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Top Ten Tuesday: Books Set In Winter

Happy Tuesday everyone!  Welcome to the Top Ten Tuesday now hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl.  This week's topic is Holiday/ Seasonal Freebie and I've elected to feature Books Set In Winter.  I'm breaking it up by books that I've read and books on my tbr.  Without further ado, her we go in alphabetical order by title:

Books I've Read


The Curse of the Wendigo (The Monstrumologist #2) by Rick Yancey

Frankenstein by Mary Shelley

The Hunger by Alma Katsu

Let the Right One In by John Ajvide Lindqvist

Misery by Stephen King

NOS4A2 by Joe Hill

The Road by Cormac McCarthy

The Shining by Stephen King

Books On My TBR


Krampus: The Yule Lord by Brom

Life Expectancy by Dean Koontz


What are some of your favorite books set in winter?  As always, thanks for visiting my blog and perhaps even commenting down below!

Comments

  1. Frankenstein was such a good story, too.

    My post.

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  2. Great take on the topic. Here is my post-https://paigesofbook.blogspot.com/2020/12/top-ten-tuesday-holiday-seasonal.html.

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  3. Frankenstein is really good! I haven't read it in a very long time though. Here is my Top Ten Tuesday. Thank you!

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    1. I was pretty late in the game with it myself. It's so worth it.

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  4. Misery gives off such cold, winter vibes. I haven't read it, but I did see the movie.

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    1. The book gives off those vibes as well for sure. :)

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  5. Frankenstein isn't the first book I would think of when it comes to winter, but seeing it here, you are absolutely right, it's very wintry.

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    1. I normally wouldn't either, but the it's 1st frame story is very wintery. :)

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  6. Ooh Wendigo. And The hunger. I love a creepy story set in winter!

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  7. Great list! NOS4R2 is such a fun read for the winter. It's been so long since I read Frankenstein, I need to give it a re-read at some point!

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    1. This would be as good a time as every to do it! :)

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  8. I have seen The Shining a few times today. Never read the book, but the movie prompted many of my childhood nightmares.

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  9. For whatever reason, I rarely think about Misery when it comes to winter reads, but it's really the perfect read for the season ... well, if you don't mind hobbling.

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  10. The Shining made my list too! There are a surprising number of Stephen King books that take place in winter. I probably could have filled my whole list with them.

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  11. Yesss! Awesome list! I really enjoyed Krampus: The Yule Lord!

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