16 August 2016

Top 10 Tuesday: Books Set In A Boarding School



So it's Tuesday which means it's time for another Top 10 Tuesday hosted by the ladies over at The Broke and the Bookish. This week is focused on a topic where bloggers could choose to highlight 10 books in a particular setting. I chose to focus on boarding school. Keep reading to see what I chose!! : ) 



Harry Potter by J.K. Rowling: This list would not be complete without Harry Potter. It has boarding schools & MAGIC. I mean come on who wouldn't want to go to a magical boarding school. 










A Study in Charlotte by Brittany Cavallaro: This is definitely for individuals who are fans of Sherlock Holmes. Murder, mystery, and suspense all at a boarding school. 













Morning Glories: This is probably one of the most twisted boarding school stories I've ever read. It's creepy, but also unique and it definitely was fun to read. 













The School for Good & Evil by Soman Chainani: What I think I loved most about this book was not only that it takes place at a boarding school, but also the fact that nothing is what it seems. And when I say nothing I mean absolutely nothing. 











Gemma Doyle Trilogy by Libba Bray: If you know anything about Libba Bray you know that she has this tendency to write AMAZING stories. So I definitely had to check this series out. It not only takes place at a boarding school but it also has some mystical/paranormal elements as well. 












Covenant Series by Jennifer L. Armentrout: Two words: mythology & boarding school. That's all I'm going to say. 














Gotham Academy: If you're a fan of anything related to Gotham City I would definitely recommend checking this series out. It takes place at a boarding school and it pays a lot of homage to the original city in which Batman fought most of his crime! : ) 












Looking for Alaska by John Green: This isn't my favorite John Green book, but it contains a boarding school element and definitely has some unexpected twists and turns. 












Hex Hall Series by Rachel Hawkins: This is the series where I fell in love with Rachel Hawkins. It's a paranormal book that takes at a boarding school and contains so many different elements that you as a reader do not see coming. I highly recommend this series. 












The Private Series by Kate Brian: I will start by saying this isn't the best written series, but it was my guilty pleasure growing up and I loved the boarding school elements. 

8 comments:

  1. Great picks this week! A Study in Charlotte sounds so great; it's been on my TBR for a while now. I'm reading Pure right now and really liking it. Personally, I am enjoying myself more than I was reading Half-Blood.

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    1. Pure is definitely better than Half-Blood. Let me know when you get to the third book if you want to do a buddy read.

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  2. I actually picked up The School for Good and Evil as an impulse buy last month and I'm excited to get into it! Great list!

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    1. I'm glad you liked it! It is a great series. : )

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  3. A Study in Charlotte looks great! I haven't been very interested in it, but it keeps on popping up on blogs I love, so maybe I'll just have to check it out :D

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