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Recommended books (3)
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 Asia Challenge were written by authors from Uzbekistan. 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.
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The Dead Lake by Hamid Ismailov, Andrew Bromfield EN

Rating: 3     1 Vote
Country: Asia / Uzbekistan flag Uzbekistan
Description:
Yerzhan grows up in a remote part of Kazakhstan where the Soviets test atomic weapons. As a young boy he falls in love with the neighbour's daughter and one evening, to impress her, he dives into a forbidden lake. The radio-active water changes Yerzhan. He will never grow into a man. While the girl he loves becomes a beautiful woman.
Recommended: 02 Mar 2022
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The Devils' Dance by Hamid Ismailov EN

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Country: Asia / Uzbekistan flag Uzbekistan
Description:
"On New Years' Eve 1938, the writer Abdulla Qodiriy is taken from his home by the Soviet secret police and thrown into a Tashkent prison. There, to distract himself from the physical and psychological torment of beatings and mindless interrogations, he attempts to mentally reconstruct the novel he was writing at the time of his arrest - based on the tragic life of the Uzbek poet-queen Oyhon, married to three khans in succession, and living as Abdulla now does, with the threat of execution hanging over her. As he gets to know his cellmates, Abdulla discovers that the Great Game of Oyhon's time,... continue
Recommended: 27 Aug 2022
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The Railway by Hamid Ismailov, Robert Chandler EN

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Country: Asia / Uzbekistan flag Uzbekistan
Description:
'In the steppe near Tashkent they came upon a never-ending ladder with wooden rungs and iron rails and that stretched across the earth from horizon to horizon . Whistling and thundering, a snake-like wonder hurtled past them, packed both on the inside and on top with infidels shouting and waving their hands. "The End of the World!" thought both Mahmud-Hodja the Sunni and Djebral the Shiite.' Set mainly in Uzbekistan between 1900 and 1980, THE RAILWAY introduces to us the inhabitants of the small town of Gilas on the ancient Silk Route. Among those whose stories we hear are Mefody-Jurisprudence... continue
Recommended: 02 Sep 2022

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