Hi! I just wanted to let you know that I've awarded you The Versatile Blogger award on my blog here. :)
Just a quick note to say I'm going to read along with you but I haven't selected a book yet. I read I am Nujood and The Space Bewteen Us in July. I read these just before finding your challenge. HAHave a great weekend!
Becky--Thank you so much!Mari--I am not super strict about this, so I say post the reviews for both of those books you read in July. I'd just love people to see reviews of Middle East books!
I found this challenge a bit late, but I love the idea and can't wait to participate. I do have a question -- do the books have to take place wholly in the Middle East. The Night Counter is on my TBR pile -- the review says it takes place both in Lebanon and the United States. Can I include it in this challenge? Thanks for hosting this!
Connolly-Ahern--Thank you for joining us! Sure, count The Night Counter since it takes place in Lebanon as well. Looking forward to your review!
Helen - my last link is actually to three different novellas but only the first one is named. I tried to put all three in separately but because I reviewed t hem in a single post, it won't let me.
The linky appears to have disappeared? I guess I'll leave a link to my newest review in the comments... Mondays in the Middle East by David Cross: http://zenleaf.amandagignac.com/2011/01/mondays-in-the-middle-east-by-david-cross.htmlps - thanks for the suggestion!
Amanda--when I look the Linky is there... I'll email you to see if you can see it yet
Sorry about posting it the wrong way round i.e. Book title first, then blog name. This is a Cool challenge! I have a few more on ME theme books to read. thanks for hosting this!
2 book reviews in one this time. Libyan Author Hisham Matar, good stuff!
Posted one on Israel. When I lived through Modern Times by Linda Grant, a orange prize winner 2000. Hope this is ok. :)
JoV--I've commented on your reviews, great stuff! Thank you so much for participating
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