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Top Ten Tuesday: Books Set In A Place I’d Love To Visit

Top Ten Tuesday is held by Jana over at That Artsy Reader Girl
Today’s topic is all about books set in a place I’d love to visit.

1. The Nightingale (Last Call at the Nightingale ~ Katherine Schellman): I would love to visit the Nightingale and see the world of the 1920s speak easy night club.

2. Cape Cod (The Edge of Summer ~ Erica George): I would love to visit Cape Cod one day and go on a whale watch.

3. Central America (Wanderlove ~ Kristen Hubbard): I loved this book. It made me want to visit Central America!

4. The Whitehouse (Red, White and Royal Blue ~ Casey McQuiston): Living in a world with a female president? Yes please!

5. Hollywood (Between the Lines ~ Tammara Webber): Hollywood! Hollywood! HOLLYWOOD!

6. Norway (Valkyrie Rising ~ Ingrid Paulson): A world filled with Norse mythology and strong women sounds right up my alleyway!

7. Australia (Wild Life ~ Fiona Wood) ~ Australia is on my bucket list of places I want to visit.

8. Sanctuary Island (Sanctuary Island ~ Lily Everett): The seclusion of this isolated island sounded so nice especially with a band of wild horses running through it.

9. Snow Crystal Resort (Suddenly Last Summer ~ Sarah Morgan): Snow Crystal Resort sounds like such a beautiful place with tons of fun things to do and delicious food to eat.

10. Ireland/France/Italy (Paris Is Always A Good Idea ~ Jenn McKinley): The main character in this book visits Ireland, France, and Italy and I would love to join in.

What are some of your favorite bookish places?


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