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Tuesday, January 22, 2013

Top Ten Tuesday (6)

This meme is hosted by The Broke and the Bookish

This weeks question is

Top Ten Settings I'd Like To See More Of (Or At All) --- (maybe you want read more books set in space or books set in Alaska or the beach)

This was really hard question this week. So, due to that, I only have 5 instead of 10.

1. The forest.
I love it when books are set in the woods. I don't know why, I just really forests in real life and I love reading about them. Its also a bonus when you read a book set in a forest, in the middle of winter. So, for a few seconds you can think that the trees are green.

2. Court.
I know there is a lot of books that is set in court, but I haven't read many of them. I love historical fiction when its set in the court with the Queens and Kings. I just love the plans and betrayals and the drama that is in a book that is set in court.

3.The NeverNever.
This might be cheating, but I love the world of the NeverNever in the Iron Fey series by Julia Kagawa. It is so unique and stunning that I fell in love with it and I want more books set in it.

4. The Underworld.
Books automatically get more interesting if they have the underworld in it. It doesn't matter if its like the underworld in the Soul Screamers series or like the one in the Goddess Test series.

5. Ireland.
I love the history of Ireland and all its castles and myths. It's a really good setting for a book.

Thats my top ten, whats yours?
Happy reading




  1. Ireland would be great. I'd love to listen to an audio of a book set in Ireland or Scotland just for the accents...well and the lush scenery.

  2. Great list. I like Ireland too. I enjoy a well used setting in a book. kelley—the road goes ever ever on

  3. I've seen Ireland on quite a few lists. I can't remember a book I've read that was set there... Hmm... I think I'd like to add Ireland to my list too!

  4. Definitely agree with Ireland and court. I love law books.

    Thanks for stopping by my blog.

    ~Danica Page
    Taking it One Page at a Time

  5. Ireland! Yeah, now that I think about it, I'll love to read a book with the setting set in Ireland. I'll love to learn about the culture!
    Thanks for stopping by my TTT Kimberly! :D

  6. Good list, I also love stories set at court and I like sstories set in the forest as well.

  7. Forest stories are great. It makes me think of Graceling.

    Thanks for stopping by :)

  8. I love it when books are set in the forest, too. It makes me think of Robin Hood :)

  9. What a terrific list. My list consists mainly of warm places :)