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  • #26444

    Anonymous

    Best book you have ever read? New author you want to recommend? This is the place.

    #26692

    Anonymous

    The HIVE books by Mark Walden are really good, I’ve been reading them recently.

    #27902

    Anonymous

    The magic Key by Roderick Hunt

    #29825

    Anonymous

    I know, I’ve been waiting for book 9 for a long time

    #29924

    Anonymous

    I tell everyone to read Flowers for Algernon. It is absolutely fantastic in every way.

    #29955

    Anonymous

    @Xmask They are now saying that it will be released 1st February 2019 but they keep on pushing it back. I mean, come on, we need to know what happens to Absalom.

    #30319

    Anonymous

    There are a lot of very good maths books out there by Simon Singh. Probably the one you’ll be most interested in at the moment is The Code Book, it clearly explains a lot of codes and ciphers very well. Fiction books i really enjoyed were Skulduggery Pleasant and Artemis Fowl

    #30341

    Anonymous

    Any book by Patrick Ness or Matt Haig.

    #30659

    Anonymous

    Secret Breakers series by HL Dennis. It’s a group of kids working with British and American intelligence to try and decrypt an age-old cipher? Sound familiar? The cipher in question, though, is the Voynich Manuscript

    #32607

    Anonymous

    My fave book is The Night Circus by Erin Morgernstern

    #32665

    Anonymous

    I will recommend “Pour Me” by A.A. Gill and Lord of the Flies by William Golding, 2 brilliant, well written books. The latter has a unprecedented range of vocabulary that even those with degrees in English could not match, and considerable depth to the plot. The former has not much of a massive vocabulary range, but has deep symbolism and complex structural features, and explores some pretty interesting themes.

    I’m at a grade 5 in English…, and at a grade 8/9 in EVERY OTHER subject…
    God I hate English 🙁

    #33090

    Anonymous

    Me before you is a brilliant and emotional book. It will leave you crying at the end! I recommend reading it.

    #33206

    Anonymous

    All Anthony Horowitz books are amazing like the Alex Rider series or The Power of Five series. Also, Holes and Fuzzy Mud by Louis Sachar are really good aswell

    #33386

    Anonymous

    the CHERUB series is REALLY good

    #33491

    Anonymous

    I would recommend the hour long Shakespeare series by Matthew Jenkinson. Cuts out all the boring bits, much easier to put on.

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