Sunday, 28 November 2010

Africa

This is where you are supposed to link your reviews when you have read novels from Africa.

12 comments:

  1. CUTTING FOR STONE is of the best books I have read in some time. I highly recommend it.

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  2. John Caulfield's ALL MY SAD DREAMING was a gem of a book. I hope others read it and enjoy it.

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  3. Egypt: The Yacoubian Building, by Alaa Al Aswany
    http://publicsphere.typepad.com/toberead/2011/02/the-yacoubian-building-by-alaa-al-aswany.html

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  4. Wife of the Gods introduces police detective Darko Dawson-- I think he'll be around for a while.

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  5. No Longer at Ease by Chinua Achebe

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  6. I've completed my Africa portion of the challenge!

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  7. I read #1 Ladies Detective Agency (the first one) during a book exchange but I didn't end up writing a review about it on my blog because I didn't really love it as much as I thought I would, and I think it just got lost in the mix of my other blog posts. So I just posted a link to my blog along with the title above! If you're looking for an easy read this is a good pick, it definitely wasn't an AWFUL book, I just won't be reading the rest of them.

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  8. I entered "ON BLACK SISTER STREET" by Chika Unigwe ~ Nigeria~ Africa

    I do not seem to know how to get my name and book on Mr. Linky.

    If you click on "Madeleine" it will take you to the book

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  9. Nii Ayikwei Parkes is a writer of poetry, prose and articles, and has published 3 poetry chapbooks: eyes of a boy, lips of a man (1999); M is for Madrigal (2004), a selection of seven jazz poems; and shorter (2005), published to raise money for a writers' fund in Ghana.I'm reading his debut novel next.

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  10. I realized I never said my country. It is South Africa (for Water Man's Daughter)

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  11. Four down, two (maybe three) to go! Hope I'll be able to finish in time.:)

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  12. Wow, this one turned out to be tough! Anna Hibiscus is a kids book, but I just noticed the The Boy Who Harnessed the Wind isn't a novel, so it didn't count.

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