We found fptp cloze books difficult and some very strict on timing, however the cgp cem verbal reasoning books had mix of cloze and other type of VR, we found them great practice and did them more than once. The cgp cem mock tests papers also contained many section of cloze that was great practice near to the exam. However I agree there are a lot more in the market now, have a look at Amazon and look inside some of the books online to see which one you like.My ds was also good at maths and NVR, he struggled with some type of cloze, however we tried to always give him work that had mix of his strength and some that concentrated on his weakness. Focussing too much on weak area can some time make a child become demotivated and lose interest.
Agree with this. At the start of the 11+ process, DS2 wasn't particularly good at anything (bottom sets in school too). Having had speech and language problems when he was younger, his English was particularly poor and I made the decision to miss out certain types of English altogether (e.g comprehension) as he just wasn't getting anywhere and the time "wasted" was definitely better used elsewhere.