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6. Austria: Gut gegen Nordwind

Daniel Glattauer. 2008. Gut gegen Nordwind. Goldmann. München. Daniel Glattauer was born in Vienna in 1960 and from the age of 25 on he has been a journalist and author. Since 1989 he writes for the newspaper “Der Standard” and some of his books have actually been made into movies. Glattauer’s Love virtually is a … Continue reading

Still needed suggestions

Here you find the list of countries for which I still need suggestions. I am constantly looking for books myself, but if you happen to know a great author from any of the countries below, let me know! 🙂 Recommendations on other books than those on my list are welcome, too. It’s not like I’m … Continue reading

2. Finland: Im Wald der gehenkten Füchse.

Arto Paasilinna. 2007. Im Wald der gehenkten Füchse. BLT. Bremen. I studied Finnish and some classes in Finnish literature at university, so finding a book for Finland was an easy choice, too, even though I already read a lot of books written by Finnish authors. If you would like to read something unique, you should … Continue reading

Country list

This will be just a blank country list to keep it a bit cleaner which countries I still need to read. I will start with Norway as it seems. So give me a bit of time for an update. 🙂 Afghanistan Albania Algeria Andorra Angola Antigua and Barbuda Argentina Armenia Australia Austria 6 Azerbaijan Bahamas … Continue reading

My reading project list

My reading list is going to be the following one, based on the UN member state-list to make it easy to begin with. I know that there are some places in the world that e.g. declared independence but aren’t officially a state, but I will stick to the official ones for a start as I will … Continue reading