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Top Five Bookish Maps | T5T

Hello everyone! Top 5 Tuesday is a weekly blog post run by Shanah at BionicBookWorm, where each week there’s a new topic in which we talk about 5 books that fit that category. This weeks topic is top five bookish maps. 

P.S. have you noticed that it’s not Tuesday? Yeah…I’m a day late. Apologies, classes have started back up and now I’m more confused and disorganized than ever.

I think fantasy books that contain maps are awesome. I love being able to refer to them while I’m reading, and just getting a good visual of everything that the story contains.

Unfortunately, I really haven’t read that many books with maps! I will talk about the few that I have read – aka the very popular and obvious ones!paragraph divder
1) Six of Crows // Crooked Kingdom by Leigh Bardugo 28c0e19414c13fff62842c44f9cba3f3

Me when I saw this visual representation of exactly what Kaz and the others would have to go through to break into the Ice Court:

2) Shadow & Bone // Siege & Storm // Ruin & Rising (Grisha Triology) by Leigh Bardugo
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If you haven’t read any Leigh Bardugo books yet, you’re really missing out! Both her Grisha Triology and Six of Crows Duology take place in the same universe – the “grishaverse”. I really love how elaborate and sp00ky this world, and look forward to King of Scars next year ❤️

3) Graceling // Fire // Bitterblue by Kristin Cashore f45f79f96e43025dc7239bf9fdf043bdMap
The Graceling Realm is another series that has a universe that I really enjoy. Here, the “Known World” is divided into 7 kingdoms, each of which has different rules and regulations for dealing with those that are “graced” — humans with supernatural abilities. These lands are described very beautifully, and vary from forests with babbling brooks to snowy mountains with unreal creatures.

4) Jane, Unlimited by Kristin Cashore

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Another Kristin Cashore book, this one takes place in the Tu Reviens luxurious mansion on its very own island. I really loved being able to see the blueprints of the house, it was super helpful in tracking our characters as they traveled about — especially when weird and mysterious events were occurring….


And that’s it! I know, kind of lame — only 4 maps, and I used the same author twice, haha. Leave me some recommendations for more good books that contains maps!



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