8 Books You Must Read …

1. Pride and prejudice

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A classic book by Jane Austen. The love story of Elizabeth Bennet and Mr. Darcy. Probably one of my favorite books. The irony in which each character speaks makes the whole book interesting and worth reading.

2. The Artemis Fowl saga

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Good books by Eoin Colfer. The adventures of a young criminal mastermind and some fairies. Full of arrogance, sarcasm and always fun. Easy to read and when you think you finally understand what is really going on, and you think you are smarter than Artemis, you realize everything you think is a lie; there’s something even more complicated going on.

3. The Harry Potter saga

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Obviously. Perfect books by J.K Rowling. You can never get tired of them. Fun, interesting, fantastic, original, creative. There’s no kid in the world who doesn’t know the name of Potter.

4. Kiss

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A lovely book by Jacqueline Wilson. The story of Sylvie’s first love and first heartbreak. There’s a lot going on between best friends Sylvie and Carl, they are growing up and going different ways, which is a problem because Sylvie always pictured her and Carl getting married. Can she really understand what’s going on with Carl? One of the best books I have ever read.

5. Angus, Thongs and Full-frontal Snogging saga

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Funny book by Louise Rennison. It tells the story of Georgia Nicholson, her journey through life and the troubles on the way. Georgia is a young girl desperate to grow up. A lot of embarrassing moments are ahead and laughter is guaranteed.

6. 13 Reasons Why

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Written by Jay Asher this novel is serious and real. The 13 reasons why a seventeen-year-old girl kills herself. This book will change your point of view about a lot of stuff and will keep you thinking for a really long time. Perfectly written, fluent and keeping your attention even though you know how it is going to end.

7. My Sister Jodie

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Another by Jacqueline Wilson. This time is the story of Jodie and her younger sister Pearl. They move to a new school abroad. Jodie doesn’t have many friends, while Pearl makes a lot of new friends, which is exactly the opposite of what it used to be. However, Jodie and Pearl will always be best friends. Pearl would destroy the world if Jodie tells her to. And Jodie will give anything to make Pearl happy, she is a bit of a goth/rebel and Pearl seems to be the only one she would always love no matter what. Pearl is about to understand that things are not always perfect.

8. I am David

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By Anne Holm. Tells the story of David, a little boy who escapes from a concentration camp in Bulgaria and his journey to Denmark where freedom is waiting. He will meet a lot of interesting people on the way. Some of them good, some of them bad. But is he going to make it?

I hope you read and enjoy all these books as much as I did. What books do you think are must-reads?

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