Where To Buy DW’s 10 Must-Read German Books of 2014

By Stephen Fuchs on Email @StephenWFuchs

Top 10 German Books 2014

Deutsche Welle (DW) released a top 10 list of contemporary German novels that were translated and released in English for the first time during 2014, and while the list is great, there is no information on how to get your hands on the physical or digital book to read for yourself.

We’ve looked the books up on Amazon and are providing you with links to each book from the list that was released. While searching, we noticed some of the books have not actually been released yet, so we’ve marked which ones those are as well as information on release dates.

For detailed information about why each book made the list, check out the original DW article linked here and in the source list.


Look Who’s Back

Look Who's Back

By: Timur Vermes

Not Released Until May 5, 2015


The Tower: A Novel

By: Uwe Tellkamp

Kindle eBook – $17.95


Why We Took the Car

By: Wolfgang Herrndorf

Kindle eBook – $9.99
Hardcover – $13.86


The Boxer: The True Story of Holocaust Survivor Harry Haft

By: Reinhard Kleist

Paperback – $15.97


Who Is Martha?

By: Marjana Gaponenko

Kindle eBook – $8.99
Paperback – $12.02


You: A novel

By: Zoran Drvenkar

Kindle eBook – $11.84
Hardcover – $20.93


All Russians Love Birch Trees

By: Olga Grjasnowa

Kindle eBook – $8.99
Paperback – $9.93


Angel of Forgetting

By: Maja Haderlap

Not Yet Released:
Release Date Unknown


The Room

By: Andreas Maier

Kindle eBook – $6.59


The House

By: Andreas Maier

Not Released Until July 2015


F: A Novel

By: Daniel Kehlmann

Kindle eBook – $12.99
Hardcover – $18.63

Source: DW

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Stephen Fuchs
Stephen founded German Pulse and LGBT Germany out of a passion to introduce Americans to a Germany that goes beyond beer and polka (although with enough beer he has been known to polka it up a bit). He's a coffee addict, lover of wine and good times, a hit in the kitchen and editor of TV commercials. You can follow him on Twitter (@StephenWFuchs) to find out a lot more.
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