Books In Translation Reading Challenge

Ah, ah another challenge according to my heart!

As I read 13 books in translation last year, and as I’m going to travel to 52 countries this year, it looks safe to aim at the LINGUIST LEVEL 10-12 BOOKS

1. The Adventures of Hergé, by José-Louis Bocquet – from the French

2. Saint Gregory Palamas As a Hagiorite, by Ierotheos of Nafpaktos – from the Greek

3. Exploring the Inner Universe, by Roman Braga – from the Romanian

4. The Boy in the Suitcase, by Lene Kaaberbol and Agnete Friis – from the Danish

5. If On A Winter’s Night A Traveler, by Italo Calvino – from the Italian

6. The Devotion of Suspect X, by Keigo Higashino – from the Japanese

7. The Lovers of Algeria, by Anouar Benmalek – from the French

8. The Harp And The Shadow, by Alejo Carpentier – from the Spanish

9. Invisible Cities, by Italo Calvino – from the Italian

10. The Housekeeper And The Professor, by Yoko Ogawa – from the Japanese

11. The Master and Margarita, by Mikhail Bulgakov – from the Russian

12. To The End Of The Land, by David Grossman – from the Hebrew

13. The Ascetical Homilies of Saint Isaac The Syrian – from the Syriac

14. Salvation of a Saint, by Keigo Higashino – from the Japanese

15. Itinerary, by Octavio Paz – from the Spanish

16. The Thief, by Fuminori Nakamura – from the Japanese

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