- Chennai, TN, India
- member since May 19, 2009
Hey, I see you plan to read The Book Thief. I really liked that one. The narration was great. Persepolis was great, too. It's often taught here to young students (13-16 year-olds) who know little of that time period/place/culture. So, it may seem very simple but I think it was intended to be. I loved it as well. Those are both considered young adult books but I feel they are just as good as books marketed towards adults. One last sugestion: The Road by Cormac MaMcarthy. He's one of my favorite authors. Ok, happy reading!
mmm .. i always prefare to read the books in thier orignal language they were wrote in , but i may suggest some arabic books that were translated to english like : The Ship by Jabra Ibra?him Jabra , or any book for khalil gibran he is a philosopher too ! they are good .. also ahlam mostaghanemi is a greater writer !!
read and tell me what do you think :)
can you suggest any thing for me to read !
ya you are right ..
the book is the best friend that will never ever fail you ..
you always can depend on it when you are down it can cheer you! .. and when you are filled with you sadness it tells you there are ppl sad too over there .. the books are the best reason to dream and the best reason to love the reality :)
you read alot ! thats cool .. (I wish i do the same too) ..