Wednesday, December 8

International Dublin Literary Award

2007 Awards, All Book Awards, Book Awards, Book Awards By Year, International Dublin Literary Award, International Dublin Literary Award - Novel

2007 International Dublin Literary Award – Novel Winner and Nominees

2007 International Dublin Literary Award - Novel WinnerOut Stealing HorsesPer PettersonWe were going out stealing horses. That was what he said, standing at the door to the cabin where I was spending the summer with my father. I was fifteen. It was 1948 and oneof the first days of July. Trond's friend Jon often appeared at his doorstep with ...Amazon2007 International Dublin Literary Award - Novel ShortlistA Long Long WaySebastian BarryAmazonArthur & GeorgeJulian BarnesAmazonExtremely Loud & Incredibly CloseJonathan Safran FoerAmazonNo Country for Old MenCormac McCarthyAmazonShalimar the ClownSalman RushdieAmazonSlow ManJ. M. CoetzeeAmazonThe Short Day DyingPeter HobbsAmazon
1996 Awards, All Book Awards, Book Awards, Book Awards By Year, International Dublin Literary Award, International Dublin Literary Award - Novel

1996 International Dublin Literary Award – Novel Winner and Nominees

1996 International Dublin Literary Award - Novel WinnerRemembering BabylonDavid MaloufA searing and magnificent picture of Australia at the moment of its foundation, with early settlers staking out their small patch of land and terrified by the harsh and alien continent. Focussing on the hostility between the early British inhabitants and t...Amazon1996 International Dublin Literary Award - Novel ShortlistA Way in the WorldV. S. NaipaulAmazonAwayJane UrquhartAmazonGhostsJohn BanvilleAmazonThe Following StoryCees NooteboomAmazonThe Gospel According to Jesus ChristJosé SaramagoAmazonThe LawsConnie PalmenAmazon
1997 Awards, All Book Awards, Book Awards, Book Awards By Year, International Dublin Literary Award, International Dublin Literary Award - Novel

1997 International Dublin Literary Award – Novel Winner and Nominees

1997 International Dublin Literary Award - Novel WinnerA Heart So WhiteJavier MaríasWinner of the IMPAC Dublin Award, and widely considered Javier Marías's masterpiece, A Heart So White is a breathtaking novel about family secrets that chronicles the relentless power of the past. Juan knows little of the interior life of his father Ranz; ...Amazon1997 International Dublin Literary Award - Novel ShortlistA Fine BalanceRohinton MistryAmazonA Tiler's AfternoonLars GustafssonAmazonMorvern CallarAlan WarnerAmazonNovel Without a NameDương Thu HươngAmazonPereira MaintainsAntonio TabucchiAmazonReservation BluesSherman AlexieAmazonThe Good NegressA. J. VerdelleAmazon
1998 Awards, All Book Awards, Book Awards, Book Awards By Year, International Dublin Literary Award, International Dublin Literary Award - Novel

1998 International Dublin Literary Award – Novel Winner and Nominees

1998 International Dublin Literary Award - Novel WinnerThe Land of Green PlumsHerta MüllerIn Romania at the height of Ceausescu's reign, a group of young people move to the city in search of better prospects, but they must face betrayal and suicide, and the choice to bend to the oppressors or resist and die....Amazon1998 International Dublin Literary Award - Novel ShortlistAlias GraceMargaret AtwoodAmazonAutobiography of my MotherJamaica KincaidAmazonImaginings of SandAndré BrinkAmazonLast OrdersGraham SwiftAmazonSaltEarl LovelaceAmazonThe Counting HouseDavid DabydeenAmazonThe Englishman's BoyGuy VanderhaegheAmazonThe Glade Within the GroveDavid FosterAmazonThe Pope's RhinocerosLawrence NorfolkAmazon
1999 Awards, All Book Awards, Book Awards, Book Awards By Year, International Dublin Literary Award, International Dublin Literary Award - Novel

1999 International Dublin Literary Award – Novel Winner and Nominees

1999 International Dublin Literary Award - Novel WinnerAndrew MillerIngenious PainThe extraordinary prize-winning debut from Andrew Miller. Winner of the IMPAC Award and James Tait Black Memorial Prize. At the dawn of the Enlightenment, James Dyer is born unable to feel pain. A source of wonder and scientific curiosity as a child, he ri...Amazon1999 International Dublin Literary Award - Novel ShortlistEnduring LoveIan McEwanAmazonQuarantineJim CraceAmazonThe Ordinary SeamanFrancisco GoldmanAmazonThe Puttermesser PapersCynthia OzickAmazonThe ReaderBernhard SchlinkAmazonThe Wind-Up Bird ChronicleHaruki MurakamiAmazonUnderworldDon DeLilloAmazon
2000 Awards, All Book Awards, Book Awards, Book Awards By Year, International Dublin Literary Award, International Dublin Literary Award - Novel

2000 International Dublin Literary Award – Novel Winner and Nominees

2000 International Dublin Literary Award - Novel WinnerWide OpenNicola BarkerWIDE OPEN is set on the strange Isle Of Sheppey, which pokes out into into the estuary of the River Thames. On this forgotten misty island there is a nudist beach, a nature reserve, a wild boar farm and not much else. The landscape is bare, but the charact...Amazon2000 International Dublin Literary Award - Novel ShortlistCharming BillyAlice McDermottAmazonI Married a CommunistPhilip RothAmazonParadiseToni MorrisonAmazonThe HoursMichael CunninghamAmazonThis Side of BrightnessColum McCannAmazonTrumpetJackie KayAmazon
2001 Awards, All Book Awards, Book Awards, Book Awards By Year, International Dublin Literary Award, International Dublin Literary Award - Novel

2001 International Dublin Literary Award – Novel Winner and Nominees

2001 International Dublin Literary Award - Novel WinnerNo Great MischiefAlistair MacLeodIn 1779, driven out of his home, Calum MacDonald sets sail from the Scottish Highlands with his extensive family. After a long, terrible journey he settles his family in 'the land of trees', and eventually they become a separate Nova Scotian clan: red-hair...Amazon2001 International Dublin Literary Award - Novel ShortlistBuddha's Little FingerVictor PelevinAmazonOur FathersAndrew O'HaganAmazonThe Blackwater LightshipColm TóibínAmazonThe Love You Promised MeSilvia MolinaAmazonThe True History of ParadiseMargaret Cezair-ThompsonAmazon
2002 Awards, All Book Awards, Book Awards, Book Awards By Year, International Dublin Literary Award, International Dublin Literary Award - Novel

2002 International Dublin Literary Award – Novel Winner and Nominees

2002 International Dublin Literary Award - Novel WinnerAtomisedMichel Houellebecq...Amazon2002 International Dublin Literary Award - Novel ShortlistMadameAntoni LiberaAmazonThe Blind AssassinMargaret AtwoodAmazonThe Keepers of TruthMichael CollinsAmazonThe Last SamuraiHelen DeWittAmazonThe Years with Laura DiazCarlos FuentesAmazonTrue History of the Kelly GangPeter CareyAmazon
2003 Awards, All Book Awards, Book Awards, Book Awards By Year, International Dublin Literary Award, International Dublin Literary Award - Novel

2003 International Dublin Literary Award – Novel Winner and Nominees

2003 International Dublin Literary Award - Novel WinnerMy Name Is RedOrhan PamukThe Sultan secretly commissions a great book: a celebration of his life and the Ottoman Empire, to be illuminated by the best artists of the day - in the European manner. In Istanbul at a time of violent fundamentalism, however, this is a dangerous proposi...Amazon2003 International Dublin Literary Award - Novel ShortlistBel CantoAnn PatchettAmazonBitter FruitAchmat DangorAmazonThat They May Face the Rising SunJohn McGahernAmazonThe Ash GardenDennis BockAmazonThe CorrectionsJonathan FranzenAmazonThe Migrant Painter of BirdsLídia JorgeAmazonThe Visit of the Royal PhysicianPer Olov EnquistAmazon
2004 Awards, All Book Awards, Book Awards, Book Awards By Year, International Dublin Literary Award, International Dublin Literary Award - Novel

2004 International Dublin Literary Award – Novel Winner and Nominees

2004 International Dublin Literary Award - Novel WinnerThis Blinding Absence of LightTahar Ben JellounThe award-winning Moroccan-born author of The Sacred Night and Corruption provides a chilling fictional account of the horrific desert concentration camps in which King Hassan II of Morocco held his political enemies and the inhumane conditions in which su...Amazon2004 International Dublin Literary Award - Novel ShortlistAny Human HeartWilliam BoydAmazonBalthasar's Odyssey (translated from French by Barbara Bray)Amin MaaloufAmazonCarameloSandra CisnerosAmazonEarth and Ashes (translated from Persian by Erdağ Göknar)Atiq RahimiAmazonFamily MattersRohinton MistryAmazonHouse of Day, House of Night (translated from Polish by Antonia Lloyd-Jones)Olga TokarczukAmazonMiddlesexJeffrey EugenidesAmaz...