Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly meme hosted by the girls over at The Broke and the Bookish, where bloggers get together and list the top ten things related to that week's topic.
- Set in a dome - Steel Lily by Megan Curd
I don't like dome settings much, but I love this. I think they have to be done in a certain way, otherwise they're just a bit boring and ridiculous (cough, Breathe, cough). Curd did it perfectly, and I'm a big fan of this series.
- Set in a believable dystopian world - Delirium by Lauren Oliver
I can kind of imagine a future Earth where love is considered a disease - where the government sets everyone up with their own partners and how emotions are kept in check. It wouldn't happen for centuries of course, but I can kind of imagine it.
- Set in England - Clockwork Angel by Cassandra Clare
SHADOWHUNTERS IN ENGLAND, YAY!
- Set partially in Heaven or Hell - Daughter of Smoke and Bone by Laini Taylor
I really like this setting, and I'm not entirely sure why. I'm going to blame this on my Supernatural obsession.
- Set in a foreign country - Just One Day by Gayle Forman
It's set in France and I honestly have never wanted to visit the country more than when I was reading this book.
- Set in a mental hospital - Girl, Interrupted by Susanna Kaysen
Is it weird to say that I like books with mental illnesses as a key theme? Yeah? Oh well.
- Set mainly in a car - Saving June by Hannah Harrington
I want to go on a road trip across America - but alas I cannot, so I'm doing the next best thing; reading books about it.
- Set in a boarding school - Prep School Confidential by Kara Taylor
Everyone who goes to a boarding school complains about going to a boarding school, but I find it intriguing. I've always wondered what it'd be like, living with a bunch of other teens my age for weeks on end - I'm sure it'd drive me crazy, but I still find it interesting.
- Set in the 20th century - Revolution by Jennifer Donnelly
It's half set in 20th-century France, and half set in the modern day. Still counts though, right?
- Set during a World War - The Book Thief by Markus Zusak
I'm pretty sure this book makes the cut most weeks. It's good, sue me.