My Favourite Book

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My Favourite Book It's hard to imagine our lives without books. We learn a lot of interesting things when we read books. Books are our great friend, teachers and advisers. They teach us how to take the next step when we are in a difficult situation. They help to shape our life. It is impossible to become an educated person without books. Besides, books play an important role in upbringing our feelings, views and tastes; give us a lot of useful information. Frankly speaking I'm not a bookworm but when I have spare time I read books with great pleasure. It seems to me that books are a source of emotional inspiration and romantic feelings, it's a miracle in some way, because an author provides a story and a reader can conjure the characters…show more content…
Books are worth reading. Really, they are our good friends. My favourite book Most teenagers have different opinions on reading. As for me, I think reading is very important, because books help to discover new things, to learn more about life. Also books tell us about lives of famous people and other interesting things. The book I`m reading now is "Twilight" by Stephanie Meyer. Stephanie Meyer is a modern American writer. She was born in 1973 in Hartford, Connecticut. She grew up in Phoenix, Arizona, along with two sisters and three brothers. "Twilight" is a novel about vampires, written by Stephanie Meyer. The main characters of the novel are a vampire and the girl dreamed author in a dream... It is a Vampire novel, the first edition of which only in the United States broke up a record run of 100 000 copies! The book, which became a cult for youth not only in English-speaking countries, but in France, Spain, Scandinavia, Japan and China. The plot of this book has described on how Bella Swan moves from sunny Phoenix to rainy Forks, Washington, to his father, Charlie. On the first day of the new school Bella sees a strange, very beautiful family Cullen. Bella is very interested in this family, especially in Edward. At the first lesson at Biology, plant for one party with Edward. Bell struck by the fact that he looks at her with an incomprehensible hatred. As soon as the bell rings, he runs out of the class, and the next few days does not appear in the school.
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