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Top Ten Most Vivid Settings in Books

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 Top Ten Most Vivid Settings

This book was so scary, it felt like I was there. It had great descriptions of everything.

Duh.

OOO this one made me want to backpack. I've never backpacked anywhere and never should, as I am not outdoorsy at all. So that's sayin' something.

This one felt absolutely real. It was the best description in a book about the Titanic that I have read so far.

I could feel the freezing cold even though it was the middle of summer. I could see the awful living conditions.

Another "Duh."

I hate humidity and heat, but the steamy weather matches this book series. I can see everything she describes perfectly in my head. It's great.

I didn't know much about India before reading this. Now I want to go there. You could feel the love she had for that place through her words.

Everything felt real, even when it wasn't real. Or was it?


And last, but definitely not least, The Scorpio Races. I felt like I was there. I tried to make November Cakes. It took me to that place. Amazing.















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  1. I read The Watch that Ends the Night quite a while ago, and I have to agree with you. Good choice! Also the Sookie Stackhouse books.

    Here's my Top Ten.

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  2. Cool list!! I've been wanting to read Wanderlove & that titanic book sounds cool too... may have to check it out :)

    My TTT

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  3. Oooh...I put The Graveyard Book on my list, but Stardust is an even better choice! I love that book and movie!

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  4. I love books that transport you. Great list!

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