Top Ten Tuesday #89: Top Books Set Outside the US!

Posted July 19, 2016 by Nori in Book Meme / 12 Comments

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This week’s topic is Top Ten Tuesday #89: Top Books Set Outside the US!

When I saw this topic, I completely blanked. Oops? So, what did I do? I asked Twitter!!! And of course, Twitter was very helpful in reminding me of some great books.


1. My Lady Jane by Cynthia Hand, Brodi Ashton, & Jodi Meadows


2. The Crown’s Game by Evelyn Skye


3. Anna and the French Kiss by Stephanie Perkins


4. Wolf by Wolf by Ryan Graudin


5. Grave Mercy by Robin LaFevers

Do you have any of these books featured in your TTT this week? Have you read any of them? Let me know in the comments below!

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12 responses to “Top Ten Tuesday #89: Top Books Set Outside the US!

  1. Grave Mercy, The Crown’s Game, and Wolf by Wolf made my list. I haven’t read My Lady Jane yet (but I really want to), and I didn’t count Anna just because there are a few scenes set in the U.S., although I probably would’ve used it in a pinch (and I almost had to). This week’s topic is definitely showing me there need to be more books set outside the U.S.!

  2. Hey girly, girl😗 Loved all the books you picked, I haven’t read many on this list. Especially, Grace Mercy. Which have been on my TBR forever. I hope to get to it soon tho.
    Hope you have a lovely day sweetie xoxo 😗😗😗

  3. You can always count on twitter to lend a helping hand. My Lady Jane has been one book I’ve seen a lot of people talk about these days and I’m definitely intrigued. Wolf by Wolf has to be one of my favourite reads of the year. It was such a tense and exciting reading experience. 😀

  4. Hahah yay for Twitter! I have read 3 out of the 5 here, and I really want to read My Lady Jane at some point! Even though it looks intimidating length wise.

  5. My Lady Jane was so good! Such a fun book. I haven’t read any of the others you mentioned. Might need to fix that! I keep seeing Anna and the French Kiss.

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