2016 New authors reading challenge

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I’m shooting for 50 authors.

  1. Couple Mechanics, by Nelly Alard
  2. The Secret of the Old Clock, by Carolyn Keene
  3. La Cache, by Christophe Boltanski
  4. The Queen of the Night, by Alexander Chee
  5. Messandrierre, by Angela Wren
  6. Oblivion, by Sergei Lebedev
  7. Towards the Endless Day, by Olga Lossky
  8. How To Talk About Places You’ve Never Been, by Pierre Bayard
  9. Mon amie américaine, by Michèle Halberstadt
  10. Rouge vif, by Colleen Cross
  11. Le collier rouge, de Jean-Christophe Rufin
  12. Pars vite et reviens tard, by Fred Vargas
  13. The Vegetarian, by Han Kang
  14. Max Gate, by Damien Wilkins
  15. Constellation, by Adrien Bosc
  16. Sleeping Giants, by Sylvain Neuvel
  17. The Complete Review Guide to Contemporary World Fiction, by M. A. Orthofer
  18. All is Not Forgotten, by Wendy Walker
  19. The President’s Hat, by Antoine Laurain
  20. Too Dark to Sleep, by Dianne Gallagher
  21. The House Between Tides, by Sarah Maine
  22. Charlatan, by Kate Braithwaite
  23. Orthodox Spirituality, by Dumitru Staniloae
  24. Trip Through Your Wires, by Sarah Layden
  25. The Madonna of Notre Dame, by Alexis Ragougneau
  26. Katharina Luther: Nun. Rebel. Wife, by Anne Boileau
  27. Meursault, contre-enquête, by Kamel Daoud
  28. Michelangelo’s Ghost, by Gigi Pandian
  29. The Other Einstein, by Marie Benedict
  30. The Wizard of Earthsea, by Ursula K. Le Guin
  31. Martin of Gfenn, by Martha Kennedy
  32. Pancakes in Paris, by Craig Carlson
  33. Occult Paris, by Tobias Churton
  34. The Only Street in Paris, by Elaine Sciolino

35 thoughts on “2016 New authors reading challenge

  1. Pingback: Book review: The Secret of the Old Clock | Words And Peace

  2. Pingback: 2016: January wrap-up | Words And Peace

  3. Pingback: Book review and giveaway: Messandrierre – I love France 182 | Words And Peace

  4. Pingback: 2016: February wrap-up | Words And Peace

  5. Pingback: Book review: Oblivion | Words And Peace

  6. Pingback: Book review: Toward the Endless Day – I love France 183 | Words And Peace

  7. Pingback: Book review: How to Talk About Places You’ve Never Been – I love France 184 | Words And Peace

  8. Pingback: The Inferno 101 | Words And Peace

  9. Pingback: 2016: June wrap-up | Words And Peace

  10. Pingback: Book review: The Vegetarian | Words And Peace

  11. Pingback: Book review: In Other Words | Words And Peace

  12. Pingback: 2016: July wrap-up | Words And Peace

  13. Pingback: Book review: The Complete Review Guide to Contemporary World Fiction | Words And Peace

  14. Pingback: Book review: All Is Not Forgotten | Words And Peace

  15. Pingback: Book review: The President’s Hat – I love France 195 | Words And Peace

  16. Pingback: Book review: Too Dark To Sleep | Words And Peace

  17. Pingback: Book review: The House Between Tides | Words And Peace

  18. Pingback: Book review: Charlatan – I love France 197 | Words And Peace

  19. Pingback: 2016: August wrap-up | Words And Peace

  20. Pingback: Book review: Orthodox Spirituality | Words And Peace

  21. Pingback: Audiobook review: Trip Through Your Wires | Words And Peace

  22. Pingback: Review and giveaway: Time and Regret – I love France #199 | Words And Peace

  23. Pingback: Review and giveaway: The Madonna of Notre Dame – I love France #200 | Words And Peace

  24. Pingback: Review and giveaway: Death at the Paris Exposition – I love France #201 | Words And Peace

  25. Pingback: Review and excerpt: Katharina Luther | Words And Peace

  26. Pingback: 2016: September wrap-up | Words And Peace

  27. Pingback: Book review and giveaway: Michelangelo’s Ghost | Words And Peace

  28. Pingback: 2016: October wrap-up | Words And Peace

  29. Pingback: Book Review: The Other Einstein | Words And Peace

  30. Pingback: Book review: The Invoice | Words And Peace

  31. Pingback: 2016: November wrap-up | Words And Peace

  32. Pingback: Book Review: Martin of Gfenn | Words And Peace

  33. Pingback: Book review: Pancakes in Paris | Words And Peace

  34. Pingback: Review and giveaway: Occult Paris | Words And Peace

  35. Pingback: Book review: The Only Street in Paris | Words And Peace

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