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Looking for Spanish Novels?

I know how tough it is to find good readings to learn a new language.You don't usually have a large vocabulary or are able to read long and complex sentences.You'd like to go right to the fun stuff, but maybe it's too hard for you now.A typical Spanish reader isn't interesting or just plain boring.But this book is not like that.Learning with Spanish Novels is easy and straightforward. Forget about difficult long texts with English-translations. This book for Spanish learners is not like that. It will take you to the next level in less time. That means less effort and struggling towards your way to fluency in Spanish. Improving your Spanish can be lots of fun. 

A Spanish Book for Upper-Intermediates (B2) Both Fun & Easy

El robo del siglo is the book number 19 of the Spanish Novels Series. This Upper-Intermediate Spanish Reader is packed with useful expressions you need in everyday situations: greetings, asking questions, talking to friends, etc. Anyone who has an upper-intermediate command of the Spanish language can take advantage of this book. You need to know conditionals, gerund, pluperfect and simple past tenses. Besides, in this book you will find longer and more complex sentences and chapters. A gang of robbers steal 390 million dollars from the Central Bank in Mexico D.F. They hide from the local police in Tijuana and then try to go to California. Because of a woman, jelousy and betrayal will creep in and make things even harder for everyone in the gang.This Spanish Book for Upper-Intermediates will show you the most used grammar structures in different situations. As the difficulty level is just right you will learn and enjoy it at the same time. This Upper-Intermediate Spanish book will definitely help you work your way up toward more advanced readings.

Why Spanish Novels

Short sentences

Short chapters

Easy vocabulary

Simple grammar

Everyday dialogues

An Upper-Intermediate (B2) Spanish Reader in SIMPLE Spanish.

From the First Chapter:Los viernes, el Banco Central de México D.F. cierra sus puertas al público a las 3pm. Después de esa hora, ya nadie puede entrar al banco. Los empleados, de todos modos, deben seguir trabajando hasta las 4.30 o 5pm. A nadie le gusta quedarse después de hora, pero la verdad es que no hay otra opción. Todos los días quedan cosas pendientes, y alguien debe encargarse de resolverlas. Hoy, los últimos en salir son los cajeros. Para ser un viernes no está nada mal: a 4.40pm ya estaban afuera del banco. En la puerta saludaron al personal de seguridad. Ellos siempre se quedaban hasta las 6 de la tarde (y a veces un poco más). El día de hoy, debían esperar a los técnicos informáticos. Sus jefes les aseguraron que los técnicos iban a llegar al banco antes de las 6pm, por lo que no tendrían que quedarse después de hora.Efectivamente, pocos después de las 5.30 llegaron los empleados del departamento de informática. A diferencia de todos los expertos en computadoras, ellos no parecían nerds o geeks. No tenían anteojos ni remeras de Star Wars.

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October 4
Paco Ardit
Draft2Digital, LLC

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