Action/Adventure Genre Help

For July 2020 we'll be reading Action/Adventure books
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hsimone
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Action/Adventure Genre Help

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Do you need a suggestion of what to read this month? Or do you have a suggestion? Use this topic to help each other on what can be read in order to participate in this month's discussion!

You can use the following links for some suggestions, too: What are looking for this month? Action, Adventure, a mixture of both?
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Post by gali »

Lately, I came back to Karl May's books. I have read his books in my childhood and loved then, and now I re-read some of them. His books take place in the Wild West (19th century), and the new translations by Marlies Bugmann are great.
In the case of good books, the point is not to see how many of them you can get through, but rather how many can get through to you." (Mortimer J. Adler)

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Everytime I want to dive into adventure I read the Hunger Games trilogy one more time! Anyone else does it?

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Post by hsimone »

I love how you've both mentioned rereads! I go back to Harry Potter. I'm actually rereading the series now as a summer reread because I miss the books. :)
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