Top Ten Tuesday - A Vacation with a Book's Eye View

Tuesday, March 27, 2018

Are you like me and long to take a vacation, but just can't get all the ducks in the same row? You're in for a treat because today I am going to feature books that will take you to different parts of the world without having to buy a plane ticket, get a passport, and learn another language.

This book is perfect since it's Holy week. Visit Galilee through Tosca Lee's book Iscariot.
You can visit the Isle of Skye in Scotland in Carla Laureano's book Five Days in Skye.

 You can continue your vacation with the MacDonald family in London Tides, and visit London at the same time.

Leave London and go to Ethiopia and meet the Queen of Sheba in The Legend of Sheba by Tosca Lee.

Fly out of Ethiopia and go to war torn Europe during WWI in The Thorn Bearer by Pepper D. Basham.

Leave war torn Europe for Syria and Israel in Conspiracy of Silence by Ronie Kendig.

 How does a tour of Oxford with Narnia infused references sound? Well, if you love Narnia and England you can visit both in Can't Help Falling by Kara Isaac.

Go from Atlanta, Georgia to Italy in A Portrait of Emily Price by Katherine Reay.

See Normandy through the eyes of Sarah Sundin in The Sea Before Us. 

Visit Rome, Australia, Greece, and Peru through the eyes of Lindsay Harrel in her book The Heart Between Us.

Learn about the Monument Men in Shadowed by Grace by Cara Putman, and visit Italy.

Go to Austria in Kristy Cambron's debut novel, The Butterfly and the Violin. 

I really hope you've found a new book that can take you on a vacation when you aren't able to leave home. Let me know in the comments what books take you on vacation.

Top Ten Tuesday is sponsored by The Artsy Reader Girl.


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