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Klint - 1 point - 3 months ago
Hello. I suggest you read Gorge R.R. Martin's A Song of Ice and Fire books, the books where the Game of Throne TV series was based. His books are great and will really change your perspective of the world. His books show the exact problems we are facing in the real world such as corruption, slavery, and even prostitution. His books are really great.
stbrians - 1 point - 3 months ago
The Lonely Stones by Meshack Bwoyele Keya. It is found on Amazon as a paperback and eBook. amazon.com/author/meshackkeya
jpk0007 - 1 point - 3 months ago
Well, I would recommend you the first book that I read and which made me very emotional while reading it. I read it a long time back when I used to go to school but the book was very memorable. That book is the Biographical book of Anne Frank and the title of the book is The Diary of Anna Frank. She was the Jewish victim of the Holocaust. The book tells us about the daily struggles in the life of Anna and her family while they were hiding in a secret place for two years to escape the persecution.
dullian - 1 point - 3 months ago
World Without End, by Ken Follett, who is an extremely talented historical fiction writer. This is the second in a trilogy about a town in England called Kingsbridge but each book takes place a hundred to two hundred years apart so you're only missing out on some references to landmarks, events, and famous characters from the original books if you read them out of order. The first book is called "Pillars of the Earth" which if you don't want to read it before reading "World Without End" is a fantastic mini-series that has Ian McShane, Rufus Sewell, and even Eddie Redmayne before he was really famous.
ophelia - 1 point - 3 months ago
Have you tried the Me Before You series? There are 3 books in total, if I'm correct. Me Before You, After You, Still Me. The Me Before You movie itself was good, but there are a lot of things that are different from the movie adaptation. It's a good read.
jeffreyjose48 - 1 point - 3 months ago
Definitely I would suggest that you would read the Holy Bible. This sacred book was recommended by the Lord Jesus Christ. Jesus said in John 5:39, "Search the Scriptures, for in them you think you have eternal life; and these are they which testify of Me." Jesus was telling the Jews who questions him to really read the Bible.
faithuy56 - 1 point - 3 months ago
Davidic Generation written by David Swan. This is one of my favorite books. I have read everything in this particular book. It is so special to me that I am going to travel anywhere in the world, I would choose to bring this book with me.
Caguioa747 - 1 point - 3 months ago
The Lies of Locke Lamora. I love this book for a few reasons, firstly the writing is excellent and the plot is exciting. The main reason however, is that not many books I have seen have made the main character likeable but still an obvious "bad guy", while in this one the protagonist, Locke, is a bad guy.
menchuuy58 - 1 point - 3 months ago
The MacArthur Study Bible New King James Version is my recommendation. This book was a gift to me. This came from the United States. I am really grateful for those who brought and gave this book to me. I looked at the price from our local bookstore and its 2,500 pesos.
Shiela - 1 point - 3 months ago
You might want to read the bible first before any other books.
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