Sunday, 28 November 2010

Europe

When you have read a European novel, this is where you post your review.

32 comments:

  1. OOps -- I fogot to list that the country was Sweden.

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  2. Doghead, by Morten Ramsland (Denmark) http://publicsphere.typepad.com/toberead/2011/01/doghead-by-morten-ramsland.html

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  3. this is a fantastic series of tales, dreams and nightmares.

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  4. Saramago is a relatively new author to author to me; Blindness is the third book by him I've read but it's the first book I've read for this challenge =) Just a little review, tho, since I've written lots about Saramago in the past :/

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  5. This is a fantastic story, series of stories, tales within tales etc by Italo Calvino.

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  6. Interesting series by a mother and son writing team, who are Americans but write about post WW I, England with much insight.

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  7. Please add my entry under Holland.

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  8. Unspoken by Mari Jungstedt to be added to the Europe list. Well written Nordic thriller.

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  9. This is a combined post of Oxford University Press - A Very Short Introduction, Spanish Literature, and Granta's, The best of young Spanish language novelists. with the idea of a short basic intro to Spanish Lit.

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  10. The Book of Ebenezer Le Page by G.B. Edwards perfectly portrays a place (Guernsey) and a life lived there in the early twentieth century.

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  11. I ended up reading The Book Thief last month and forgot to post it here! My review isn't super in depth but it was a fantastic novel & I highly recommend it.

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  12. This is a fascinating, interesting & fun collection of tales .

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  13. That completes the Europe portion for me!

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  14. Good to see the progress you have made.

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  15. Paris Was Ours is a lovely collection of Paris experiences by a variety of writers.

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  16. Oops, "Snow Angels" is set in Finland. :D

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  17. I finished up the Europe part of the challenge. Sadly I'm lacking in the rest of the world, but still making fairly good progress!

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  18. I hope other enjoy the story as much as I did!

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  19. A very interesting look at the culture of Turkey.

    Beth C

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  20. Set in Florence, the book is an interesting mystery set in a city no often found in the genre.

    Beth C

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  21. This one is a memoir by Johanna Adorjan and takes place largely in Denmark. It's a very emotional book for me.

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  22. Struggling with links today! The first link I added isn't the right one if you could please delete it but the one right after it is the correct one. And the book is from France.

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  23. Yay!My 1st book of the challenge(Room by Emma Donaghue) and i loved it! Looking forward to more reading :)

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  24. Forgot to add Tomorrow Pamplona is from the Nederlands.

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  25. this is the 2nd book I've read by this author & have enjoyed both.

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  26. My link has stopped working! I'm going to post again and make the title of my book more clear. Please delete #56.

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  27. Okay, I'm done Europe now.
    Have catching up to do on some others though!

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  28. Two reviews posted Mr. Toppit (England) and Enough about Love (France).

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  29. I had fun listing England, Scotland and Wales for my countries, but if that seems like cheating I also have France and Germany covered.

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