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hey
going into year 11 this september and i havent read a book for a whole year now. i would really love to- if anyone has any suggestions that would be great
particularly romance or mystery
thank you!
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Idk about romance or mystery but there's a great student book- short but informative- called "Reflections". It's by Mo Abir and really good imo on just current world affairs. It's on Amazon pretty sure .
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Idk about romance or mystery but there's a great student book- short but informative- called "Reflections". It's by Mo Abir and really good imo on just current world affairs. It's on Amazon pretty sure .
i'll have a look- thank you
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Wuthering Heights
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Wuthering Heights
hmm i'd want something quick that would reqire too much brain power haha
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hmm i'd want something quick that would reqire too much brain power haha
The Kite Runner. It's beautifully written and Hosseini has a very gripping style.
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The Kite Runner. It's beautifully written and Hosseini has a very gripping style.
oh i read that a couple years ago, it was good. thanks for the suggestion
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Red, white and royal blue!!!
I literally don’t know a single person who hasn’t enjoyed it. If you like romance, I think you’ll like it
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Red, white and royal blue!!!
I literally don’t know a single person who hasn’t enjoyed it. If you like romance, I think you’ll like it
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At that age I enjoyed the vampire academy books,
Have you read them?
I would say it was typically romance
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the “truly, devious” trilogy is fantastic. its a mystery trilogy and the books are pretty easy to read/dont require much brain power and are super intriguing. really recommend!
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hey i love reading books and one that just popped out romance wise Dinner with the Vampire-Dark Heroine one of the best romance book i read you won't be bored trust me and you will remeber it for years and guess what i read it in year 11 as well it was a new book the library teacher let me borrow it the smell of new book uff just loved it. Also in corona i have been reading on Wattpad and Webnovel and the one i am currently reading is Sweet Wife in my arms- its a chinese translated love story the names are kinda hard to pronounce but storyline is really good. lol upon mention of books i get so hyper.
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hey
going into year 11 this september and i havent read a book for a whole year now. i would really love to- if anyone has any suggestions that would be great
particularly romance or mystery
thank you!
The books by Cathy glass are worth a read.
So are the books by mike pannett.
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This is a bit of a stretch but a book that I would recommed is the Mistborn Trilogy by Brandon Sanderson. Its honestly a work of Fantasy brillance and quite easy to get into. It has a great and complete story with a gripping premise cool protaganist and powers as well as a diverse set of places and characters.
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Great romance books:
- Jandy Nelson books: I'll Give you the Sun ; The Sky is Everywhere
- Rainbow Rowell books eg Fan Girl ; Eleanor & Park
- Outlander (although trigger warning for sensitive folk coz there is some rapey-ness in it too if I remember correctly)
- Noughts & Crosses (although warning - I cried quite a lot reading it)
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'And Then There Were None' by Agatha Christie is a great book - it is a bit slow at the start however it is an incredible book. If you like mysteries then I would recommend all of her books. They were written decades ago but they are some of the best mysteries ever!
Other mystery(ish) books you may like:
The Chain by Adrian McKinty
One of Us is Lying by Karen McManus
The Psychology of Time Travel by Kate Mascarenhas
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thank you so much
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