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message 1: by Kiri (last edited Aug 20, 2012 08:54AM) (new)

Kiri (Kirini) | 3 comments Ok, here is the start of my list, I plan to add to it as I go on. I'm going to try to do this by Author's nationality to make it a little harder for myself as I don't know that many foreign authors so this will hopefully push me to expand my knowledge base!

1. Italy – The Divine Comedy, Dante
2. England – Le Morte d'Arthur: King Arthur & the Legends of the Round Table, Malory
3. France – The Empire Of Darkness, Jacq
4. Russia – The First Circle, Solzhenitsyn
5. Switzerland - Tschiffely’s Ride/The Tale of Two Horses: A 10,000 Mile Journey as Told by the Horses, Tschffely
6. Netherlands – The Diary of a Young Girl, Frank
7. Afghanistan – The Kite Runner, Hosseini
8. Japan – Sputnik Sweetheart, Murakami
9. USA – Moby-Dick, Melville
10. Canada – Life of Pi, Martel
11. China – Wild Swans: Three Daughters of China, Chang
12. Sweden – The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo, Larsson
13. Finland – Travelling Light, Jansson
14. Wales – The Mabinogion
15. Austria – Seven Years in Tibet, Harrer
16. Algeria – Camus
17. Dominica – After Leaving Mr. Mackenzie, Rhys
18. Czech Republic – The Unbearable Lightness of Being, Kundera
19. Ireland – A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man/Ulysses, Joyce
20. Uruguay – The Invisible Mountain, De Robertis
21. Norway – Sophie's World, Gaarder
22. Scotland - Friends, Lovers, Chocolate, McCall Smith
23. Australia - Silver Brumby Stories Omnibus (Sb Kingdom, Sb Whirlwind, Son Of The Whirlwind), Mitchell

message 2: by Judy (new)

Judy (patchworkcat) | 2212 comments I'm glad you are joining in the fun, Kiri! I like your list. I finished Moby-Dick earlier this year and enjoyed it. Happy reading!

message 3: by Kiri (new)

Kiri (Kirini) | 3 comments Thanks Judy, I did enjoy Moby Dick, although I found parts of the middle section a little bit hard going!

message 4: by Judy (new)

Judy (patchworkcat) | 2212 comments It does slow down in places, but its any and everything you could ever want to know about whaling at the turn of the century, huh? i see it as a non-fiction and fiction book all in one. I'm glad you enjoyed it!

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