Last Updated on March 8, 2020

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If you enjoy reading about countries before you visit this round-up post of best books from around the world is for you. It includes country specific book lists for a number of countries (and country specific places and themes) including Australia, Canada, England, South Africa and Iceland. 

This list will continue to grow with the aim to help you travel around the world in 80 books (and more) as I add more articles across the website – if you don’t want to miss out please pin the image below to your pinterest travel boards! 

 

Around the world in 80 books - a roundup of my best book posts from countries A - Z

 

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12 thoughts on “Around the World in 80 books (best book guide)

    • Tracy Collins says:

      Thanks Jurga. There are some of my all time favourites on this list – books that you read and never forget. Let me know what you think of some of the books thats were new to you when you have read them – love to chat books!

  1. Anne says:

    A list I wholeheartedly agree with! I’ve read many of these and have others sitting on my shelf waiting their turn. You have included a few I haven’t come across before so I’ll have to make sure I look out for them. As for my own suggestions, here goes: ‘The Blood of Flowers’ by Anita Amirrezvani (it’s an historical novel about carpet makers in Iran); any of Barbara Nadel’s detective novels set in Istanbul; Ann Cleeves’s wonderful Shetland series of books; ‘Alone in Berlin’ by Hans Fallada (set in WWII) and ‘The Fortunes of Richard Mahoney’ by Henry Handel Richardson (an historical trilogy set in Melbourne and the goldmines of Ballarat in Australia).

    • Tracy Collins says:

      Fantastic Anne – love your suggestions will be off to have a look as I am always looking for my next new read. Glad that you agree with my list – some of them are such classics. Let me know what you think of some of the new suggestions as always interested in chatting about books 🙂 Thanks for your comment and for subscribing – really appreciate it.

  2. kathy cooney says:

    I’ve read some of these books and plan to get more but I have to say three books about the people from China that i just totally love so much I will read them again are Shanghai Girls, Dreams of Joy. and China Dolls by Lisa See

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