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message 1: by Lisarenee (last edited Apr 01, 2011 05:55PM) (new)

Lisarenee | 7659 comments
 

This challenge was created to help you expand your reading horizon by encouraging you to read books by authors that do not reside in the country you do. Like Jules Verne's book, for which this challenge was named, you have 80 days with which to complete this challenge. Once you're finished feel free to start it again.

  


Levels of Play:
Bronze - 2-3 books
Silver - 4-8 books
Gold - 9-12 books
Platinum - 13+ books


message 2: by Carolyn F. (new)

Carolyn F. I'll start January 1, 2011.


message 3: by Nici (new)

Nici (queennici102) | 20 comments i am not sure i understand the challenge


message 4: by Lisarenee (last edited Dec 28, 2010 07:32PM) (new)

Lisarenee | 7659 comments You are supposed to read books from authors who live in other countries. For instance, Melina Marchetta and Markus Zusak both live in Australia so if you live in the US you could read books by those particular authors. Tana French is from Ireland so she would be another author you could read a book from. J.K. Rowling is from Great Britain so that is another possible author you could read books from. Paulo Coelho,from Brazil, is another author you may wish to read a book from. Kelley Armstrong is from Canada so you may wish to include books she wrote. Stieg Larsson was from Sweden so you may choose to read books by him. Does that help?


message 5: by Nici (new)

Nici (queennici102) | 20 comments yes thanks


message 6: by Diane (last edited Dec 28, 2010 07:52PM) (new)

Diane So, it doesn't mater so much where the book is set, but rather where the author is from? Example, if I read Veronika Decides to Die by Paulo Coelho, it would count as Brazil (where Coelho is from) and not Slovenia (where the book takes place). Is that right?


message 7: by Lisarenee (new)

Lisarenee | 7659 comments Yes. This challenge is geared toward getting you to read books by authors from other countries, not about other countries.


message 8: by Lisarenee (last edited Jan 31, 2011 07:42AM) (new)

Lisarenee | 7659 comments Start Date: 12/28/10

Country Author Book Finished
Brazil - Paulo Coelho The Devil and Miss Prym 12/28/10
Sweden - Stieg Larsson The Girl Who Kicked the Hornet's Nest 12/30/10
New Zealand - Nalini Singh Caressed By Ice
Canada - Kelley Armstrong Counterfeit Magic
France - Tatiana de Rosnay A Secret Kept



message 9: by Diane (last edited Jan 12, 2011 09:49PM) (new)


message 10: by Carol (new)

Carol (peppersgirl) | 113 comments Ok count me in. I'm starting today so my challenge will run through March 18. One question though if we read two books by authors of the same country would both of those books count or does each book need to be from a differnt country. Example if I read two books by English Authors would they both count? Or just the first one since it was the first book I read by someone from that country?


message 11: by Lisarenee (new)

Lisarenee | 7659 comments You can read more than one book per author, but try to read from at least 2 different countries overall. I was debating that very question overnight after I posted the challenge. I look forward to seeing what everyone will read. I was looking at my books and noticed only a small portion of the authors I read come from other countries, hence I thought I should challenge myself and, consequently, others to read books by authors outside the country they live in.


message 12: by Mandy (new)

Mandy (mandypants) Would authors that were born and lived in different countries but reside in my country count? One example would be Ha Jin who is from China, but resides in Boston.


message 13: by Sashana (new)

Sashana Mandy wrote: "Would authors that were born and lived in different countries but reside in my country count? One example would be Ha Jin who is from China, but resides in Boston."

For sure.


message 14: by Mandy (last edited Mar 29, 2011 01:14PM) (new)

Mandy (mandypants) In that case, I’m going to go with where an author was born. I probably won't start until next year. But, I'm a planner. So...


1. India-Salman Rushdie- Luka and the Fire of Life Read: 2/1/11
2. New Zealand- Juliet Marillier- Daughter of the Forest Read: 1/17/11
3. Algeria-Albert Camus- The Plague Read: 3/29/11
4. Ireland- John Banville- The Sea Read: 1/15/11
5. China- Ha Jin-A Good Fall: Stories Read: 1/16/11
6. Brazil- Clarice Lispector- Family Ties Read: 3/7/11
7. Canada-Mary Swan - The Boys in the Trees Read: 1/30/11
8. Zimbabwe- Alexander McCall Smith- The Comforts of a Muddy Saturday Read: 1/29/11
9. United Kingdom- Noël Coward- Blithe Spirit Read: 3/8/11
10. Russia- Vladimir Nabokov- The Original of Laura Read: 1/16/11
11. Australia- Melina Marchetta- Saving Francesca Read: 1/10/11
12. Mexico- Luis Alberto Urrea- The Hummingbird's Daughter Read: 1/31/11
13. Italy- Andrea Camilleri- August Heat Read: 1/15/11

Completed: 13/13
Finished Challenge: 3/29/11



message 15: by Mandy (last edited Jan 01, 2011 01:30PM) (new)

Mandy Beyers (mandybeyers) | 173 comments I am attempting platinum level, starting today.

2/13 Completed

1. The Italian's Miracle Family by Lucy Gordon (England/Italy) 1/1
2. Hinds' Feet on High Places by Hannah Hurnard (England/Switzerland/Israel) 1/1

The Italian's Miracle Family (Harlequin Romance) by Lucy Gordon Hinds' Feet on High Places by Hannah Hurnard


message 16: by Rachel (new)

Rachel | 2 comments I'm an Expat American living in Japan. Am I cheating if I read an American author? And do rereads count? I've been wanting to go through Imagining Argentina again.


message 17: by Rachel (last edited Jan 01, 2011 10:04PM) (new)

Rachel | 2 comments If you need inspiration, check out this list.


message 18: by Carol (last edited Mar 13, 2011 12:39PM) (new)

Carol (peppersgirl) | 113 comments Bronze Level

Italy:
Name of the Rose by Umberto Eco

England:
Lark Rise to Candleford by Flora Thompson

Columbia:
No by Claudia Rueda

Silver Level:

England:
Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix by J.K. Rowling
The Practical Naturalist by Chris Packham
Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince by J.K. Rowling
The Way Things Work by David Macaulay

Ghana:
Any Human Heart by William Boyd

Gold Level:

England:
Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows by J.K. Rowling
The Imam's Daughter by Hannah Shah


message 19: by Lisarenee (new)

Lisarenee | 7659 comments Rachel, Rereads do count. Go ahead and read an American author since your living in Japan.


message 20: by Lisarenee (new)

Lisarenee | 7659 comments Amanda, Wow 2 books already.


message 21: by Amy J. (new)

Amy J. | 686 comments I plan on starting this on Feb 14th. So I'll be finished on May 4th, I think.

I figure I might as well try for platinum status,

So if we go by country of birth, Cassandra Claire who was born to American parents living in Tehran, would count as Iran, right?


message 22: by [deleted user] (last edited Feb 18, 2011 04:53AM) (new)

I'll sign up for this challenge. Even though I'm from Denmark, I will challange myself to try and avoid American and British authors as well

I'll return with level and startdate during the weekend.


message 23: by Amy J. (last edited Mar 18, 2011 05:46PM) (new)

Amy J. | 686 comments Timeline: Feb 18th - May 8th


England
1. Original Sin by P.D. James Completed 2/19

Scotland
2. Ivanhoe by Walter Scott Completed 2/21
3. The Hound of the Baskervilles by Arthur Conan Doyle Completed 2/26

Belarus
4. I, Robot by Isaac Asimov Completed 3/2

Morocco
5. The Almond: The Sexual Awakening of a Muslim Woman byNedjma Completed 3/3
12. The Elegance of the Hedgehog by Muriel Barbery Completed 3/18

Colombia
6. One Hundred Years of Solitude by Gabriel García Márquez Completed 3/5

Mexico
7. The Strain by Guillermo Del Toro Completed 3/7
8. The Fall by Guillermo Del Toro Completed 3/9

Iran
9. Pomegranate Soup: A Novel by Marsha Mehran Completed 3/10

Ireland
10. The Picture of Dorian Gray by Oscar Wilde Completed 3/11

Czech Republic
11. Metamorphosis by Franz Kafka Completed 3/14


message 24: by Amy J. (last edited Feb 21, 2011 07:32PM) (new)

Amy J. | 686 comments niquae wrote: "I don't know if I'll manage to finish this, considering the books I've chosen, but I'll give it a shot.

Start: June 1, 2011
End: August 19, 2011

Kazakhstan/Russia
The Night Watch by Sergei Lukya..."


I think I've seen a film based on The Night Watch...


message 25: by Shay (new)

Shay | 923 comments They made Night Watch and Day Watch into movies. It's one of my son's favorite vampire movies. I didn't realize they were books or he would have had to read the books first. Oh well.


message 26: by Amy J. (last edited Feb 21, 2011 07:44PM) (new)

Amy J. | 686 comments I thought there was a third movie, but netflix doesn't have it. I thought they were very solid movies. Now that I've been reminded of them I want to read the books too.

I was planning to do Crime and Punishment for my Russian Novel. I may have to change my plans.

ETA: Twilight Watch has been long planned but never made


message 27: by Say (new)

Say (say_22) | 21 comments i'm in...=)


message 28: by Amy J. (last edited Apr 01, 2011 05:21PM) (new)

Amy J. | 686 comments I've gone PLATINUM, baby!

And since I've got about a month and a half to go, I'm going to try to go double platinum (26 books). The list so far:

Timeline: Feb 18th - May 8th


England
1. Original Sin by P.D. James Completed 2/19

Scotland
2. Ivanhoe by Walter Scott Completed 2/21
3. The Hound of the Baskervilles by Arthur Conan Doyle Completed 2/26

Belarus
4. I, Robot by Isaac Asimov Completed 3/2

Morocco
5. The Almond: The Sexual Awakening of a Muslim Woman byNedjma Completed 3/3
12. The Elegance of the Hedgehog by Muriel Barbery Completed 3/18

Colombia
6. One Hundred Years of Solitude by Gabriel García Márquez Completed 3/5

Mexico
7. The Strain by Guillermo Del Toro Completed 3/7
8. The Fall by Guillermo Del Toro Completed 3/9

Iran
9. Pomegranate Soup: A Novel by Marsha Mehran Completed 3/10

Ireland
10. The Picture of Dorian Gray by Oscar Wilde Completed 3/11

Czech Republic
11. Metamorphosis by Franz Kafka Completed 3/14

France
13. Candide by Voltaire Completed 3/19

Original Sin (Adam Dalgliesh, #9) by P.D. James Ivanhoe by Walter Scott The Hound of the Baskervilles by Arthur Conan Doyle I, Robot  by Isaac Asimov The Almond The Sexual Awakening of a Muslim Woman by Nedjma One Hundred Years of Solitude by Gabriel García Márquez The Strain (The Strain, #1) by Guillermo Del Toro The Fall (The Strain, #2) by Guillermo Del Toro Pomegranate Soup A Novel by Marsha Mehran The Picture of Dorian Gray by Oscar Wilde The Metamorphosis by Franz Kafka The Elegance of the Hedgehog by Muriel Barbery Candide by Voltaire


message 29: by Amy J. (last edited Apr 26, 2011 02:50PM) (new)

Amy J. | 686 comments Timeline: Feb 18th - May 8th


England
1. Original Sin by P.D. James Completed 2/19
25. Jane Eyre by Charlotte Brontë Completed 4/22

Scotland
2. Ivanhoe by Walter Scott Completed 2/21
3. The Hound of the Baskervilles by Arthur Conan Doyle Completed 2/26

Belarus
4. I, Robot by Isaac Asimov Completed 3/2

Morocco
5. The Almond: The Sexual Awakening of a Muslim Woman byNedjma Completed 3/3
12. The Elegance of the Hedgehog by Muriel Barbery Completed 3/18

Colombia
6. One Hundred Years of Solitude by Gabriel García Márquez Completed 3/5

Mexico
7. The Strain by Guillermo Del Toro Completed 3/7
8. The Fall by Guillermo Del Toro Completed 3/9

Iran
9. Pomegranate Soup: A Novel by Marsha Mehran Completed 3/10
20. City of Fallen Angels by Cassandra Clare Completed 4/11

Ireland
10. The Picture of Dorian Gray by Oscar Wilde Completed 3/11

Czech Republic
11. Metamorphosis by Franz Kafka Completed 3/14
28. The Unbearable Lightness of Being by Milan Kundera

France
13. Candide by Voltaire Completed 3/19

New Zealand
14. The Bone People by Keri Hulme Completed 3/22

Dominican Republic
15. The Brief Wondrous Life of Oscar Wao by Junot Díaz Completed 3/27

Australia
16. Tender Morsels by Margo Lanagan Completed 3/31

Italy
17. The Solitude of Prime Numbers by Paolo Giordano Completed 4/2

Egypt
18. The Yacoubian Building by Alaa Al Aswany Completed 4/5
24. The Thief and the Dogs by Naguib Mahfouz Completed 4/20

Ukraine
19. The Overcoat and Other Short Stories by Nikolai Gogol Completed 4/9

Brazil
21. Veronika Decides to Die by Paulo Coelho Completed 4/12

Russia
22. Lolita by Vladimir Nabokov Completed 4/17

Turkey
23. Snow by Orhan Pamuk Completed 4/20

Germany
26. Inkspellby Cornelia Funke Completed 4/23

India
27. The Inheritance of Loss by Kiran Desai Completed 4/26


message 30: by Sans (new)

Sans Amy, what did you think of The Bone People?


message 31: by Amy J. (new)

Amy J. | 686 comments It took me a long time to get into it. But once I did, I really enjoyed it.


message 32: by Sans (new)

Sans Gotcha. Thanks!


message 33: by Amy J. (new)

Amy J. | 686 comments Amy wrote: "It took me a long time to get into it. But once I did, I really enjoyed it."

I guess I could add a bit more about it. It often made me very uncomfortable. Although, the story wasn't about child abuse per se, it was a heavy component in the story, which made it a difficult book to read.


message 34: by Amy J. (new)

Amy J. | 686 comments Mandy wrote: "In that case, I’m going to go with where an author was born. I probably won't start until next year. But, I'm a planner. So...


1. India-Salman Rushdie- [book:Luka and the Fire of L..."


Congratulations, Mandy! Well done. Did you enjoy the challenge? Of the books you read, which was your favorite? And what did you think of The Stranger? I'm thinking about reading it myself.


message 35: by Mandy (new)

Mandy (mandypants) I did enjoy it. I had flashbacks to my undergrad Lit classes. I don't know which book was my favorite. There were so many good ones and a couple of bad ones. I always love the way Rushdie writes. Nobokov's would have been fantastic had he not died before he finished.

I haven't read The Stranger in ages. But, it was more accessible than The Plague. The Plague was just too heavy handed with the sisyphean theme.

Out of the books you've read, Ms. Double Platinum, which did you dislike the most?


message 36: by Amy J. (new)

Amy J. | 686 comments I've never read Rushdie. But I've had his The Satanic Verses sitting on my bookshelf for years. So far this has been my favorite challenge.

Sorry I confused which Camus novel you read. When reading through your list last time I really did think it said the The Stranger not the Plague. Guess I saw what I wanted to see. Unless you went and changed it on me as an "April Fools Day" joke?

My least favorite is difficult. I guess I have to go with Ivanhoe. I just got so bored with it after a time.


message 37: by Mandy (new)

Mandy (mandypants) No April Fools joke. :-) The Stranger is definitely better, but it's still existentialism. So, you have to like that sort of thing. But, you read Kafka. You would know.

I haven't read The Satanic Verses yet. The library doesn't have a copy. Of course, that shouldn't be a surprise being in the south.

Putting Ivanhoe on my list of books to never read.


message 38: by Amy J. (last edited Apr 28, 2011 05:30PM) (new)

Amy J. | 686 comments Timeline: Feb 18th - May 8th
Challenge Complete: April 28th
Status Achieved: Double Platinum
Books read: 28
Countries read: 21

Worst book: Ivanhoe
Best book: The Unbearable Lightness of Being
Made me the most uncomfortable: Lolita
Most likely to reread:Jane Eyre

Complete List:
England
1. Original Sin by P.D. James Completed 2/19
25. Jane Eyre by Charlotte Brontë Completed 4/22

Scotland
2. Ivanhoe by Walter Scott Completed 2/21
3. The Hound of the Baskervilles by Arthur Conan Doyle Completed 2/26

Belarus
4. I, Robot by Isaac Asimov Completed 3/2

Morocco
5. The Almond: The Sexual Awakening of a Muslim Woman byNedjma Completed 3/3
12. The Elegance of the Hedgehog by Muriel Barbery Completed 3/18

Colombia
6. One Hundred Years of Solitude by Gabriel García Márquez Completed 3/5

Mexico
7. The Strain by Guillermo Del Toro Completed 3/7
8. The Fall by Guillermo Del Toro Completed 3/9

Iran
9. Pomegranate Soup: A Novel by Marsha Mehran Completed 3/10
20. City of Fallen Angels by Cassandra Clare Completed 4/11

Ireland
10. The Picture of Dorian Gray by Oscar Wilde Completed 3/11

Czech Republic
11. Metamorphosis by Franz Kafka Completed 3/14
28. The Unbearable Lightness of Being by Milan Kundera

France
13. Candide by Voltaire Completed 3/19

New Zealand
14. The Bone People by Keri Hulme Completed 3/22

Dominican Republic
15. The Brief Wondrous Life of Oscar Wao by Junot Díaz Completed 3/27

Australia
16. Tender Morsels by Margo Lanagan Completed 3/31

Italy
17. The Solitude of Prime Numbers by Paolo Giordano Completed 4/2

Egypt
18. The Yacoubian Building by Alaa Al Aswany Completed 4/5
24. The Thief and the Dogs by Naguib Mahfouz Completed 4/20

Ukraine
19. The Overcoat and Other Short Stories by Nikolai Gogol Completed 4/9

Brazil
21. Veronika Decides to Die by Paulo Coelho Completed 4/12

Russia
22. Lolita by Vladimir Nabokov Completed 4/17

Turkey
23. Snow by Orhan Pamuk Completed 4/20

Germany
26. Inkspellby Cornelia Funke Completed 4/23

India
27. The Inheritance of Loss by Kiran Desai Completed 4/26

Original Sin (Adam Dalgliesh, #9) by P.D. James Ivanhoe by Walter Scott The Hound of the Baskervilles by Arthur Conan Doyle I, Robot  by Isaac Asimov The Almond The Sexual Awakening of a Muslim Woman by Nedjma One Hundred Years of Solitude by Gabriel García Márquez The Strain (The Strain, #1) by Guillermo Del Toro The Fall (The Strain, #2) by Guillermo Del Toro Pomegranate Soup by Marsha Mehran The Picture of Dorian Gray by Oscar Wilde The Metamorphosis by Franz Kafka Candide by Voltaire The Bone People by Keri Hulme The Brief Wondrous Life of Oscar Wao by Junot Díaz Tender Morsels by Margo Lanagan The Solitude of Prime Numbers by Paolo Giordano The Yacoubian Building by Alaa Al Aswany The Overcoat and Other Short Stories (Dover Thrift Editions) by Nikolai Gogol City of Fallen Angels (The Mortal Instruments, #4) by Cassandra Clare Veronika Decides to Die by Paulo Coelho Lolita by Vladimir Nabokov Snow by Orhan Pamuk The Thief and the Dogs by Naguib Mahfouz Jane Eyre by Charlotte Brontë Inkspell (Inkheart, #2) by Cornelia Funke The Inheritance of Loss by Kiran Desai The Unbearable Lightness of Being by Milan Kundera


message 39: by Laura (new)

Laura | 98 comments Im in....

Silver

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message 40: by Catherine (last edited May 29, 2012 05:40PM) (new)

Catherine | 5051 comments This challenge was created to help you expand your reading horizon by encouraging you to read books by authors that do not reside in the country you do. Like Jules Verne's book, for which this challenge was named, you have 80 days with which to complete this challenge. Once you're finished feel free to start it again.



Levels of Play:
Bronze - 2-3 books
Silver - 4-8 books
Gold - 9-12 books
Platinum - 13+ books


Ok...can I join this challenge? and can I use books that I have read from Jan? or do I start from now? and does this challenge have a time limit?


message 41: by Lisa Kay (new)

Lisa Kay (lisakayalicemaria) | 15159 comments Catherine, I'll check with Lisarenee.


message 42: by Lisarenee (last edited May 30, 2012 01:00PM) (new)

Lisarenee | 7659 comments Catherine,
We set parameters for the challenges to give you something to aim/shoot for. You don't really need to complete the challenge in 80 days. The real challenge is to complete the task. So to answer your questions, you can definitely use books you've read in January.


message 43: by Catherine (last edited Aug 23, 2012 12:38PM) (new)

Catherine | 5051 comments ok, cool! thanks!

I think I'll put myself at Silver for now...but that may change once I go through all my books!
31/5/12-18/8/12 (80 days!)


1. Iran
City of Glass..Cassandra Clare(book 3)(31 May)
Clockwork Angel..Cassandra Clare(book 1)(done)

2. Ireland
Sheila O'Flanagan..How Will I Know(2 Aug)

3. India
The Reluctant Matchmaker..Shobhan Bantwal(14 Aug)

4. Columbia
Love in the Time of Cholera..Gabriel Garcia Marquez

5. Australia
Sabriel..Garth Nix(book 1)(

6. Russia
Paullina Simons..Tatiana & Alexander(book 2)(29 June)
Ilona Andrews..Magic Bites(3 July)

7. Spain
Félix J. Palma..The Map of time(book 1)(27 July)

8. Turkey
Elif Shafak..THe Forty Rule of Love(20 Aug)


message 44: by Lani (new)

Lani (hiddenpasts) | 120 comments I'm in a rut of reading only American and British lit so I'll use this as an opportunity to branch out. I'm banning British lit from counting for me even though I'm American. I think I'll go for platinum but we'll see how well that goes.

June 3 - September 2

0/13


message 45: by Catherine (new)

Catherine | 5051 comments I am going to try to read anything but British and american authors for this challenge...as I reside both here and there! so far i am doing well!!!


message 46: by Catherine (last edited Dec 31, 2012 05:22PM) (new)

Catherine | 5051 comments I completed it within the 80 days!... but I have a couple extra books that I put on...and I am going to continue!


I am amending this.....I am starting the challenge again....just to make it fair.
I completed Level: Silver thr first time....in post 43. I have to go through my books again....to see what I can do this time.



1. Australia
Posie Graeme-Evans..The Island House((25 Sept)


2. Iran
Cassandra Clare..The Clockwork Prince(book 2)(4 Oct)
Cassandra Clare..City of Lost Souls(book 5)(read)


3. Columbia(as I did not finish this one for the last go round!)
Gabriel Garcia Marquez..Love in the Time of Cholera


4. Ireland
Patrick Taylor..An Irish Country Wedding(book 7)(13 Dec)


5. Russia
Paulinna Simons..The Summer Garden(book 3)(29 Nov)


6. South Korea
Carol McCleary..The Formula for Murder(book 3)(read)

7. Canada
Sylvain Reynard..Gabriel's Inferno(book 1)(read)


message 47: by Aina (new)

Aina | 27 comments At least I get a bronze...

Around the World in 80 Days Reading Challenge (14 July 2012 - 5 October 2012) I'm from malaysia, btw

America - Tuesdays with Morrie by Mitch Albom
Scotland - Three Adventures Of Sherlock Holmes: Level 4, Rla by Arthur Conan Doyle
Netherlands - The Diary of a Young Girl by Anne Frank


message 48: by [deleted user] (new)

I think an interesting addition would be to try and get an author from each continent. Since I don't think anyone permanently resides in Antarctica, you could read the memoirs of someone who stayed there, a book that has its setting there, etc. Even if you don't include Antarctica though, it would still be fun. =)


message 49: by Lisa Kay (new)

Lisa Kay (lisakayalicemaria) | 15159 comments That is a neat idea, Tia. :o)


message 50: by Laventeli (last edited May 27, 2014 02:59PM) (new)

Laventeli | 137 comments Hmm it seems that this challenge thread is pretty dead. I'm going to do this anyway. Gives me an excuse to seek out foreign authors. I'm from Finland.
09.03.2014-28.5.2014 The challenge done with a gold medal. Quite pleased with myself considering that this wasn't my primary reason when choosing a book.

The United States
In The Forests of Serre by Patricia A. McKillip Patricia A. McKillip 10.03.2014

Kanada
Shenzhen by Guy Delisle Guy Delisle


United Kingdom
Abarat (Abarat, #1) by Clive Barker Clive Barker 09.03.2014
Maailmojen sota by H.G. Wells War of the Worlds 12.03.2014

Netherlands
Dreams Underfoot (Newford, #1) by Charles de Lint Charles de Lint 24.03.2014

Germany
The Neverending Story by Michael Ende Michael Ende 03.05.2014

France
Voice Over by Céline Curiol Céline Curiol 27.05.2014


New Zealand
The Other Side of Silence by Margaret Mahy Margaret Mahy 26.03


Afghanistan
A Thousand Splendid Suns by Khaled Hosseini Khaled Hosseini 28.05

Iran
Persepolis The Story of a Childhood (Persepolis, #1-2) by Marjane Satrapi Marjane Satrapi 11.04.2014

Ivory Coast
Aya (Aya #1) by Marguerite Abouet Marguerite Abouet 11.04.2014


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