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    Hey guys has anyone read any books recently which they would recommend I read as my aim this summer was to read books.
    I'm particularly interested in thriller novels
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    I'm not a big crime reader but I'd recommend Jo Nesbo if you like the dark Scandinavian stuff.
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    (Original post by fefssdf)
    Hey guys has anyone read any books recently which they would recommend I read as my aim this summer was to read books.
    I'm particularly interested in crime type novels
    Gray's anatomy. The scandal involved with the book is the price of it :/
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    (Original post by fefssdf)
    Hey guys has anyone read any books recently which they would recommend I read as my aim this summer was to read books.
    I'm particularly interested in thriller novels
    The best two novels I have read within the last week were 'Gone With the Wind' and 'Tess of the D'Urburvilles'. My favourite two crime novels would be 'Gone Girl' and 'The Girl on the Train'.
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    (Original post by Quantex)
    I'm not a big crime reader but I'd recommend Jo Nesbo if you like the dark Scandinavian stuff.
    actually now thinking about it i think i meant thriller novels but i shall look into your recommendation- seems interesting
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    (Original post by fefssdf)
    Hey guys has anyone read any books recently which they would recommend I read as my aim this summer was to read books.
    I'm particularly interested in crime type novels
    Stephen Leather

    Gerald Seymour

    Peter James ( altho' some of his books are weirdo supernatural stuff )*
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    (Original post by Platopus)
    The best two novels I have read within the last week were 'Gone With the Wind' and 'Tess of the D'Urburvilles'. My favourite two crime novels would be 'Gone Girl' and 'The Girl on the Train'.
    I'm currently reading gone girl and it is brilliant - I'm going to try girl on the train next I think... i never read books like literally never but this summer I'm becoming quite obsessed haha
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    (Original post by fefssdf)
    I'm currently reading gone girl and it is brilliant - I'm going to try girl on the train next I think... i never read books like literally never but this summer I'm becoming quite obsessed haha
    I don't know how far you've got with gone girl so I don't want to ruin it but I did NOT anticipate the plot twist! Girl on the train isn't as good and I did predict the ending quite easily but it's still worth a read.
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    Read the cherub series
    Also - All the bright places
    I would also recommened michael morpurgo books (shadow)
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    The confessions of a flesh eater
    Nothing by Jane Teller
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    Try wattpad.com or the free wattpad app. It has thousands of free books available and from every genre. The writers aren't professional or well known but it seems that way for most books.

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    (Original post by kkboyk)
    The confessions of a flesh eater
    Nothing by Jane Teller
    the first one sounds pretty gruesome hahah
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    The New Testament.... amazing twist at the end
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    Animal Farm by George Orwell. Anything by him is pretty good to be honest
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    (Original post by RosaA)
    Animal Farm by George Orwell. Anything by him is pretty good to be honest
    I studied that novella for my Eng lit exam
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    Stephen King - Pet Sematary. I'll be honest, I read this during the night and was scared to go to the toilet haha.
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    I studied that novella for my Eng lit exam
    That's so lucky! I'm having to study Jane Eyre.
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    QUOTE=fefssdf;66367216]Hey guys has anyone read any books recently which they would recommend I read as my aim this summer was to read books.
    I'm particularly interested in thriller novels[/QUOTE]
    **** francis is a very good author
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    (Original post by fefssdf)
    the first one sounds pretty gruesome hahah
    It's disturbing, but really interesting (since the story is told from the view point of a cannibal chef).
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    (Original post by s.logan9)
    Stephen King - Pet Sematary. I'll be honest, I read this during the night and was scared to go to the toilet haha.
    rem oh god ahahah - i guess i could read this during the daytime then
 
 
 
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