Tuesday, February 2, 2016

Historical Settings in Books that I Love

Nazi Times





The Dust Bowl


American West

Old Japan


Old France

The Placid Fifties of My Childhood


New York


The Old South

Old England


Old North Africa

Galveston during the 1900 Storm

Titanic

Black Plague Times


Old Australia


World War I


Old Vietnam


Old Canada

Old China

Old India









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20 comments:

  1. Wow! That's a lotta picks! Lol! I'm not much of a history buff, but nice picks!!

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  2. So, everywhere really? Great list.

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  3. Wow! Fantastic list! You read widely - both in location and time period. I'm fascinated by books set in the World War 2 era and especially those set on the home front. New York is such a fantastic setting as well and I love anything about the Titanic.

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    1. I kept thinking of more and more historical periods I love.

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  4. Love the way you listed out your selections for this week! Japan is another one of my favourite historical settings, there's just so much history and culture to that country.

    My TTT

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  5. Wonderful selection of historical settings, for which I don't really read enough of, so no TTT list for me this week. I do enjoy books set in Victorian time's.

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  6. That is an amazing selection of books. I'm likely to spend quite some time looking these up!

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  7. Tried commenting numerous times on the blog, but unsuccessfully. Anyway, just wanted to say I LOVE this list and plan to review in-depth. I want to make list of books to read while recuperating :) From Molly

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  8. Galveston during the 1900 storm - Yes!!! I wish there were more books about that time period. I read one that I think was a YA book a number of years ago and can't think of it now. It was very good. And I also love Dust Bowl books. You could also add 'Texas, a long time ago', 'Austin, pretty much anytime', Victorian England, 1920's, 1960's and 70's.

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  9. Wow! What a great list! And great books! I'm going to have to think of what are my favorite historical settings and the books that represent them! Thanks for sharing!

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  10. Wow you put a lot of thought into this post and have read a ton of books from different time periods!

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  11. Wow, what a terrific list!! Very nicely done!!

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  12. Wow, that's a pretty extensive list of different historical settings!

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  13. great list, indeed. I haven't read most of them but I'm intrigued..

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  14. Nice list. I'm trying to see the Old Canada titles. Is that Anne of Green Gables?

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