If you are looking for books that are set in different countries around the world, you should check out the new infographic released by Books on the Wall, the company that offers posters with readable text from the most famous classic novels.
Stuck wondering what your next book should be? We’ve all been there! But instead of asking yourself what you should read next, try asking yourself: Where do I want to go?
There are from five to seven books selected for each continent. If you’d like to go to Nigeria, make sure to read Chinua Achebe’s Things Fall Apart. Colombia is represented by One Hundred Years of Solitude by Gabriel Garcia Marquez.
European locations include Ireland (Dubliners by James Joyce), and Poland (Ashes and Diamonds by Jerzy Andrzejewski).
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