Top Ten Tuesday is hosted by The Broke and the Bookish
This week's top is Top Ten Settings in books, real and fictional
Hogwarts. Really, I'm in my mid-twenties and still waiting for my letter to visit this castle :)
Paris. I visited Paris in 08 and it become one of my favorite places in the world. I absolutely loved Anna's view of this city.
Beck's beach house. It just sounds so cozy and there is beach outside the back door. Lovely.
Montana. I thought this was the weirdest place for YA book to set, but honestly? Montana is quite beauitful and Hand did an excellent job describing her setting.
Road Tripping. Loved Matsons's cross country road trip. I even called a friend to confirm details about Wichita.
New York City. One of my favorite cities, I think NYC in an excellent setting for novels due its diversity and general awesomeness.
Switzerland and Poland. I love reading books that take place in places I've been.
Italy. This book goes all across that boot-shaped country and I loved reading every travel.