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hey guys .. 

as a non native speaker i just want to improve my English by start reading more .. and i just want u to recommend me some easy to read books with simple eng but still extremely enjoyable . . i already start reading "the name of the wind" by patrick rothfuss and i enjoyed it so far .

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my fav genre is fantasy but i'm open to explore more genres 

Thanks for your ideas in advance .

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Musicnotthebling

Stephen King is extremely easy to understand. He does mystery, horror. 

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MrDaniel
Just now, LiamNick said:

Roald Dahl :vegas:

He does Mystery, Fantasy and Dark.

Like The Witches.

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Guest Anisko
Just now, ARTPOPSTER said:

Stephen King is extremely easy to understand. He does mystery, horror. 

thank u .. which one of his books i should start reading first ? 

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MrDaniel
2 minutes ago, Anisko said:

thank u .. which one of his books i should start reading first ? 

It :ally:

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Jose P
4 minutes ago, Anisko said:

thank u .. which one of his books i should start reading first ? 

I’d personally recommend Carrie, Pet Sematary and Misery. They are amongst his lightest. IT is heavier and denser, I wouldn’t recommend starting with that one. But if you want to the do it cause it’s actually a fantastic book.

I do have to warn you: his books are unsettling, disturbing and grisly. IT is especially hard to read at times.

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Zander

How easy are we talking?

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I found H P Lovecraft easy to read - Its Horror / Fantasy Fiction. The writing is easy to read but some of the words are "outdated" (old fashioned English speaking words) but that shouldn't put you off. I'd recommend; The Call of Cthulhu and Other Weird Stories 

 

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Guest Anisko
14 minutes ago, Jose P said:

I’d personally recommend Carrie, Pet Sematary and Misery. They are amongst his lightest. IT is heavier and denser, I wouldn’t recommend starting with that one. But if you want to the do it cause it’s actually a fantastic book.

I do have to warn you: his books are unsettling, disturbing and grisly. IT is especially hard to read at times.

i'm used to read disturbing books but in my native language so that's not a problem for me  .. thank u so much for ur recommendation i think i will start by reading carrie .

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LoveNathe

Verity by Colleen Hoover. Mystery and Thriller. One of the best books I have read in a long time. Easy to understand. 

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Musicnotthebling
46 minutes ago, Anisko said:

thank u .. which one of his books i should start reading first ? 

I liked Christine, which is about a haunted car. I also like Carrie.

He also has a book of short stories called, Different Seasons. Also, Cell is a great book.

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Mer Boy

Maybe something by George Orwell - he's known for using his words sparingly and writing clearly. 

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Wolf

Check out Paulo Coelho (The Alchemist) and Mitch Albom (Tuesdays with Morrie)

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