Where in the World Book Tag

**Audrey feels like doing a book tag.**

**Audrey only has twenty minutes to write a post.**

**Audrey also experiences huge travel craves.**

Here’s the result! This really short but fun book tag I hope you’ll like!


  1. Name three books that you loved that are set in another city (or strongly inspired by it if fantasy).
  2. Share three places in the world that you think would make an awesome setting for a book.
  3. Tag as many people as you want!


1. Six of Crows, by Leigh Bardugo

Amsterdam-inspired and bloody awesome!


2. The Gentleman’s Guide to Vice and Virtue, Mackenzi Lee

A Grand Tour of 1700s-London and Paris and Venice and Barcelona and OMG CAN I PLEASE MELT INTO THESE PAGES.


3. All the Bright Places, Jennifer Niven

This book makes me want to visit all the weird little places in Indiana that Finch and Violet go to because FIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIINCH.

**Audrey dies in the unbearble wait of the movie release.**



I wish to read a book set in one of these countries:

  1. China
  2. Argentina
  3. Antartica

Let me know in the comments if you have some book recs that are set in one of these places!


  1. scribblesandstories
  2. bluejaybooks
  3. purelyolivia
  4. wordhaven
  5. simplysapphiresong
  6. readingwithjax
  7. theawkwardbookblogger
  8. jilljemmett
  9. lifeandotherdisasters
  10. thewritinghufflepuff
  11. kristinkravesbooks
  12. And you!
  13. Yes, you!

That’s it for me!

Let me know what you think of this tag in the comments, and what places you’d love for a book to be set in or inspired of!

Happy reading, everyone!



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  1. Thank you SO much for tagging me! I LOVE Six of Crows and now I NEED to read the Gentleman’s Guide to Vice and Virtue because 1700’s Europe? YES!

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  2. Ahh thank you for tagging me! I’m sorry that I’m only just now seeing it! This is such a cute tag idea — I really really want to read Six of Crows, but I haven’t gotten around to it yet. I’m glad to see that you liked it πŸ™‚

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  3. Most of my books take place in England lol. But I’ve read two that took place in the former Czechoslovakia, one in what is now Serbia… hmm, can’t remember anything else off the top of my head.

    Antarctica would be an awesome setting for a book!

    I love central and eastern Europe, so I want to read more books with that setting!

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    1. Yeah, classics set in England are so good! πŸ™‚ I’m trying to think of books I read that are set in Eastern Europe, and the only one coming to mind right now is Dracula! Romania, I loved it! πŸ˜€


      1. I totally forgot about Dracula! Yes, Romania!

        The Unbearable Lightness of Being is from Milan Kundera and takes place in old Czechoslovakia. One book from the former Yugoslavia that I read is Zlata’s Diary. … I’m blanking on the others lol

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  4. Thanks for tagging me, Audrey!! This tag looks like fun and OMG. The first book popping up my mind was All the Bright Places with exactly the same reasons you said!!!!!!!!!! :O I’m not sure if The Lunar Chronicles is based in China but as far as I know, it’s set in New Beijing so I guess it’s pretty oriental? :)) Anyways, can’t wait to post mine. ^^

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  5. LOOK AT YOU MAKING THESE AMAZING TAGS, i can’t wait to do this one, i already have some books in mind.
    can you believe i STILL haven’t read gentlemen’s guide?? i’m disappointed in myself but i’m getting there, i promise.
    also, yes, i want a book set in antarctica how did i never think about it. ❀

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