Top Ten Tuesday 8/13/13

Tuesday, August 13, 2013
Hi everyone!

August 13: Top Ten Favorite Books With X Setting (ie: futuristic world, set mostly in schools, during World War II, books set in California  etc. etc. So many possibilities!) 

X= Not the USA (This includes non-existent places too, for the record. XD)

 

(Guys, please help me. How do I get my books in straight rows?)

That's my TTT! I'd love to see your list, so please leave a link and a comment so I can check yours out! Stick around, read some of my other posts, and if you like what you see, follow me! :D

Thanks. :)


17 comments:

yaescapefromreality said...

Love the City of Bones series and The Graceling! I've heard great things about The Princess Academy, but I haven't read it yet. ~Pam

Rachel Ann said...

Creative Setting - I like it! I also have Graceling on my top ten list this week for alternative realms. Here is a link.

http://thebigbookbinge.blogspot.com/2013/08/top-ten-books-set-in-alternate-realm.html

New follower on bloglovin'

Rachel @ The Big Book Binge

Sana said...

Oh yes, Confessions of a Shopaholic and The Mortal Instruments are both great books! I've yet to read the others.

P.S. Go to this link for a how-to guide for putting pictures in a row or column!

Saru Garg said...

Pam, glad you like them! You should read it, it's really good. :D

Rachel Ann, thanks!

Sana, those are two of my all-around favorite series. :) Of the other books on my list, my most higly recommended one is definitely The Book Thief!
OH MY GOODNESS THANK YOU FOR THAT LINK! :D

Erin @ Pursuit of Good Reads said...

Currently reading The Book Thief, it's living up to all the hype!! I'll be checking out the link on how to fix photos! Many tears have been shed at 4 in the morning trying to get photos to line up!

Jillyn said...

Good list. I love Sophie Kinsella books.
My TTT.

Saru Garg said...

Erin, I'm so glad you're enjoying it!! Haha, I'm glad I'm not the only one. XD

Jillyn, thanks! Me too. :)

Asti said...

Ooh, I like that you chose ones set outside of the US! Creative! I've only read City of Glass and The Book Thief, and enjoyed both (well, more like loved the latter). I'll have to look into some of these others. I've always wanted to read Graceling.

Saru Garg said...

Thanks Asti! I loved both of those. :) You should read Graceling! It's awesome! :)

Sandy Farmer said...

Thanks for stopping by my TTT earlier! Love Graceling and City of Glass. Great choices! Still need to read The Book Thief!

Sandy @ Somewhere Only We Know

Saru Garg said...

No problem! I love them too! Thanks. :) Yes, The Book Thief. It's beautiful.

Stephanie (Love.Life.Read) said...

Thanks for stopping by my TTT. Great list--fun setting choice with so many choices.

Happy Reading!
Stephanie
My TTT

Saru Garg said...

No problem! Thanks. :)

Kelly said...

Yay for Graceling! I loved that one; I mean, how can you not like Po?
I also have to read The Book Thief. I've heard nothing but great things about it.
Thanks for stopping by my TTT & sorry for the late response!

Saru Garg said...

Me too! GAH I love Po! The Book Thief! Yes! Read it! :D No problem! Thanks for dropping by. :)

chrissireads said...

Sophie Kinsella's books are awesome! Great list. I'm sorry for the late reply, but blogger wasn't playing nicely for me last week! I bookmarked the blogs I wanted to comment on so I could comment when it decided to work for me again!

Saru Garg said...

I know! Thanks, and it's no problem! :) Glad it's working for you again!

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