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  1. Stephen King – “The Shining, “” The Shawshank Redemption, “and the Dark Tower series. But the first book of the series (“Shooter”) is not very interesting, but then the story captured me. I also recommend The Catcher in the Rye.

  2. If you take something from books that are more or less in contact with the appropriate age.

    1). Ryu Murakami. “1969”. Just do not immediately try to catch up with the main character in the steepness;-)

    2). John King, “Human Punk”.�

    Both make sense, if not completely alien to rock ' n ' roll and historical retrospectives…

  3. Plato's “Feast” (and others), Montaigne's ” Experiments “(selected chapters), Voltaire's “Philosophical Novels”.�
    It is difficult to give a specific set of books without knowing the author's preferences. I would like to add that I really liked Joyce's “The Dubliners “and Salinger's” 9 Stories”.

  4. I advise you to read everything that is asked at school for extracurricular reading( during the holidays). Read the classics, it develops perfectly. I personally recommend Lermontov's “Hero of Our Time”, Pushkin's ” Captain's Daughter “and Jack London's” Martin Eden”.

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