|Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly meme hosted by The Broke and the Bookish|
Today's TTT is for books set on whenever place you would like, I chose Europe, is a pretty large continent and it has so many wanderlust settings that I would like to visit someday, so let's get to it.
1. Wanderlost by Jen Malone: Fun, quickly read, filled with wanderlust settings that made me wish so hard that I could pack and go to Europe right this second, plus for cute romance.
2. Persepolis by Marjane Satrapi: this graphic novel (and later movie) is set part on Iran and part on France, is one of my favorites GN because shows us a different POV on the religious and political conflicts of her country (Iran).
3. Harry Potter by J.K. Rowling: I mean duh, this one has England plus magical setting.
4. The Falconer by Elizabeth May: Historical Edinburgh with steampunk inventions and fairies, gimme!
5. Da Vinci's Tiger by L.M. Elliott: this book is a must to lovers of history and art, it has amazing descriptions of Florence at that time period, if only I had a TARDIS... Also, will forever ignore the cover change.
6. Crimson Bound by Rosamund Hodge: this one starts of in a magical version of Rocamadour, France, and after that I don't really know where it goes but let's pretend is all a fantasy version of France that I would most definitely wish existed for me to visit (except for the forest).
7. Isla and the Happily Ever After by Stephanie Perkins: from NYC to Paris to Barcelona this book is a must for those who love to get that wanderlust feeling from their stories, it all comes together with a cute romance and a coming of age story.
8. Geek Girl by Holly Smale: this series is so much fun! And the second one is also set in Japan so yay, it may be a little juvenile at times but is a sure garante of a good laugh and a quick read.
9. Angus, thongs and full-frontal snogging by Louise Rennison: if you still haven't read Georgia Nicholson, please remedy that soon, this series is so much fun and will definitely make you feel like a England teenage girl.
10. Unspoken by Sarah Rees Brennan: if you still aren't reading this series please change that, pretty please, this is one of my favorite series and is set on Sorry-in-the-Vale, in the Cotswolds, countryside of England, it makes you wish to make a trip to these little towns and find out all about their folclore.
That is all for me, let me know which books set on Europe do you recommend me!