Top Ten Tuesday is an original feature/meme created by The Broke & the Bookish. Here we list our top ten picks for the topic.
This week's topic is:
Top Ten Books set in "X" Setting.
This week, the topic allows us to pick the setting that we want to feature for our top ten books. I live in the PAC NW but a lot of books are usually set on the east coast or in the south so I thought it would be fun to do my list on my Top Ten books that are set in the western states. However, I could only come up with 8 so here are my top 8 books!
I haven't read any of these. The girls guide to love and supper clubs is also set in Washington, it's great! Like your list, here's mine http://fabulousbookfiend.blogspot.co.uk/2013/08/top-ten-tuesday-top-ten-favourite-books.htmlReplyDelete
I haven't read any of these books yet. I'm certainly intrigued by them though :-) I have The Art of Racing In The Rain on my Kindle ready to read.ReplyDelete
Total fail I haven't read any of these (yet!). Stripped and Lost and Found, I will get to :-)ReplyDelete
Great idea for a topic girl! I completely forgot Ella and Micha were set out there! I loved that one! And of course Lost & Found! <3 I still need to read Rule. I have it on my Nook, as well as Tragic! And of course LB's Trophy Husband. Swooon! Great list chica!ReplyDelete
Good setting choice! I'm dying to read Tragic. New Linky follower.ReplyDelete
Great setting! This is my first time joining in TTT and it's so fun seeing all the different and unique settings that have been chosen!ReplyDelete
I haven't read that, I will need to check it out. Thanks for stopping by!ReplyDelete
The Art of Racing in the Rain is really good. I listened to it on audio and it was amazing.ReplyDelete
You must read these Trish! You know I will just keep telling you too until you do :-)ReplyDelete
Thanks! I always think "why aren't more books set out here." You must read Rule and Tragic. I really want to know what you think of Tragic :-)ReplyDelete
Thanks! I loved Tragic, it was very unique.ReplyDelete
Thanks! I love seeing the different lists in TTT. Thanks for stopping by :-)ReplyDelete