Which book are you reading this week?

 
  • Ju feather

    Néophyte de la lecture

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    #251 24 Juillet 2019 21:45:16

    Hi :)

    This week I'm reading The Moonstone by Wilkie Collins. I've already read The Woman in White written by the same author and I really liked it so I hope to like The Moonstone too. I already read almost 100 pages and I think that I will love this one too :D
  • kayala

    Baby lecteur

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    #252 20 Août 2019 19:48:54

    Hello!
    I start " A little something different" by Sandy Hall!
    A book that I heard great thing.
    Have a great evening!!!
  • Rascar Capac

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    #253 24 Août 2019 22:23:53

    Hello !

    This post = great idea !

    I'm reading "La faute de l'abbé Mouret", by Zola.
    I thought it was a boring book : it's not !
  • samcarter

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    #254 11 Septembre 2019 13:29:24

    It is  strange to say and confess but I'm currently reading "Hamlet" by Shakespeare because he knew how to draw a fight scene and how to write an effective fulfillment. Everyone knows about this bestseller. I knew about it too but I had never thought of reading it before this time. I suppose everyone must read it.

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  • Les Lettres de Sel

    Amant des romans

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    #255 11 Septembre 2019 13:50:46

    Hi everyone ! :salutation:
    I'm actually reading - for several weeks - the third book of the caraval's trilogie by stephanie garber. It's intitled Finale and it's great to be back in this universe even if it's very long to read and i can't wait to finish it.
  • OrcadianSky

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    #256 11 Septembre 2019 22:02:01

    samcarter a écrit

    It is  strange to say and confess but I'm currently reading "Hamlet" by Shakespeare because he knew how to draw a fight scene and how to write an effective fulfillment. Everyone knows about this bestseller. I knew about it too but I had never thought of reading it before this time. I suppose everyone must read it.


    Hamlet is a must read. One my favs by the Bard is The Tempest. But the whole History cycle is great. Anyway. I love Shakespeare. I was born with the complete works at home for my mom had the whole collection.

    As for what I'm reading at the moment: Loki - Where Mischief Lies, by Mackenzi Lee. It's a YA novel edited by Marvel, about Loki and the events in his youth that lead to the character we know. It's quite enjoyable.

    Dernière modification par OrcadianSky (11 Septembre 2019 22:02:34)

  • AyianaLaTaupe

    Serial lecteur

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    #257 03 Octobre 2019 13:21:10

    OrcadianSky a écrit

    As for what I'm reading at the moment: Loki - Where Mischief Lies, by Mackenzi Lee. It's a YA novel edited by Marvel, about Loki and the events in his youth that lead to the character we know. It's quite enjoyable.


    I can't wait to read it!
    (Let's go! Try to speak English here... Tell me if I say some mistakes, thank you !) ;)

    @samcarter: are you a "gater" too?

  • fael404

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    #258 15 Octobre 2019 20:04:46

    Hi! These week my favourite book it a " Alone in the Mars" in french. I can't ride in english very well.
  • AyianaLaTaupe

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    #259 16 Octobre 2019 10:56:40

    fael404 a écrit

    Hi! These week my favourite book it a " Alone in the Mars" in french. I can't ride in english very well.


    Ride? You mean "read" I suppose... Do you read comic books in english ? I think it's easier than to read novels, because pictures help to understand the text. ;)

  • Ourlig

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    #260 16 Octobre 2019 20:44:57

    AyianaLaTaupe a écrit

    Do you read comic books in english ? I think it's easier than to read novels, because pictures help to understand the text. ;)


    I couldn't agree more !
    Comics books, comics strips and even webcomics are awesome to improve your english.

    I would highly recommend to check gocomics.com. It allows you to read new strips in syndication daily.
    Reading classics like Calvin & Hobbes or Peanuts is great both for improving your english and discovering some parts of pop culture.

    Dernière modification par Ourlig (16 Octobre 2019 20:46:02)