Top Ten Tuesday

Books with Geographical Terms in the Title

20220913 Books with Geographical Terms in the Title
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Hi everyone, and welcome to a new Top Ten Tuesday post! Today we’re showcasing ‘Books with Geographical Terms in the Title’ (for example: mountain, island, latitude/longitude, ash, bay, beach, border, canyon, cape, city, cliff, coast, country, desert, epicenter, hamlet, highway, jungle, ocean, park, sea, shore, tide, valley, etc.). This topic was submitted by Lisa of Hopewell.
I checked my list of books read and on my TBR and came up with the list below. This is a short and sweet post, so let’s get to it!

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51 Comments

  1. Your first two are on my list also. I had a very difficult time with this task this week. Apparently I don’t read many books with geographical terms. My list this week

    1. It was definitely surprised to find this many this week.

  2. Undead City! That’s from one of my favorite UF series, and obviously, a great place to add to this week’s TTT!

    1. Ah I loved that series too! I love that it’s one of your favorites, I haven’t seen it around the blogosphere a lot…

  3. I really hope to read The House in the Cerulean Sea some time this year!

    1. I hope you’ll love The House in the Cerulean Sea as much as I did!

  4. Rae | HerSerialLife.com says:

    Great list and fantastic picks for this week’s prompt. I have so many of these books on my TBR and we have City of Brass in common this week. Here is my TTT: https://herseriallife.com/top-10-books-with-geographical-terms-in-title/
    Have a great week 😀

    1. Thanks so much! City of Brass is on my TBR, I hope to get to it soon.

  5. Great list with some really pretty covers – really intrigued by The Perilous Sea. Can’t believe I forgot about City of Brass!
    My TTT

    1. The Perilous Sea does have a super pretty cover indeed!

  6. A great looking list – I loved House in the Cerulean Sea. I want to read Beach Read.

    Have a great week!

    Emily @ Budget Tales Book Blog
    My post:
    https://budgettalesblog.wordpress.com/2022/09/13/top-ten-tuesday-books-with-geographical-terms-in-the-title/

    1. House in the Cerulean Sea was just so lovely indeed! Hope you’ll love Beach Read when you try it!

      1. It was. A proper comfort read. Fingers crossed!

  7. I remember when that Morgan Rhodes series was hugely popular! That series had great covers. 🙂

    1. I know, I loved that series but it already feels like so long ago!

  8. masterspj says:

    A great list! I haven’t read any of them.

    Pam @ Read! Bake! Create!
    https://readbakecreate.com/books-with-home-terms-in-the-title/

  9. I had City of Brass on my list today as well. I think I had the most titles with ‘sea’ and ‘city’ on my GR list. I never noticed before 😂 Surprisingly, none of the books I’ve read had “beach” in the title, lol. Great list!

    1. Indeed, city and sea seemed to be the most popular 🙂 I’ve only had the one beach, also thought that would have been more.

  10. I really should read The House in the Cerulean Sea sometime.

    My post: https://lydiaschoch.com/top-ten-tuesday-books-with-geographical-terms-in-the-title/

    1. I hope you’ll love it as much as I did if you decide to try it!

  11. Sea seems to be a very common one this week! Love your list!

    1. It is, I had no idea there were so many titles with sea!

  12. Fun list. I read and enjoyed City of Ghosts.

    1. Thanks! City of Ghosts is on my TBR so I’m glad to hear you enjoyed it.

  13. Ooo! Tides! That’s a great one.

  14. Mountain! I wish I would have thought of a book to use with that one.

    1. OOPS! I’m super tired and losing it. I had two posts open and commented on yours twice. How embarrassing!

      1. Oh, no worries that has happened to me as well, thank you for the bonus comment 🙂

  15. The only one I have read on your list is Beach Read. Have a great week! https://cindysbookcorner.blogspot.com/2022/09/top-ten-tuesday-authors-that-gravitate.html

    1. I loved Beach Read! Thanks!

  16. Good choices! 😀 If I had done books found on my shelf, The Starless Sea would’ve made my list. Unfortunately, I haven’t read it yet so it didn’t count with my list as is.

    1. Thanks! Hope you’ll enjoy The Starless Sea if you decide to try it!

  17. Sophie @BewareOfTheReader says:

    We share several today!

    1. Glad to hear we have some in common 🙂

  18. Frozen Tides has such an amazing cover. always liked those. Ocean’s Echo too!

    1. That series does indeed have beautiful covers!

  19. I’ve read City of Brass and City of Ghosts and really enjoyed both.
    My TTT: https://jjbookblog.wordpress.com/2022/09/13/top-ten-tuesday-385/

    1. I haven’t read these yet, so I’m glad to hear you enjoyed them!

  20. I did “sea” books this week so we have a lot of overlap. 🙂

    1. Sea is indeed a popular word in book titles.

  21. This is a really great collection for this week. Though it does remind me that I have a copy of The House in the Cerulean Sea still waiting for me to get around to it…

    1. I hope you’ll love The House in the Cerulean Sea!

  22. I haven’t read any of your books but the first one came up so often last year that I really think I ought to.

    Interesting list, well done, Lindsey.

    Thanks for visiting my TTT this week.

    1. I hope you’ll love that one if you decide to try it!

  23. Poinsettia says:

    Beach Read sounds fun! Here is our Top Ten Tuesday. Thank you!

    1. It was really fun!

  24. I haven’t read any of these (because I suck lol) but I really wanna read The House in the Cerulean Sea, The City of Brass and The Starless Sea!

    1. I LOOOOVED The House in the Cerulean Sea, enjoyed The Starless Sea and still need to read City of Brass but I’ve only heard good things 🙂

  25. I remember SO many talking about Erin’s book when it released. I don’t think I really read up on that one, but I do love the title. Thanks so much for visiting Finding Wonderland on this week! Really appreciate that. 🙂

    1. I enjoyed The Starless Sea, but I have to say I loved her other novel, The Night Circus, more 🙂

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