Books Galore (Part 2)!

As promised, and because it is still holiday season, my topic today is fiction books. Now fiction refers to literature created from the imagination and can be mysteries, science fiction, romance, fantast, chick lit (literature for ladies 😊) or crime thrillers.

J.K. Rowling of Harry Potter fame once said “If you don’t like to read, you haven’t found the right book.” Harry Potter isn’t really my cup of tea (my favourite expression) and when I was a teenager, in the absence of smart phones 😊,  I spent hours with my friends reading trashy (cheap) romantic novels and moved onto Stephen King and Maeve Binchy (popular Irish author) when I got older.

If you are looking for a good English book to read, I would always recommend a book which you would enjoy reading in German and is not too difficult to understand. Otherwise, you would probably put it down after a few pages!

One of my favourite books is “The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night” by Mark Haddon and I was delighted to see it as No. 1 in the following blog of English Novels for Beginners:

I also found these 10 books for English learners that might attract you:

If you come to my house for lessons, you are welcome to borrow a book or two from my little library 😊.

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