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Top Ten Tuesday: Books I’ve Read In Other Countries

Hey y’all! Top Ten Tuesday is a bookish question idea that was originally created and hosted by The Broke and the Bookish, from way back in June 2010! Since January 2018, Top Ten Tuesday has been hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl. Thanks for taking it over! The idea is to make a list of ten books or bookish things on different topics each week. Check out her site for details on how to join and what the upcoming prompts are. ๐Ÿ˜Š You can also see all the posts from other bloggers linked on each weekly post on their main site.

This week’s prompt is books read on vacation, and over the years I’ve made travel and “vacation” a priority in my life as much as I could. Below is a list of what I’ve been reading on the trains and planes and parks in between exploring. Plus one bonus from my home country, as opposed to one of those I’ve only visited (or briefly lived in).

The Books

That’s all folks! Have you ever read a book in another country? Drop links to your posts below! ๐Ÿ™‚

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18 thoughts on “Top Ten Tuesday: Books I’ve Read In Other Countries

  1. How cool that you’ve been able to visit so many countries! I read Dracula in Canada, and I know I read something in Ukraine twenty years ago, but I can’t remember what anymore.

    Mmmmmm, The Outsiders is just an amazing book, no matter where you read it!!!

    (Here’s my TTT post for this week, if you’re curious.)

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    1. I can see that, like enjoying the time exploring away ๐Ÿ™‚ I got a lot of this done on buses and trains between destinations haha. The link is giving an error though!

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  2. Oh I loved what you did here Jennifer! Lovely post. The Outsiders! Gosh, I’ve read it years ago. Salt to the Sea is such a beautiful book and The Girl on the Train is actually a really good book to read on a trip.

    Have a good Tuesday!

    Elza Reads

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