2006 International IMPAC Dublin Literary Award Nominees

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The International IMPAC Dublin Literary Award is the largest and most international prize of its kind.

Impac Winner : Colm Tobin – The Master

2006 Shortlist

Graceland – Chris Abani

Maps for Lost Lovers: Nadeem Aslam

Havoc, In it’s Third Year – Ronan Bennett

The Closed Circle Jonathan Coe

An Altered Light – Jens Christian Grondahl

The Swallows of Kabul – Yasmina Khadra

Breaking the Tongue – Vyvyane Loh

Don’t Move – Margaret Mazzantini

The Master – Colm Tobin

The Logogryph – Thomas Wharton

It involves libraries from all corners of the globe, and is open to books written in any language.

The Award, an initiative of Dublin City Council, is a partnership between Dublin City Council, the Municipal Government of Dublin City, and IMPAC, a productivity improvement company which operates in over 50 countries.

The Award is administered by Dublin City Public Libraries.

Its Website is www.impacdublinaward.ie and I’m working off the official newsletter

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    Graceland (Today Show Pick January 2005)
    by Chris Abani

  2. 2.
    The Swallows of Kabul
    by Yasmina Khadra

  3. 3.
    Before I Forget
    by Andre Brink

  4. 4.
    Ireland: A Novel
    by Frank Delaney

  5. 5.
    Happy Baby
    by Stephen Elliott

  6. 6.
    Young Turk: A Novel
    by Moris Farhi

  7. 7.
    Eventide
    by KENT HARUF

  8. 8.

  9. 9.
    Aloft
    by Chang-Rae Lee

  10. 10.
    Buenas Noches Buenos Aires
    by Gilbert Adair

  11. 11.
    Maps for Lost Lovers
    by Nadeem Aslam

  12. 12.
    The Rule of Four
    by Ian Caldwell

  13. 13.
    About Grace: A Novel
    by Anthony Doerr

  14. 14.
    ?
    Nordkraft
    by Jakob Ejersbo

  15. 15.
    The Line of Beauty: A Novel
    by Alan Hollinghurst

  16. 16.
    ?
    Tapestry
    by Sobani Iddamalgoda

  17. 17.
    The Story of My Baldness: A Novel
    by Marek van der Jagt

  18. 18.
    ?
    Music From a Distant Room
    by Stephanie Johnson

  19. 19.
    The Houses of Alphonso
    by Anthony Kellman

  20. 20.
    PS, I Love You
    by Cecelia Ahern

  21. 21.
    Havoc, in Its Third Year: A Novel
    by Ronan Bennett

  22. 22.
    Bedlam
    by Greg Hollingshead

  23. 23.
    My Nine Lives: Chapters of a Possible Past
    by Ruth Prawer Jhabvala

  24. 24.
    ?
    The Broken Book
    by Susan Johnson

  25. 25.
    An Unfinished Season: A Novel
    by Ward Just

  26. 26.
    The Maze
    by Panos Karnezis

  27. 27.
    You Have to Be Careful in the Land of the Free
    by James Kelman

  28. 28.
    Small Island: A Novel
    by Andrea Levy

  29. 29.
    Ghost Story
    by Toby Litt

  30. 30.
    The Yacoubian Building
    by Alaa Al Aswany

  31. 31.
    Oceans of Time
    by Merete Morken Andersen

  32. 32.
    Oh, Play That Thing (Volume 2 of The Last Roundup)
    by Roddy Doyle

  33. 33.
    Celestial Harmonies: A Novel (P.S.)
    by Peter Esterhazy

  34. 34.
    The Stowaway: A Novel
    by Robert Hough

  35. 35.
    Hidden : A Novel
    by Paul Jaskunas

  36. 36.
    Paradise
    by A.L. Kennedy

  37. 37.
    Breaking the Tongue: A Novel
    by Vyvyane Loh

  38. 38.
    One Tongue Singing
    by Susan Mann

  39. 39.
    Don't Move: A Novel
    by Margaret Mazzantini

  40. 40.
    Kingdom of the Golden Dragon
    by Isabel Allende

  41. 41.
    ?
    Famished Waterfall
    by Jean Arasanayagam

  42. 42.
    There Is Room for You: A Novel
    by Charlotte Bacon

  43. 43.
    All That Matters
    by Wayson Choy

  44. 44.
    ?
    Norman Bray in the Performance of his Life
    by Trevor Cole

  45. 45.
    Down to the Dirt
    by Joel Hynes

  46. 46.
    Sixty Lights. Gail Jones
    by Gail Jones

  47. 47.
    Ordinary Wolves: A Novel
    by Seth Kantner

  48. 48.
    Hash
    by Torgny Lindgren

  49. 49.
    Day After Day
    by Carlo Lucarelli

  50. 50.
    The Lambs of London
    by Peter Ackroyd

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