Saturday, July 16, 2011

Europa Editions Fever

I went a little crazy this week purchasing Europa Editions. I love the quality of these books.

My problem  is trying to decide which to read first. 
Have you read any of these? Help me pick!

23 comments:

  1. What a fun shopping spree! I don't think I've ever read a Europa Editions book.

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  2. Those rows of Europa covers look like beautiful wallpaper!

    Choosing where to start? That's a good problem to have ;)

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  3. Tartar Cuisine!! Loved it! Europa has the most beautiful covers, both to look at and touch.

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  4. I have not heard of one of these books.

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  5. All those Europa books look so yummy! The few I've read have been very good.

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  6. I added every one of them to my wishlist. All of them look so tempting!
    Enjoy all of them :)

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  7. My goodness, looks like lots of interesting ones!

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  8. Interesting that you say the quality is different. What sorts of things are enticing you? The covers look kind of 1970s to me.

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  9. It is a lovely dilemma! what to read first!!! enjoy.

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  10. Did you just hit a major JACKPOT!???

    Ohhhhh those covers are beautiful - very worthy of a place on the bookshelves. See the note is bookshelves since one would not do ;)

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  11. OOOH! Jane Gardam!! I love her work! Take my advice...

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  12. I look forward to your reviews. I read Gourmet Rhapsody and need to finish The Elegance of the Hedgehog

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  13. Wish I could help, but have never heard of any of these books. Am very much, therefore, looking forward to hearing your thoughts on them--maybe I'm on the brink of discovering a whole new reading niche for me!

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  14. Margherita Dolce Vita!! I love that one!!!

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  15. I do love the quality of these books. There are so many I want to read from it's collection. I do have Broken Glass Park though.

    -Lauren

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  16. I have a backlog of Europa Editions to read as well! Enjoy your books.

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  17. I am always excited when I see a list of books like this. It is also a lot of fun to check out all the links. Thanks for another lovely post and have a great week.

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  18. Yep, you really did go wild..love it!! Looks like you're going to have to play eeny, meeny, miny, moe!!

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  19. I don't blame you, these books are always so beautiful!

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  20. I have never heard of these books or Europa. What is the attraction? What makes them special to you? The covers are very beautiful.

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  21. Bree, regarding the Europas -- many are translated works from European authors. They are really fine literary novels, and just different from some of the run of the mill novels that are often published in the US. The books have the inside cover flap which is great to mark the page, and the looks of these books are terrific as well.

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  22. I love just looking at the Europa books you bought! The covers are just great. I hope you're enjoying them!

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