Je voudrais lire en Français
Je voudrais lire un livre en Français, il y a quelqu'une recommandation?
J'ai lu l'Etranger d'Albert Camus. (avant de découvrir duolingo)
C'etait intéressant, mais aussi difficile et cela m'a pris très longtemps.
Peut-être devriez-vous commencer par un livre pour enfants. Par exemple, Le Petit Nicolas de René Goscinny.
J'aimerais lire ce livre:
"La foi des dėmons: ou l'athéisme dépassé", Éditions Salvator, 2009
L'auteur est: Fabrice Hadjadj, né le 15 septembre 1971 à Nanterre (Hauts-de-Seine), est un écrivain et philosophe français, directeur de l'Institut Philanthropos.
Si tu aimes les romans policiers, tu peux lire "Le mystère de la chambre jaune de Gaston Leroux"
There are lots of discussions of this. Here are a few, selected at random:
- French book that you want to recommend
- French audio books
- 'Success!' an epilog . . .
- Books for French
- Hopefully a possible book recommendation
- [GOOD FRENCH BOOKS FOR BEGINNERS]
- What [sic] some suggestions for manga to read . . .
- I've conquered French!
- Books in French and where to find them
There are plenty more. You also might search for discussions of easy books in Spanish, as the recommendations and selections are much the same for books in translation.
FWIW, I'd say start out as simply as possible. It is better to read several pages fairly fluently of something simple than to struggle through a "classic" where you only manage a page or a few sentences at a sitting You want to pump as many understandable French sentences through your mind as possible. As your fluency improves, you'll get to the classics, if you care to. Try comic books, manga, books for younger children at most at the level of the 'Goosebumps' series, if you're familiar with that, The Wonderful Wizard of Oz, or the Narnia books. "Adapted" books are fine, if you don't mind them. Harry Potter is probably too hard unless you are very familiar with the books and love them. Reading translations is okay. At this point it's quantity that will help you progress faster.
If you're past the "easy book" stage already, there is unlimited great reading to recommend, depending on your interests. Take a look at some of the suggestions in the links above, and post again if you would like more.