Top Ten Tuesday

Top Ten Most Vivid Worlds/Settings in Books

1. Wizarding World of Harry Potter ~ Even long into my adulthood I'm still waiting for my letter of admission to Hogwarts. I don't think a more colorful and detailed world has ever been created.

2. The Nevernever of the Iron Fey Series ~ This is one of those series that even though I absolutely loved the characters (My book boyfriend Ash) I loved the world so much that I could read about any character in it. That's why I'm so glad she is doing another series still set in it.

3. The Shadowhunter world in Cassandra Clare's TMI & ID series ~ I love this world and I want to be a shadowhunter myself. Plus it's set in the premise that it exists all around us, we just don't know it.

4. The Night Circus by Erin Morgenstern ~ I want to live in this circus and be one of the acts. This book is amazing and the vivid world Erin creates sucks you in.

5. Pride and Prejudice ~ It's not really a separate world but I remember as a kid being fascinated by Historical Fiction of all sorts. I loved the idea of going to balls and having suitors. Although I know the reality of it is not as pretty but I enjoy being sucked into the romance of it.

6. Panem (The Hunger Games) ~ So this world is sad and scary but also really amazing. We don't spend a whole lot of times in other districts yet we seem to know a lot about them.

7. The Seven Kingdoms (Graceling Series) ~ One of my favorite fantasy kingdoms to date.

8. Narnia ~ This is one of the worlds that really got me into fantasy. I love Narnia and all the strange and different characters in it. I'm pretty sure I used to check the back of my closet constantly as a kid.

9. Black Dagger Brotherhood Series ~ Hot Vampires battling it out with Lessening Society (undeadish types) right under our noses. How could that not be great. I just loved the way these books really get into this close knit society on both sides.

10. The Lord of the Rings ~ It's been so long since I've read these books but I can still remember the world if nothing else about them.
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I love books, tea/coffee(by the gallon) and sour candy. I wear my nerd badge with pride and have two children ages 5 and 3 that keep me on my toes.
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  1. How could I forget Narnia????? And I agree with so many on this list. STILL wish I was going to Hogwarts. And I'd love to be a part of the Night Circus.

  2. I completely know what you mean about the romantic feel of Pride & Prejudice and historical fiction. Kinda makes you wanna find a time machine. :) Great list!

    Here's my Top Ten

    Randi @ Cardigans, Coffee and Bookmarks

  3. Totally agree about the Night Circus. It's so amazing and I'm kind of sad I can't go there...except in the book. I looove your blog name by the way.

  4. I forgot about the Night Circus but I totally agree with what you mentioned about it =)

    Here is my TTT for this week

  5. I totally forgot about the Shadowhunters! It's one of my favorites, and I agree with you that the premise is amazing because it's like one of those things that's supposed to be all around us... Sorry that I just repeated what you said. :P

    Here's my Top Ten

  6. HP, Seven Kingdoms, Narnia, and Middle Earth all made my list as well!(: I love TMI World too though and I'm thrilled that Pride and Prejudice made your Top Ten! Great list! :D

    Ivy Book Bindings

  7. Great list! A few of these are on my Top 10, too :) I'm actually still quite fascinated with historical fiction :)

  8. Love your list! Not sure how I managed to forget Narnia. Also, I really need to read The Night Circus.

  9. Hi! Awesome 10! I also just wanted to let you know I nominated you and your blog for the Liebster Award!!


  10. Great list! Middle Earth is <3 and I love P&P =)

    Am super late but thanks for dropping by my blog last week =D


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