Tuesday, June 12, 2018

TOP TEN TUESDAY-10 BOOKS THAT MAKES ME WANT TO TRAVEL


Hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl-
So here are my top ten picks that make me want to travel!!

1. Harry Potter!!
I especially want to catch a train...
2. Seashells, Spells and Caramels-mainly because I would love to see this spectacular setting!!

3.Overkill-Ted Bell
St. Moritz anyone? How about the Alps? England? All kinds of great places in here!
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4. Midnight Blue-Simone Van Der Vlugt-Amsterdam!!

5.Illuminae-J.Kristoff and A. Kaufman-definitely an interesting setting.

6.

Another interesting setting!!-Part space, part land!!

7.
Oh, I love the bed!!

8.
Always,Scotland-home of my ancestors!! 69% of them were laborers!!
9.
From France to Spain? Yep.

10.Beauty and The Beast-castle/library

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What places would you like to see>from books you've read?

24 comments:

  1. I would love to go on some kind of world tour of the best libraries. Wouldn't that just be a dream?

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    1. It would!! I saw one in another country that was GIGANTIC-yep would love to!

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  2. Awww Harry Potter makes me wish I loved trains more. lol

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  3. Ooh Overkill seems to have all th good locations! :)

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    1. This book is excellent, James Bond/Mission Impossible type read-love it!!

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  4. A lot of people are putting contemporaries and romances on their list this week, but I love your additions of science fiction! I loved Illuminae and I definitely agree that it makes me want to take a trip into outer space (minus all of the violence, of course).
    I have also ALWAYS wanted to visit Hogwarts too. Now, I might just have to settle for the Universal Studios version in Florida, but I am still not complaining!
    Tessa @ Crazy for YA
    My TTT (I accidently did the wrong week but I would still love a visit!): http://4evercrazyforya.blogspot.com/2018/06/my-realistic-summer-2018-tbr.html

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    1. Yeah I like to include as much as possible-it makes it more unique!! I will be stopping by!!

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  5. Yes! Harry Potter! And Beauty and the Beast definitely makes me want to check out castles and libraries all over the world.

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  6. Oh, how could I have forgotten Harry Potter on my list! I shame myself. Have a great week. - Katie

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    1. It's easy to forget obvious...LOL Have a great week also!!

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  7. I don't know, the Illuminae world was really scary. I have yet to really read a book that made me want to go to outer space. =)

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    1. I would just like to visit-not actually live in that particular setting...LOL

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  8. Harry Potter = of course! But Overkill is far for intriguing right now I must admit!

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  9. Harry Potter is a great choice though I think I might want to go to the Universal Studios version - it's way safer! These are some great choices. I do love traveling by book.

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  10. A great list! I'd love to visit Hogwarts.

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  11. Harry Potter for sure - I would love to go to Hogwarts one day, but the closest one is far away in an amusement park so the next closest is the Harry Potter game which is okay.

    I would love to see the library in Beauty and the Beast as well - I'm sure there would be a lot of timeless books. ^_^

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    1. Yeah seeing the real Hogwarts would be awesome,and I love the Beauty and the Beast library!!

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  12. I've seen SO many good reviews/fangirl gushes over the Illuminate trilogy, but I don't feel like they'd be my kind of read. But I do find their concept really interesting... so who knows. ;)

    One place I would love to sneak into? Belle's library! :)

    Thanks so much for visiting Finding Wonderland, Joann.

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    1. I am definitely not fangirling over Illuminae, but its interesting and a new to me read,.So thats good!! Have a great week!

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  13. Ooo that library. I'd love to visit it, too :D

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  14. Thanks again for the recommendation of Two Steps Forward. Do you think you'll ever make it to Spain to walk the Camino? I'm in my mid-forties, so I'm taking hard looks at the things I've wanted to do, but haven't done yet for whatever reason. This one may need to get bumped up a bit.

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