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I've ran out of books to read so sad, and I've got to wait 2 months for the next book in a series to come out. So what would you recommend me to read while i'm waiting?
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Honestly, it depends which genres you're into. Here are some of my favourites.

Nineteen Eighty Four and Animal Farm
Farenheit 451
Anything by Stephen King (IT, The Shining, 11/22/63, Misery)
Nothing to Envy (a little sad, a book about North Korea)
The Lord of the Rings
Battle Royale (seriously underrated book, quite violent though!)
Catch 22 (brilliant book)
Any Agatha Christie novels

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I like young adult books! My favourite book is Ketchup Clouds by Annabel pitcher. I also like The Fifth Wave


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I like young adult books! My favourite book is Ketchup Clouds by Annabel pitcher. I also like The Fifth Wave

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I was thinking about reading the fifth wave, wasn't sure if it was any good, thanks
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(Original post by EdwardElric)
Honestly, it depends which genres you're into. Here are some of my favourites.

Nineteen Eighty Four and Animal Farm
Farenheit 451
Anything by Stephen King (IT, The Shining, 11/22/63, Misery)
Nothing to Envy (a little sad, a book about North Korea)
The Lord of the Rings
Battle Royale (seriously underrated book, quite violent though!)
Catch 22 (brilliant book)
Any Agatha Christie novels

Hope that helps
Thanks
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Of Mice and Men
Six easy pieces by Richard Feynman
Six not so easy pieces by Richard Feynman
The Strangest man - Paul Dirac by Graham Farmelo
Quarks, Leptons & the Big Bang by Jonathan Allday
In Search of Schrodinger's cat
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Read my book :-p (see sig)

Failing that, read Tom Holt - The Portable Door
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