#TTT Pet Peeves: Maps in Books ANSWERS!

For this week’s TTT, I got you to guess which books some maps were form (here’s a link to the post if you missed it!). And here are the answers 🙂 A big shoutout to the hosts of these blogs below for the most correct guessed! As promised, I’ve linked up their sites so you can check them out – all of their content is fantastic.

How many of these maps did you manage to guess? Let me know in the comments!


1. Grishaverse by Leigh Bardugo

2. Harry Potter by She Who Must Not Be Named

3. The Priory Of The Orange Tree (this was one of two pages of maps!)

4. She Who Became The Sun

5. Serpent and Dove

6. The Folk Of The Air Series by Holly Black

7. Crier’s War

8. From Blood And Ash

9. The Shadowhunters Series

10. The School For Good And Evil

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I’m a teenager (and a Hufflepuff) from Manchester. I like oversized jumpers, music that isn't on the radio anymore and books. Pretty much any book I can get my hands on but my favourites are Young Adult, fantasy and science fiction. One day, I decided to share some of my opinions on some great - and not so great - books to people around the world. And here it is! I really enjoy it and I hope you do too. The aim is hundreds and thousands of book reviews (see what I did there?) but I’m not quite up to that. Yet.

10 thoughts on “#TTT Pet Peeves: Maps in Books ANSWERS!

  1. I guessed 3 right. I can’t believe I didn’t recognize the one from Serpent and Dove because I read it not to long ago. Although really I can believe it because I don’t really pay much attention to the maps. I mean they are pretty and all but I never give them more than a cursory glance.

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