Leiths Fish Bible is the only fish cookbook you will ever need. With innumerable recipes from all over the world, it has something for every occasion …. Lucy Muir is leaving her husband.
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It's complicated. As joint owners and chefs at one of the best restaurants in town making a clean break is tough. Welcome to Batch Magna, a place where anything might happen. And often does Life in an old steam boat deep in the Welsh Borders holds numerous cha…. At the age of five, a blind African-American boy is handed over to a brutal state home. Here Ludlow Washington will suffer for eleven years, until his….
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A seductive mystery novel from the acclaimed author of Dark Water'Sparkling. A collection of four novellas: each taking place in , each set in the world of Six Four, and each centring around a mystery and the unfortunate of…. By the author of Look Who's Back, a radical and bold satire in inequitable times.
Germany has imposed an upper limit on asylum seekers, and Europe's bo…. Rating Required Select Rating 1 star worst 2 stars 3 stars average 4 stars 5 stars best. Review Subject Required. As this is a self regulated challenge, if you feel comfortable with what you read to count towards your goal - go for it. I've never finished this goal, I don't wish it to be so "pure" that I feel the need to quickly read short stories from obscure authors to complete the goal.
Extend your reading options a little by trying something new, that's the aim. USA: East of the Mountains. Ben Givens is a retired Seattle doctor, diagnosed with terminal colon cancer. He takes his dogs and his gun and sets off for a final hunting trip close to his birthplace in rural Washington state, with the intention never to return She comes to realize the corruption beyond the walls of the compound where they live, and then a young Bedouin women's body is found.
The description of the conditions in priso were really impressing, but I didn't understand othe prtas of the book, as my knowledge about Nigerian history before my birth is not good enough. Book 3 : Malaysia. Not at all what I expected from the blurb and I'd be interested to see how they've made it into a film ASIA: Afghanistan. The book is a war memoir of a university-educated, upper middle class Englishman who graduates to Sandhurst and then to service as an officer in Iraq and Afghanistan - the latter being the main focus of the book.
I found the whole book quite alien but it did bring home that the idea of a 'post-class' UK is utter nonsense, and the army is probably the sharpest example there is of this. Sorry Afghanistan The story flicks between his POW horrific experience and his efforts to survive his debt and addiction one step ahead of the triads.
A great read. Wild by Cheryl Strayed Born and raised in Minnesota, Cheryl's life goes haywire after death of her mother, and collapse of her marriage, disintegration of her birth family. She decides that a walk along the Pacific Crest Trail will assist her get her life together. I found her very annoying and wanted to shout at her to pull her self together, her reaction to her mother's death seems so self indulgent. Nevertheless she proved she was made of stronger stuff and undertakes a fascinating physical and mental challenge.
UK Remarkable Creatures. Tracy Chevalier. A wonderful tale of two women who discover in the cliffs of Lyme the fossils of never seen before creatures. I call this genre Faction.
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The novelist takes a true story and skilfully brings it to life by imagining the in between bits. I really enjoyed this. A murder in and , and a kidnapped girl in are connected by a lullaby. An interesting story! Set mostly in Norway, a part is set in Sweden, and a tiny part is also set in Denmark.
I think I'm more likely to cover Norway and Sweden later than Denmark. So I therefore choose to count this for Denamrk. Seven Troop by Andy McNab. An autobiography covers his years in the army including operations in Northern Ireland, Afghanistan, Oman, Columbia, Iraq - hard to choose from!
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Book 4 : Ireland. The title means "Spider's Web". Not sure if the book is translated into English or not. I've borrowed this book from my sister, so no link. It appears to be a ghost story, sort of the stories I read as a teenager.
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But it did take a turn that I didn't really expect. The "ghosts" were actually alive. A really good story! I'm in, but Two short notice trips to the US with baby and the holidays in general took its toll. I feel like I'm finally recovering. This will be my third year with the challenge! I don't think I'll make it, but its always fun to try. I actually did finish the challenge last year, but haven't logged them yet. So which country are you choosing? I believe you have to pick just one per book.
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Now young adults they both seem to have a crisis of identity and possibly religion. A story that put an awful lot of detail in it. Probably very well written, but odd and considering it is only pages it took me an awfully long time to finish it. UK done. As expected, lots that I could choose from for this one. Syria done. A gentle and at times quite slow read set in Cornwall after WW2.
Don't know if it's translated into English by Margit Sandemo. A man and his wife travel from Sweden to the continent during the thirty years' war. The man has received a letter and a key from his father. The wife gives birth to a girl. Not too long after the birth, her husband gets killed, and a few years later the wife dies as well.
Before she passed away, the letter and key is handed over to the little girl.
She roams the continent for many years, until she returns Sweden together with a Swedish soldier and discovers that she has inherited a manor. But certain persons don't like that she turns up Book 5 : Antarctica.
Watermelon, a Fish and a Bible, A: A heartwarming tale of love amid war 
My Last Continent by Midge Raymond ebook from library Chose this one because I was impressed by the standard of writing in Raymond's short story collection I read last year, and it didn't disappoint. Antarctica itself is a major character in the novel, as are the penguins. Based around the tragic sinking of a cruise ship and the rescue efforts amidst the ice, it is well paced and informative as well as dramatic. Told in the first person by Deb Gardner, a penguin researcher, it includes some of her back story and is not a linear tale but the structure works.
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A moving novel of love and war by the author of The Beekeeper of Aleppo It is July and on a bright, sunny morning, the Turkish army has invaded the town of Kyrenia in Cyprus. For many people, this means an end to life as they know it. But for some, it is a chance to begin living again. Everyone has always talked about Koki. They never believed she was her father's daughter and her mother died too soon to quiet their wagging tongues.
And when she became pregnant and there was no sign of a husband, her fate was sealed.