Everyone has their own taste in music, clothing style, and dancing, as well as in books. There are many different genres that can hook every single person. What books do students like in our school? We conducted a survey among the students which will help to find out it. Here is a list of what books students are reading now.
1. 1984, a novel by George Orwell.
Timothy Avilov: “My favorite book is 1984, George Orwell. Why do I like it? Because this book is really hard for reading and it has a big philosophical context, everyone should read it.”
2. Globalization: On the Road to Global Conquest, by Gary Kach.
Vanya Dovgan: ”This is not a popular book, you have probably not heard of it. It is my favorite book because it reveals a lot of secrets and mysteries.”
3. Harry Potter, a series by J.K.Rowling.
Jalen Sullivan: “How difficult it is to say something about the book, when they told you about it a million times in 67 languages, including English? The whole charm of the book is not in magic, not in the waving of a magic wand, not in brewed potions and magical creatures. Not at all. It is about fear and pain. It is about each of us and the magic inside.”
Hailee Plumb: “This book brings me back to childhood. I think I should not explain why”
4. Eragon, by Christopher Paolini.
Robert Pinkowsky: “I really liked the book “Eragon”. The world is well-written, the plot is interesting, dynamic, and read avidly. I was very surprised that the author wrote the book when he was only 15 years old.”
5. Red Pyramid, a novel by Rick Riordan.
Dalton Juan: “It is definitely not inferior to the Percy Jackson cycle! [It is] an incredibly exciting story about two teenagers who discovered the world of Egyptian gods and magicians.”
6. Green Eggs and Ham, by Dr.Seuss.
Dylan Crowe: “Green eggs and ham. Dual sense: on the one hand, the title fairy tale seems to teach how to be as arrogant as possible, on the other – it’s still important to try something new in life.’’
Logan Silva: “I subscribe to every word of Dylan. I do not think that the book is aimed at an adult audience, because it is very easy to read, but the book is quite entertaining and instructive.”
7. The Lord of the Rings, a novel by J.R.R.Tolkien.
Jones Waller: “It was interesting… Tolkien managed to create a stunning fantasy world in which there are many rules, laws, [and] characters. Everyone likes Harry Potter, and I love the Lord of the Rings.”
8. Percy Jackson, novel series by Rick Riordan.
Ethan Payne: “Percy Jackson. In general, the plot turned out to be quite interesting and cheerful. I rated the book at five.”