Around the World in Words: The List

The list of books I’ve read so far for Around the World in Words.

      1. SOUTH AFRICA – Bongani Madondo – Sigh, the Beloved Country
      2. JAPAN – Hiroshi Sakurazaka – All You Need Is Kill
      3. SPAIN – Arturo Pérez-Reverte – Captain Alatriste
      4. CANADA – Margaret Atwood – Cat’s Eye
      5. ALGERIA – Yasmina Khadra – The Angels Die
      6. CZECH REPUBLIC – Karel Čapek – War with the Newts
      7. ZIMBABWE – Tsitsi Dangarembga – Nervous Conditions
      8. RUSSIA – Boris Pasternak – The Last Summer
      9. NIGERIA – Wole Soyinka – Climate of Fear
      10. ENGLAND – Agatha Christie – Postern of Fate
      11. HUNGARY – Magda Szabó – The Door
      12. CHINA – Murong Xuecun – Leave Me Alone: A Novel of Chengdu
      13. CHILE – Isabel Allende – The House of the Spirits
      14. MOZAMBIQUE – Lília Momplé – Neighbours
      15. LEBANON – Hanan al-Shaykh – The Locust and the Bird
      16. MALTA – Edward de Bono – Six Thinking Hats
      17. SWITZERLAND – Johanna Spyri – Heidi
      18. MALAYSIA – Yang-May Ooi – The Flame Tree
      19. IRELAND – James Joyce – The Dubliners
      20. NORWAY – Tarjei Vesaas – The Seed
      21. BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA – Aleksandar Hemon – The Book of My Lives
      22. SOUTH KOREA – Han Kang – The Vegetarian
      23.  POLAND – Wladyslaw Szpilman – The Pianist
      24. INDIA – Siddhartha Debb – The Point of Return
      25. THE DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC OF CONGO – Fiston Mwanza Mujila – Tram 83
      26. URUGUAY – Mario Benedetti – Springtime in a Broken Mirror
      27. ISRAEL – Yuval Noah Harari – Sapiens: A Brief History of Humankind
      28. ITALY – Niccolò Machiavelli – The Prince
      29. SIERRA LEONE – Ishmael Beah – Radiance of Tomorrow
      30. PERU – Santiago Roncagliolo  – Red April
      31. DENMARK – Else Roesdal – The Vikings
      32. DOMINICA – Jean Rhys – Till September Petronella
      33. BELGIUM – Georges Simenon – Letter to my Mother
      34. BHUTAN – Dzongsar Jamyang Khyentse – What Makes You Not a Buddhist
      35. IRAQ – Muhsin al-Ramli – The President’s Garden
      36. TURKEY – Serdar Ozkan – The Missing Rose
      37. ARGENTINA – César Aira – Ghosts, An Episode in the Life of a Landscape Painter, and The Literary Conference
      38. FRANCE – Victor Hugo – Les Misérables
      39. UGANDA – Monica Arac de Nyeko – The Banana Eater
      40. CAPE VERDE – Eileen Barbosa – Two Fragments of Love
      41. EQUATORIAL GUINEA – Recaredo Silebo Boturu – Alú 
      42. CÔTE D’IVOIRE – Edwige-Renée Dro – The Professor
      43. KENYA – Linda Musita – Cinema Demons
      44. MALAWI – Stanley Onjezani Kenani – The Old Man and the Pub
      45. ANGOLA – Ondjaki – I’m Going to Make Changes in the Kitchen
      46. TANZANIA – Mohamed Yunus Rafiq – Hope’s Hunter
      47. SCOTLAND – Irvine Welsh – Trainspotting
      48. VENEZUELA – Rómulo Gallegos – Doña Bárbara
      49. FINLAND – Tove Jansson – The Summer Book
      50. EGYPT – Nawal El Saadawi – Memoirs of a Woman Doctor
      51. BRAZIL – Paulo Coelho – Hippie
      52. VIETNAM – Kien Nguyen – The Tapestries
      53. AUSTRIA – Stefan Zweig – The Post Office Girl
      54. SWEDEN – Jonas Jonasson – The 100 Year-Old Man Who Climbed Out the Window and Disappeared
      55. MOROCCO – Tahar Ben Jelloun – Leaving Tangier
      56. GHANA –  Kwei Quartey – Murder at Cape Three Points (Darko Dawson #3)
      57. ICELAND –  Yrsa Sigurðardóttir – I Remember You
      58. UKRAINE – Maria Matios – Hardly Ever Otherwise
      59. BARBADOS – Karen Lord – Redemption in Indigo
      60. SLOVAKIA – Uršuľa Kovalyk – The Equestrienne 
      61. COLOMBIA – Gabriel García Márquez – The General in his Labyrinth
      62. PAKISTAN – Jamil Ahmad – The Wandering Falcon
      63. TOGO – Tété-Michel Kpomassie – An African in Greenland
      64. SINGAPORE – Ovidia Yu – The Betel Nut Tree Mystery
      65. NEW ZEALAND – Witi Ihimaera – The Whale Rider 
      66. YEMEN – Wajdi al-Ahdal – A Land without Jasmine
      67. SAMOA – Sia Figiel – FREELOVE
      68. HAITI – René Depestre – Hadriana in All My Dreams 
      69. NEPAL – Samrat Upadhyay – Mad Country 
      70. PHILIPPINES – Nick Joaquin – The Woman Who Had Two Navels and Tales of the Tropical Gothic 
      71. NETHERLANDS – Herman Koch – The Dinner
      72. MEXICO – Carmen Boullosa – Before
      73. PALESTINE – Adania Shibli – Touch
      74. THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA – Kurt Vonnegut – Slaughterhouse 5
      75. INDONESIA – Eka Kurniawan – Beauty is a Wound
      76. REPUBLIC OF THE CONGO – Alain Mabanckou – Broken Glass
      77. IRAN – Azar Nafisi – Reading Lolita in Tehran: A Memoir in Books
      78. WALES – Arthur Machen – The Great God Pan
      79. BELARUS – Svetlana Alexievich – The Unwomanly Face of War
      80. CROATIA – Slavenka Drakulić – Café Europa: Life After Communism
      81. JAMAICA – Marlon James – John Crow’s Devil
      82. PORTUGAL – José Saramago – Baltasar and Blimunda
      83. ERITREA – Senait Ghebrehiwet Mehari – Heart of Fire
      84. AUSTRALIA – Peter Carey – True History of the Kelly Gang
      85. TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO – V.S Naipaul – Miguel Street
      86. BULGARIA – Hristo Karastoyanov – The Same Night Awaits Us All
      87. SOMALIA – Ahmed Ismail Yusuf – The Lion’s Binding Oath and Other Stories
      88. LATVIA – Inga Ābele – High Tide
      89. SERBIA – Téa Obreht – The Tiger’s Wife
      90. ALBANIA – Ismael Kadare – The Siege
      91. ESTONIA – Andrus Kivirähk – The Man Who Spoke Snakish
      92. SYRIA – Salwa Al Neimi – The Proof of the Honey
      93. ANTIGUA AND BARBUDA – Jamaica Kincaid – Mr. Potter

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