Travel the world without leaving your chair.
The target of the Read Around The World Challenge is to read at least one book written by an author from each and every country in the world.
All books that are listed here as part of the "Read Around Europe Challenge" were written by authors from Serbia.
Find a great book for the next part of your reading journey around the world from this book list. The following popular books have been recommended so far.
Rating: 2 1 Vote
A failed architect's search for his father, an officer who vanished in Greece during World War II, becomes a labyrinthine puzzle, inextricably bound to the history of the ancient monastery on Mount Athos
"Smrtni ishod atletskih povreda - roman apsolutne iskrenosti. Eva je snažna, nezavisna žena. Eva je žena koja voli. Eva je žena koja počinje da sumnja u sebe. Eva je žena koja razume i nalazi opravdanja. Eva je žena koja ćuti i krije modrice. A drugi ništa ne primećuju ili okreću glavu. Smrtni ishod atletskih povreda je snažna, iskrena, poetična, ali nikako i patetična knjiga koja rasvetljava kompleksne sisteme manipulacije i njihovu suptilnost. Milica Vučković svoju junakinju potpuno degradira i ogoljava patrijarhalne obrasce u kojima su žene naučene da trpe i veruju da to što im se događa ni... continue
Rating: 4.5 8 Votes
Portrays the dramatic lives of the people living in a small town near a huge stone bridge in the Balkans
Rating: 3.5 207 Votes
NATIONAL BOOK AWARD FINALIST • NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER • “Spectacular . . . [Téa Obreht] spins a tale of such marvel and magic in a literary voice so enchanting that the mesmerized reader wants her never to stop.”—Entertainment Weekly Look for Téa Obreht’s second novel, Inland, now available. NAMED ONE OF THE TEN BEST BOOKS OF THE YEAR BY Michiko Kakutani, The New York Times • Entertainment Weekly • The Christian Science Monitor • The Kansas City Star • Library Journal Weaving a brilliant latticework of family legend, loss, and love, Téa Obreht, the youngest of The New Yorker’s twenty best A... continue
“I had experienced absolute freedom—I had felt that my body was without boundaries, limitless; that pain didn’t matter, that nothing mattered at all—and it intoxicated me.” In 2010, more than 750,000 people stood in line at Marina Abramović’s MoMA retrospective for the chance to sit across from her and communicate with her nonverbally in an unprecedented durational performance that lasted more than 700 hours. This celebration of nearly fifty years of groundbreaking performance art demonstrated once again that Marina Abramović is truly a force of nature. The child of Communist war-hero parents ... continue