Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly meme hosted by The Broke and the Bookish. Each week there’s a new topic within which you are to post your Top Ten List. This Tuesday the theme is:
Top Ten Settings I’d Like To See More Of (Or At All)
I was never a fan of this setting in a book, only in movies, but after reading The Edge of Never by J.A. Redmerski, I realized that a plot developing on the road can be very appealing and romantic.
It’s one of the most romantic cities in the world. And while I’ve never been there, I’d like to at least read books about it and to picture it’s images in my mind, following a books portrayal.
It’s only the middle of winter, but I’m already wishing for summer to come sooner. So while it’s still cold in my hometown I can pretend being on the beach with the characters of a book.
It’s my most favorite time of the year, and while I’ve seen plenty of movies about this holiday, I’ve read only about a couple of books. Need to change this when Christmas comes again!
I love this city a lot. I’ve been there once, and I was really impressed with it’s architecture and people. There’s something almost magical about it, that is a great setting for some amazing book.
I like books about families or family sagas, the ones to tell about family histories, their ups and downs and the connection and strength they have. The ones I really do like are all classics, but some contemporary stories would be more than welcomed.
I know there are lots of books available, written by Australian authors and set in Australia, I just haven’t got the time to read any of them yet. But this year I plan to change that. Australia has always been some kind of a mystery to me with it being so far away, I hope books will help me learn more about this country.
Yes, there are lots of books with this particular setting, but I really only liked Delirium by Lauren Oliver. So I just want to find some other series to affect me just as much.
I’ve read so many books about these years, and they were all amazing, like The Help or The Secret Life of Bees. It was a complicated time, but very important historically.
What is the best way to travel around the world for free? Yes, books! I want to read more books about travel or simply books written by authors from all around the globe about the places I’ve never been to.