During the last months I have somehow neglected my participation in the Global Reading Challenge 2012. The Easy Level requires me to read one novel from each of these continents in the course of 2012:
Africa, Asia, Australasia/Oceania, Europe, North America, South America and the Seventh Continent (here you can either choose Antarctica or your own ‘seventh’ setting, e.g. the sea, the space, a supernatural/paranormal world, history, the future – you name it). I have restricted myself to “new-to-me” crime fiction writers.
Click on the titles for my review of the books I read so far. In bold the titles of the books I’m looking forward to reading to complete the challenge. Stay tuned.
- Europe: A Place of Execution, by Val McDermid (Great Britain)
- Africa: Mixed Blood, by Roger Smith (South Africa)
- North America: Open Season, by CJ Box (USA)
- South America: Retrato de familia con muerta (Family Portrait with Dead Woman) de Raúl Argemí (Argentina)
- Asia: My Name is Red by Orhan Pamuk (Turkey)
- Australasia/Oceania: The Brotherhood by Y.A. Erskine (Australia)
- the Seventh Continent (History): If The Dead Rise Not, by Philip Kerr (Berlin, 1934)