Top Ten Places Books Have Made Me Want to Visit

Top Ten Tuesday is a meme hosted by The Broke and The Bookish, where we post 10 of our favorite things in each category. 

Top Ten Places Books Have Made Me Want to Visit

1. Hogwarts
Are you kidding me? This isn't even a question.  I would do anything to become a witch or wizard and attend Hogwarts. It's a bad obsession. I often question my sanity. 

2. New Orleans
Out of the Easy has made me want to go back to New Orleans and explore a personal view of the city. I have always loved New Orleans and it's eccentricity, and a story set in it? Perfect.
3. Iceland
 
To be honest, I didn't finish this book. I didn't think it really was worth continuing. But the setting was beautiful, and the way the author described Iceland...

4. Prince Edward Island
I really would love to go here. Anne is one of my favorite classic heroines and I love the beautiful setting and the way she describes it. It sounds like such a beautiful place!

5. L'eihr
I think that it would be fascinating to go to L'eihr, and I love how Melissa Landers described it in such a way that there was enough there, but I was also free to my own imagination. (And if all the guys there are as hot as Aelyx, PLEASE.) 

6. Neverland
This is a classic, but a good one. Who wouldn't want to live in practical paradise where you can fly, and never have to grow up?

7. Luna
I want to live in a world where I can make other people believe I am beautiful and perform magic! Sounds great!

8. Capitol of Panem

 
I know, I know. The world of the districts kind of suck. And would I like to be in arena? Heck no. But the craziness of the Capitol and all the over dramatic lunatics living in it would be so cool to meet.

9. Germany
The immense history and the horrific stories make me want to go to Germany and see the real places for myself. Reading The Book Thief only makes me want to go there more, and experience the awe on a personal level. 

10. Shadow Falls Camp


I loved this series, and even though it seems a bit cheesy and girly, the story itself was actually quite interesting. I would love to go to the camp and meet all the different...er...creatures. 

What are some of your places you'd like to visit from books? Leave a comment telling me!



3 comments:

  1. Due to the wonderful writings in the book Love Minus Eighty, I would love to visit the future. (Even though it's not a different place I would consider it as such seeing as it is so different.)

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  2. Oh I forgot about Neverland! I'd love to go too. I also have Hogwarts - I'm sure most of us do :)

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    1. I'm still waiting for the letter :)

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