Thanks, Sara, for tagging me!
Here’s the link to Sara’s post, where I was tagged:
- Mention the creator of the tag and link back to original post [Alexandra @ Reading by Starlight]
- Thank the blogger who tagged you
- Answer the 10 questions below using any genre
- Tag 5+ friends
Secrets and Lies | A book set in a sleepy small town
Bonfire, Krysten Ritter
I felt as if I was dropped head-first into Barrens, Indiana, and experiencing everything in this small town with the main character.
Salt and Sand | A book with a beachside community
The Runaway: A Maryellen Mystery, Alison Hart
Maryellen’s world is set in Daytona Beach, Florida.
Here There Be Dragons | A book with a voyage on the high seas
The Woman in Cabin 10, Ruth Ware
This book is primarily set on an inaugural voyage, so this one definitely qualifies.
Tread Lightly | A book set down in a murky river or a jungle
Heart of Darkness, Joseph Conrad
I was assigned to read this in my senior year of high school. This was one book that creeped me out for a good while, long after I finished reading it.
Frozen Wastes | A book with a frostbitten atmosphere
Reading the fictional account of Minnie and her family during The Great Depression in 1932 made me shiver, in more ways than one.
The Boonies | A book with rough or isolated terrain
The Hunger Games, Suzanne Collins
District 12 is definitely rough and isolated. So are many other places in Panem.
Hinterlands and Cowboys | A book with a Western-esque setting
Brokeback Mountain, Annie Proulx
Set in the Wyoming mountains, this is one of a handful of books I think of when I imagine the American West.
Look Lively | A book across sweeping desert sands
Under a Painted Sky, Stacey Lee
I haven’t read this book, but I really want to.
Wild and Untamed | A book set in the heart of the woods
Bridge to Terabithia, Katherine Paterson
If you haven’t read this book, it’s a good one. It’s an emotional coming-of-age story, but this book made my imagination run wild. I turned the city park behind my house into my own Terabithia for years afterward, creating stories in my notebooks.
Wildest Dreams | A whimsical book shrouded in magic
Fallible Justice, Laura Laakso
I received this book as an ARC (My first-ever ARC!) from the publisher last year. This book is a fresh perspective on magic, the paranormal, and mystery. I’m so excited this book is part of a paranormal investigation series!
Tag – You’re It!
- Daniel at Page to Page
- Destiny at Howling Libraries
- Fiction No Chaser
- Jenna at Bookmark Your Thoughts
- Kristian of Life Lessons Around The Dinner Table
Until the next headline, Laura Beth 🙂