Top Ten Tuesday: 10 Books Set Outside the US

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Hello, welcome back to another Tuesday. Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly meme hosted by The Broke and the Bookish. This week’s theme is:

Ten Books Set Outside The US (I don’t know about you but sooo much of what I read is set in the US and I love finding new recs of stuff set outside of it!)

YA is probably the worst to find books outside the US (or UK), so I added a few NA books to the mix.


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23 thoughts on “Top Ten Tuesday: 10 Books Set Outside the US

  1. Alicia @hashtaglovebooks says:

    Yes!! Anna and The French Kiss is a classic! I love it so much and everything about that book makes me want to travel to France! Cinder is really good as well! I still need to finish off the series but I can’t stand the fact that the second novel is no longer about Cinder and Kai!

  2. Lux Winter says:

    As a non-US book blogger, most of my books are set outside the US, so it’s really funny to see this. “Lessons in Gravity” has been on my to-read forever, but so far I didn’t get around to reading it 😦

  3. Random Reads says:

    I was trying to do only YA but I had to add in some Tween just to make it five! You did great with making a whole list! I learned that I need to read more books set outside the US

  4. Lois says:

    I’ve never read a book set in Iceland despite the fact it’s one of my top 5 places to visit. Lessons in Gravity also sounds like a super cute read. 😀

  5. amortalreader1 says:

    Great Choices, i’ve been reading posts like this thinking huh I don’t think I’ve read any books outside of the US and the UK but I have haha you reminded me. Of course Anna and the French Kiss which makes me want to go to france so bad, I definitely need to re-read that again soon. The cover just makes me happy as well.
    I have also read Cinder which was a really interesting one seeing as it is set in china!

  6. Kat Impossible says:

    You have so many cool countries! I was totally failing to think of places and I didn’t want to use all the same (even though I had to use some) from the YA books from around the world tag. Well done!

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