- 10. 451 degrees Fahrenheit. Ray Bradbury (Farenheit 451 Ray Bradbury)
- 9. Misery. Stephen King (Misery Stephen King)
- 8. The jungle book. Rudyard Kipling (The Jungle Book Rudyard Kipling)
- 7. The catcher in the rye. JD Salinger (The Catcher in The Rye J. D. Salinger)
- 6. Hitchhiker's guide to the galaxy. Douglas Adams (Hitchhikers Guide to the Galaxy Douglas Adams)
- 5. Three men in a boat, not counting the dog. Jerome K. Jerome (Three Men in a Boat Jerome K. Jerome)
- 4. The sun also rises. Ernest Hemingway (The Sun also Rises Ernest Hemingway)
- 3. The Picture Of Dorian Gray. Oscar Wilde (The Picture of Dorian Gray Oscar Wilde)
- 2. 1984. George Orwell (1984 George Orwell)
- 1. The Hound Of The Baskervilles. Conan Doyle (The Hound of The Baskervilles Arthur Conan Doyle)
If you have ever decided to thoroughly study English, then you probably bought the books in English. Reading will help to enrich vocabulary quickly. Also, if the book has a film adaptation and the adaptation looked, is conducive to higher immersion in the storyline.
This article will be a detailed recommendation of which books to choose for beginners to learn the language and for those who have already read some basic works in English and wants something more.
1. The Hound Of The Baskervilles. Conan Doyle (The Hound of The Baskervilles Arthur Conan Doyle)
The hound of the Baskervilles (1900) was the detective work of the twentieth century, but also a kind of Canon of the classical detective story. Sherlock Holmes has created a world where the victory of mind over monsters is a world where everyone is perfectly dressed and the trains run on schedule, and the Telegraph runs with perfect precision like a Swiss watch.
The book is easy to read, also parallel, you can enable a film to listen how to pronounce certain words in order to avoid mistakes in your mental perception of language.
2. 1984. George Orwell (1984 George Orwell)
This book is the imagination of George Orwell, as it would be folded in 1984. The book itself was written in the late 40's and for the author it is a fantasy, but for us it is a possible alternative the story of the Exodus events.
The world is divided into 3 superpowers and each of them fighting among themselves. At the head of each power has its own party and in one of those powers at one of these parties is our main character Winston Smith. He works as an editor in the newspaper and trying to understand how people lived in the past, gonna lie to historical documents and even live if his contemporaries and he is better than ancestors.
If you discard the idea, the plot, the motives of the characters, the book itself, her words, the text describes very tasty, pleasant to read and understandable.
3. The Picture Of Dorian Gray. Oscar Wilde (The Picture of Dorian Gray Oscar Wilde)
The speech in the plot of the book is about what price we are now paying for their actions and their decisions. Everyone sees in the main character their own sins. This novel is not just made the writer famous, he in some measure anticipated his own destiny. Keep in mind, reading the picture of Dorian gray, you with a pencil in hand write absolutely wonderful aphorisms in the English language that you can insert into the conversation, thereby producing the extraordinary impression of a man not just smart, but sophisticated.
Want to impress, read Dorian gray.
4. The sun also rises. Ernest Hemingway (The Sun also Rises Ernest Hemingway)
The main characters of the book are a group of friends who decided to go on holiday to Spain for a holiday Fiesta. Within 7 days, are these festivals also happen numerous events in the fate of the main characters sometimes hilarious, sometimes close to tragic.
This book should definitely be read even if you are not a fan of Ernest Hemingway, and creativity is a lost generation, is a fascinating story despite the rather rough English in the original, which describes life after the first World War.
5. Three men in a boat, not counting the dog. Jerome K. Jerome (Three Men in a Boat Jerome K. Jerome)
If we talk about the plot, this book is about three people, not counting the dog, who went not to travel, but the leisure boating on the Thames, during the week without produh, that is to live, sleep, eat on the water. The story itself is from one of them, which tells about the behaviour of other participants of the trip, about myself, about feelings, which causes the trip.
The book itself is written very unusually, the author makes a digression from the main plot of the book, which describes a small history of the life of the protagonist, such a minor story, in which the author immerses the reader.
In addition to easy, English humor which permeates this book, the reader will get a brief history of England (and Scotland).
6. Hitchhiker's guide to the galaxy. Douglas Adams (Hitchhikers Guide to the Galaxy Douglas Adams)
The story itself this book tells the story in 5 parts. Hitchhiker's guide to the galaxy
-incredibly fun book, about the travels of the main character and his friend extraterrestrial in the galaxy. On their way they get into trouble, change the course of history, lost, are, save the earth and all in this spirit in the company of Zaphod Beeblebrox and Marvin the robot. Action books are changing at the speed of light and over 100 pages is a lot of interesting things. The book is easy to follow storyline and at the end of the reading you will have questions, because the author explains everything in detail.
7. The catcher in the rye. JD Salinger (The Catcher in The Rye J. D. Salinger)
The book was translated into almost all languages of the world, it is considered a classic and a cult novel. The book plunges us into the world of Holden Caulfield, in his keen perception of American reality. What loves Holden Caulfield? He loves to lie, but not in order to obtain some benefit or to deceive anyone, but in order to have fun, he is a perfectionist to the bone. This atmospheric book, in which, perhaps, everyone can find themselves.
8. The jungle book. Rudyard Kipling (The Jungle Book Rudyard Kipling)
Familiar childhood story of the life and adventures of a boy Mowgli. In the center of the plot left in the jungle boy takes the wolf pack. For several years he was brought up among animals until the time comes to face his worst enemy Sher Khan, who has vowed to destroy a human baby until he became an adult hunter.
Overall, the book is very atmospheric, she is fully immersed in his world, grabs, holds an incredible strain, and you, even knowing the plot by heart, experience and live it all again.
9. Misery. Stephen King (Misery Stephen King)
The book is very tense and the tension builds until the very end. Can the rescue from certain death turn into such a terror that even death will seem merciful gift of fate.
Paul Sheldon is the popular writer who had success writing a series of popular novels, was in the thrall of a mad woman. King like no other is able to dip into the world of horror, tension and fear, and then doing the last step you can not forget all my life.
The book is not just fascinating, it's great to read in one breath.
10. 451 degrees Fahrenheit. Ray Bradbury (Farenheit 451 Ray Bradbury)
The book refers to an easy genre of science fiction. However, in my opinion, this is one of the most significant works of the twentieth century and should be included in the school curriculum and studied in all languages of the world.
This book is about what firefighters do not that put out fires, but burn books. This dystopia about culture and its decline that may occur until it is forced complete destruction.
The book by ray Bradbury absolute symbolic, it's up to date in every moment in time.
Enjoy reading books in the original English.