Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly meme hosted by The Broke and the Bookish.
This was actually a little bit trickier than I thought because there are a lot of book settings that I would probably die in (i.e. Hunger Games and Westeros) but there are also a lot more that are a little friendlier! A lot of these are probably answers you’ll see a lot of on other lists but that’s only because they’re just that awesome.
10.) Mars (Red Rising by Pierce Brown)
Okay so BESIDES the horrible caste system I feel like Mars in this book universe would be a really neat place to visit especially considering it’s very fantasy/dystopia/sci-fi all rolled into one.
9.) The Red Church (Nevernight by Jay Kristoff)
This is probably one of the settings where instead of actually enjoying myself I’d end up being brutally murdered or eaten by library bookworms (you’ll get it if you’ve read the book). However, I still think it’d be a really cool setting to visit you know what with all of the assassin training.
8.) Kerch (Six of Crows by Leigh Bardugo)
Because…it’s Six of Crows, guys.
7.) Any of the Doorway Worlds (Every Heart A Doorway by Seanan McGuire)
This might be cheating a little bit but there were so many interesting worlds that these characters visited and I’d be okay with entering a doorway to any of them.
6.) Inkworld (Inkheart/Inkspell/Inkdeath by Cornelia Funke
After reading the sequel “Inkspell” I absolutely fell in love with the Inkworld and all of the characters that reside there, it’s such a magical place.
5.) Le Cirque des Reves (The Night Circus by Erin Morgenstern)
Honestly for anyone who has read this book how could you NOT want to visit the circus? Trust me when I say the descriptions of the displays at the circus were amazing in the book but seeing the real deal would be even better.
4.) Camp Half-Blood (The Percy Jackson Series by Rick Riordan)
Children of Greek gods/goddesses, training, and other mythical creatures? Count me in.
3.) Hotel Valhalla (The Magnus Chase Series by Rick Riordan)
Kind of the same deal as Camp Half-Blood BUT with Norse gods/goddesses and Norse mythological creatures. Still count me in though!
2.) Hogwarts (The Harry Potter Series by J.K. Rowling)
Who else included Hogwarts on their list? Probably a lot of you!
1.) Middle Earth (The Lord of the Rings/The Hobbit by J.R.R. Tolkien)
Middle Earth is definitely the #1 book setting I’d love to visit, nothing else is comparable to me. If it ever came down to Middle Earth or Hogwarts I’d pick Middle Earth in a heartbeat, that’s how serious I am.
Do you want to visit any of these book settings as well?
What are some book settings I didn’t list that you’d love to see?
Let me know in the comments!