Top 10 Tuesday | Top Ten Historical Settings I Love

Top 10 Tuesday is a weekly meme hosted by The Broke and the Bookish. This week’s topic is the top 10 historical settings I love. I’m not a huge fan of historical fiction, but when I do read it, here are a few places I like to see…

  1. The 1920s: Perhaps the most glitz and glam era, the 1920s is my absolute favorite era to read about! Maybe it’s just since I read The Great Gatsby, but there’s just something, some invincible feeling, about this era!
  2. World War II: I love the drama of this era! I especially love hearing about spies in this ear and women in the war in this era!
  3. The Colonial Era: I’ve always been in love with the colonial era, ever since I was a kid. I especially love hearing about the war and how it changed people’s lives.
  4. The Medieval Period: There’s something so magical about the Medieval period. It’s just so…fantastically fantasy-esque!
  5. The Future: I’m lumping this together as obviously I can’t pick out a favorite era tat hasn’t even happened yet! Anyhoo! I love seeing how different people think the future will end up!
  6. Ancient Egypt: This era is just so intriguing and mysterious. Like an era when magic and reality mix
  7. Ancient Greece and Rome: *dramatic music* Age…of the gods…So dramatic!
  8. Ancient Middle East: You never hear anything about the ancient Middle East, but it sees pretty cool.
  9. The 1910s: Ever since Downton Abbey I’ve been obsessed with this era!
  10. The Renaissance: An era when art flourished should have art about it, ya know?

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Lila is a 25-year-old college student studying physics and a lover of literature. When she's not busy reading or saving the world through science, Lila can be found singing jazz and blues and obsessing over hedgehogs (a.k.a. the cutest animals in the multiverse!)

9 thoughts on “Top 10 Tuesday | Top Ten Historical Settings I Love

  1. AH! I love these! you mentioned a few I didn’t even think about. WWII would definitely be a cool setting, but I see quite a few I also mentioned in my TTT (posting later) like 1920, medieval, ancient egypt, ancient greece, and OF COURSE the renaissance. ^.^

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