Top Ten Tuesday: Book Titles with Geographical Terms

Bonjour tout la monde, today’s Top Ten Tuesday from Jana at That Artsy Reader Girl is Books with Geographical Terms in the Title. And, as someone who loves geography, geology and, science in general, of course I’ve found 10 books to share with you:

  • BONE CANYON by Lee Goldberg
  • LOST HILLS by Lee Goldberg
  • RESURRECTION BAY by Emma Viskic
  • A KILLING IN THE HILLS by Julia Keller
  • CHALK PIT by Elly Griffiths
  • THE DARK LAKE by Sarah Bailey
  • THE CITY OF BRASS by SA Chakraborty
  • JADE CITY by Fonda Lee
  • DEATH ON THE NILE by Agatha Christie
  • THE LAST HOUSE ON NEEDLESS STREET by Catriona Ward

And you, what books made it onto your list today?

12 thoughts on “Top Ten Tuesday: Book Titles with Geographical Terms

  1. How about (fiction, and in no particular order) …

    Joe Abercrombie: Half the World
    Charlie Jane Anders: The City in the Middle of the Night
    Nevada Barr: High Country
    David Brin: Earth
    Arthur C. Clarke: The Fountains of Paradise
    Stephen R. Donaldson: The Illearth War
    Neil Gaiman: The Ocean at the End of the Lane
    Mary Robinette Kowal: The Lady Astronaut of Mars (… okay, stretch GEOgraphy …)
    Ursula K. Le Guin: The Books of Earthsea
    K.J. Parker: Sixteen Ways to Defend a Walled City

    honorary mention: Terry Pratchett: The Discworld Novels

    1. Ha! Now why didn’t I think of some of those titles? Especially Le Guin and Donaldson, both of which I’ve read. And I have Parker on my Wish List as well.

      Excellent choices!

    1. Hi Rae, thanks, it seems I have read quite a few books that fit todays prompt. And Jade City started slow but builds and then, builds. Hope you enjoy the read. Now, off to see what made it onto your list.

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