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message 1: by GabsAboutBooks (last edited Apr 29, 2018 08:08AM) (new)

GabsAboutBooks Let's try to visit 50 countries. The book needs to be set there at least a quarter of the time. Alternatively, the author can be from a different country as well.
1 Iraq
2 Cuba
3 England x7
4 Kenia
5 Finland
6 Denmark
7 Scotland
9 Germany x2
10 Russia
11 Australia
12 Aruba
13 Holland
14 France x2
15 Japan x9
16 Czech Republic- Prague
17 Portugal
18 Israel
19 Nigeria x2
20 Cote D'Ivoire
21 Italy
22 Romania
23 Syria
24 The Philippines
25 Greece
26 Canada
27 Norway
28 China
29 Indonesia
30 Afghanistan x2
31 Sweden
32 Cambodia
33 Ethiopia
34 Egypt
35 Haiti
36 India
37 Nepal
38 Peru
39 Sierra Leone
40 Spain
41 Ireland
42 Vietnam
43 Switzerland
44 Croatia
45 Poland

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Jamie | 347 comments Can books about a certain country count?

If so Cuba If you were me and lived in cuba by Carole P. Roman

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GabsAboutBooks Russia: Blood Promise by Richelle Mead

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Lamilla | 317 comments Finland Finnish Nightmares 2 An Even More Different Kind of Social Guide to Finland by Karoliina Korhonen

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Catsbooksandcoffee | 20 comments Denmark

Mord på markedet

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Hilde (hilded) | 23 comments Scotland: Trainspotting

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Libby Stephenson | -22 comments I've got Germany in Widowers' Houses

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Mary Oswald | 5 comments Australia: Big Little Lies

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GabsAboutBooks Amber (bookstacksamber) wrote: "Aruba: Acting on Impulse"

Awesome job everyone! We are already 25% done! Updated here

Mel (thebookishmel) (thebookishmel) | 5 comments Holland: The Hiding Place by Corrie Ten Boom

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Lamilla | 317 comments France Lullaby by Leïla Slimani Lullaby

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Ana (blackgoddessreviews) Japan- Kitchen by Banana Yoshimoto

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Elishia | 26 comments Prague - Night of Cake & Puppets by Laini Taylor

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Jen (reader44ever) | 25 comments Weird Things Customers Say in Bookstores by Jen Campbell. My first book - Finished!

This is a nonfiction book that shares bookstore conversations from around the world, but most of them are from the United Kingdom, where the author lives.

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Gnoe Graasland | 31 comments PORTUGAL - The High Mountains of Portugal, by Yann Martel

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Debbie Germany - The Hidden Life of Trees by Peter Wohlleben

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Erika | 15 comments London, England
The Astounding Broccoli Boy

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GabsAboutBooks Shannan wrote: "The Princes in the Tower England"

This challenge is going great! Update here.

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Debbie Nigeria - Dear Ijeawele, or A Feminist Manifesto in Fifteen Suggestions by Chimammanda Ngozi Adichie

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Kinna (kinnareads) Cote D'Ivoire - Far From My Father by Veronique Tadjo

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Gnoe Graasland | 31 comments Donkey Work Can count another one for England!

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GabsAboutBooks Update to message 32.

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Sam (theliteraryhooker) | 6 comments Canada - Hard Core Logo

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Cora (corareading) | 128 comments Norway: Norse Mythology

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Debbie Girl Rising: Changing the World One Girl at a Time by Tanya Lee Stone

No one country dominates this collection of biographical essays, but all of the girls featured are from one of the following countries:

Sierra Leone

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Leni Iversen (leniverse) | 466 comments My kids have read lots of manga by Japanese authors, even though the stories are set in different worlds. So if their Pokemon Adventures and The Promised Neverland, Vol. 2: Control counts, we have Japan x 6.

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Anna (annaholla) | 24 comments Indonesia: The Fish Girl

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Amanda England The Sixth Day

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Amy | 182 comments Sweden A Man Called Ove by Fredrik Backman

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Johanna Afghanistan, the Kite Runner

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GabsAboutBooks updated message 49.

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