It’s another Top Ten Tuesday, hosted by The Broke and the Bookish
Today’s topic sounded like a fun thing to talk about, especially for this native southerner. While I have traveled a bit within the US, I’ve never been out of the country. What better way to learn about another culture or experience another location (without actually going) than books? For today, let’s “pack” our suitcases and talk about books set outside the U.S. For fun, I’m splitting this list up into 2 types: books I’ve read and books on my TBR.
10 Books Set Outside the U.S.
Books I’ve Read
The Thorn Keeper by Pepper D. Basham
Derbyshire, England during WWII
The Red Door Inn by Liz Johnson
Prince Edward Island, Canada
The Sound of Diamonds by Rachelle Rea
Holland and England during the Protestant Reformation
Valley of Decision by Lynne Gentry
Carthage, Tunisia during the 3rd century
Maggie Bright by Tracy Groot
England and France during WWII
London Tides by Carla Laureano
London, England and probably a little Scotland because the hero is Scottish ❤
A Lesson in Love and Murder by Rachel McMillan
1910s Toronto, Canada (and Chicago). What could be next for these daring girls?
Edenbrooke by Julianne Donaldson
England (Bath and the countryside) during the Regency Era
A Portrait of Emily Price by Katherine Reay (!!!!)
Italy (and Atlanta). It’s by Katherine, so I KNOW it will be good.
Can’t Help Falling by Kara Isaac
Oxford, England. This was first added to my TBR solely because of the cover. Since then, reviews of Kara’s work have completely convinced me I need to read it!
What places do YOU like to visit through the pages of a book? What are some of your favorite books set outside the US?