OOps -- I fogot to list that the country was Sweden.
I have added it, Beth.
Doghead, by Morten Ramsland (Denmark) http://publicsphere.typepad.com/toberead/2011/01/doghead-by-morten-ramsland.html
this is a fantastic series of tales, dreams and nightmares.
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 :/
This is a fantastic story, series of stories, tales within tales etc by Italo Calvino.
Interesting series by a mother and son writing team, who are Americans but write about post WW I, England with much insight.
Please add my entry under Holland.
Unspoken by Mari Jungstedt to be added to the Europe list. Well written Nordic thriller.
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.
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.
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.
This is a fascinating, interesting & fun collection of tales .
That completes the Europe portion for me!
Good to see the progress you have made.
Paris Was Ours is a lovely collection of Paris experiences by a variety of writers.
Oops, "Snow Angels" is set in Finland. :D
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!
I hope other enjoy the story as much as I did!
A very interesting look at the culture of Turkey.Beth C
Set in Florence, the book is an interesting mystery set in a city no often found in the genre.Beth C
This one is a memoir by Johanna Adorjan and takes place largely in Denmark. It's a very emotional book for me.
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.
Yay!My 1st book of the challenge(Room by Emma Donaghue) and i loved it! Looking forward to more reading :)
Forgot to add Tomorrow Pamplona is from the Nederlands.
this is the 2nd book I've read by this author & have enjoyed both.
My link has stopped working! I'm going to post again and make the title of my book more clear. Please delete #56.
Okay, I'm done Europe now.Have catching up to do on some others though!
Two reviews posted Mr. Toppit (England) and Enough about Love (France).
I had fun listing England, Scotland and Wales for my countries, but if that seems like cheating I also have France and Germany covered.