Books in this genre are set in or about Algeria.

Most Read This Week Tagged "Algeria"

The Sealwoman's Gift
Paris in the Present Tense
Nos richesses
The Meursault Investigation
Algeria Is Beautiful Like America
The Dictator's Last Night
Robert Fisk on Algeria
Dispute Over a Very Italian Piglet
Les anges meurent de nos blessures
2084: La fin du monde
Qu'attendent les singes
The French Intifada: The Long War Between France and Its Arabs
The Stranger
The Plague
The Meursault Investigation
A Savage War of Peace: Algeria, 1954-1962
Ce que le jour doit à la nuit
The Lovers of Algeria
Fantasia: An Algerian Cavalcade
ذاكرة الجسد
Algerian White
The German Mujahid
The Fall
Swallows of Kabul
Children of the New World
The Last Summer of Reason
So Vast the Prison
Americanah by Chimamanda Ngozi AdichieWhat the Earl Desires by Aliyah BurkeA Respectable Trade by Philippa GregoryHer Reluctant Viscount by Aliyah BurkeOf Fear and Faith by N.D. Jones
Africans in Romance
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The Hundred Thousand Kingdoms by N.K. JemisinEverfair by Nisi ShawlThe Unkindness of Ravens by Abra Staffin-WiebeAfromyth by J.S. EmuakporA Stranger in Olondria by Sofia Samatar
Africa-Influenced Epic Fantasy
9 books — 1 voter
Blood River by Tim ButcherThings Fall Apart by Chinua AchebeThe Poisonwood Bible by Barbara KingsolverChasing the Devil by Tim ButcherHalf of a Yellow Sun by Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie
Africa (fiction and nonfiction)
1,347 books — 1,479 voters

Things Fall Apart by Chinua AchebeHalf of a Yellow Sun by Chimamanda Ngozi AdichieCutting for Stone by Abraham VergheseAfrican Safari with Ted and Raymond by Rhonda PattonThe Poisonwood Bible by Barbara Kingsolver
Fictitious Africa
372 books — 204 voters
The Hidden Face of Eve by Nawal El-SaadawiHeadscarves and Hymens by Mona EltahawyThe Veil and the Male Elite by Fatema MernissiCasting off the Veil by Sania Sharawi LanfranchiMemoirs of an Early Arab Feminist by عنبرة سلام الخالدي
Arab feminism
39 books — 15 voters

Henry Kissinger
Bouteflika: Your position was one of principle, it was very clear. Your press—Newsweek, the New York Times—were very objective on the problem. And we find that the U.S. could have stopped the Green March. The U.S. could have stopped it, or favored it. Kissinger: That’s not true. Bouteflika: We think on the contrary that France played a crude role. There was no delicacy, no subtlety. Bourguiba, Senghor—they tried to use what influence remained for France. Bongo. No finesse, no research. I don’t k ...more
Henry Kissinger

Peace wins over wealth.
Algerian Proverb

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