Top Ten Tuesday: Books Set Outside The US

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Hello, guys! Better late than never, right? I really love today’s theme, because some of my favorite books take place outside the US, and well, I’m not one to pass up an opportunity to mention my faves *cough* Jellicoe Road*cough*.

And I also wanted to recommend the contemporary romances by Karina Halle, she travels a lot and she describes the different places so beautifully, so if you’re in the mood for these and want to have a serious case of wanderlust, add them to your TBR!

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THE SCORPIO RACES by Maggie Stiefvater – Ireland  

THE LIE by Karina Halle Edinburgh, Scotland & London, England

THE SHADOW by Sylvain Reynard – Florence, Italy

FEVERBORN by Karen Marie Moning – Dublin, Ireland

THE GIRL WITH THE DRAGON TATTOO by Stieg Larsson – Sweden

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RACING THE SUN by Karina Halle – Capri, Italy

WHERE SEA MEETS SKY by Karina Halle – New Zealand

SHADOW OF NIGHT by Deborah Harkness – England & France

JELLICOE ROAD by Melina Marchetta – Australia

MISS PEREGRINE’S HOME FOR PECULIAR CHILDREN by Ramson Riggs – Wales


In  THE SCORPIO RACES is never mentioned in which country the book takes place, but my buddy-readers and I think it is most probably set in Ireland. Tell me below which are your favorite books set outside the US, and leave your TTT so I can check it out!

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6 thoughts on “Top Ten Tuesday: Books Set Outside The US

  1. Esther says:

    That’s cool that you guys guessed it was Ireland! I also added The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo to my list because pretty much the first thing that comes to mind when I think of that trilogy (let’s pretend the other book never happened) is how the author kept mentioning every.single.street in Sweden.

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