Aug 12, 2013

Top Ten Tuesday -- Top Ten Favorite Books With European Settings


Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly meme brought to you at The Broke and the Bookish!! Each week we will be releasing a top ten book related list for you all to enjoy!
I wanted at first to say French but then I realized I love a few books with Italy in them as well! So I decided to go to European settings so I can pick all the books from there that I love! This is one of the weeks that I am actually really excited to be doing this meme!! I know there are more that I have read and just never listed then on goodreads so I can't remember then but if I do I will add them to the list!
Top Ten Eight Favorite Books with European Settings
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Anna and the French Kiss (Anna and the French Kiss, #1)Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone (Harry Potter, #1)
 1. Anna and the French Kiss by Stephanie Perkins -- This is one of the books that makes me want to go to France more than anything, I want to go all around the Quarter mentioned in the book! I wouldn't mind running into an √Čtienne St. Clair either :) (Don't tell the boyfriend)

2. Harry Potter Series by J.K. Rowling -- There is no doubt that this has to go on my list! One, its amazing, two it's set in England, so yes please!!


Italian for BeginnersLast Bite: A Novel of Culinary Romance

3. Italian for Beginners by Kristen Harmel -- This was one of my first Italy setting books and it sprouted me into a big long list of Italy settings I needed to read. I was even saving up money at a point to go over there on my own!

4. Last Bite by Nancy Verde Barr -- I read this book back in 2005 or 2006 I can remember when. I just know it was right around the time I graduated high school. I picked up this book because of the cherries, even though I hate cherries, I knew it was about food, so I had to have it. They end up going to Italy in this book and it is amazing!


Ordinary WorldThe Art of French Kissing

5. Ordinary World by Elisa Lorello -- This is the Sequel to Faking It and even though the first one is not set in Italy, This one ends up in Italy! And as I did the first book, I devoured it, and loved the Italian setting! The cover doesn't do it justice, it's wonderful!

6. The Art of French Kissing by Kristen Harmel -- This is another by her, but instead of Italy it is obviously in France, but it is fantastic too!


P.S. I Love YouTwilight (Twilight, #1)

7. PS I Love You by Cecelia Ahern -- I watched the movie to this before I read the book, but I had to devour the book which is even better (and more sad) than the movie! It is in New York but also goes to Ireland quite a bit through travel or flashbacks!

8. Twilight Series by Stephanie Meyer --  I know this is mainly in Washington, but there is also parts of it that flash to Italy and Europe back in the day and recent times and I really enjoyed reading those parts of it!
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Well, that's my list for the week! Hope you all enjoy!
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9 comments:

  1. One of my favorite European books was Corelli's Mandolin. I felt like I needed a dictionary on every other page, but everything about that book was beautiful. Great idea for a setting.

    I chose NY, mostly because its home :) http://www.riverarunsthroughit.com/2013/08/top-10-books-that-take-place-in-new-york.html

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  2. Europe is a great reading setting! I loved HP but I have yet to read majority of others you listed.

    My TTT

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  3. I also went with European setting! We only have Harry Potter in common though :)
    You're welcome to check out mine!
    My Top Ten Tuesday.

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  4. I love books with Italian settings. Your choices are all right up my alley.
    Also, thank you for following me. I'm now following you back with Bloglovin. Looking forward to visiting again.

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  5. Love books that let me travel along. It always makes for a nice escape :) My TTT

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  6. PS I Love You is a great choice for this list. I loved that book!



    My TTT.

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  7. I haven't read any of those but great list!

    My TTT:

    http://qaisracetusbookblog.blogspot.com/2013/08/top-ten-tuesday-81313.html

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  8. Yes for European setting! it's really intriguing, especially for those who live so far away like me. Yes for Anna and HP! <3
    Top Ten Tuesday
    Giveaways: Paperback of The GAP Club & 5 signed YA books

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  9. You literally become more and more my favorite person as time goes by. I'm not even kidding. Italy is my dream destination. I might even live there one day if I can manage to get citizenship. It's such a beautiful country. Florence is just....gah.

    I hope you have a great day.

    Rebecca @ Vicariously!

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