(Feature hosted by the Broke and the Bookish)
Had some options on this one. I could take a look at the past with historical settings I love or would love to see, or I could take a look at the future for societies I love or would love to read about in books.
I chose the former, anti goes without saying that I would love to actually see the settings in some of my favorite historical fiction titles. Someone really needs to invent time travel. Have your read Timeline by Michael Crichton? For a history nerd, that was the ultimate. Going back. Living the life. Trying to survive. And the story almost gave me a heart attack.
What's on your list? Do you love past or future societies?
1) WWII (1940s) American Homefront - Flygirl by Sherrie Smith
2) WWII (1940s) The Front - Code Name Verity by Elizabeth Wein
3) New York (1920s) Roaring Twenties - The Diviners by Libby Bray
4) Rhode Island (1920s) Prohibition - Black Duck by Janet Taylor Lisle
5) England (14th Century) Medieval Times - Crispin by Avi
6) High Seas (18th Century) Colonization - Pirates! by Celia Rees
7) French Quarter (1950s) New Orleans - Out of the Easy by Ruta Sepetys
8) Manifest (1930s) Kansas - Moon Over Manifest by Clare Vanderpool
9) Oh Romeo (14th Century) Italy - Juliet by Anna Fortier
10) Wild West (19th Century) Arizona - Vengeance Road by Erin Bowman