Tuesday, 5 December 2017

Top Ten Bookish Settings I'd Love to Visit {Top Ten Tuesday}

Hello guys and welcome to another post! Today is Tuesday which means I'm here today to share with you the Top Ten
Top Ten Tuesday, one of my favorite memes, is hosted by the wonderful people at The Broke and the Bookish so, make sure to visit their blog to discover more links and check out other peoples' lists!

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Which bookish settings would you love to visit the most?
This is actually quite predictable and I'm pretty sure the majority of people have included it in their lists but, you can never go wrong with Hogwarts. Who wouldn't have wanted to visit it or better yet, live and study in it!
I've always loved Narnia and have watched the movies countless of times. The books are a different story but, re-reading them is definitely on my list of things to do as soon as the new years graces us with its presence! 
Recently read Furthermore by Tahereh Mafi and fell in love with it. The land of Furthermore sounds fascinating and dangerous at the same time, which is kind of a deadly combination but, I think I'd be able to survive!
Quite predictable as well! I've always loved Greek Mythology, have been reading books about it since I was extremely young and actually living in Greece is an added bonus! What I wouldn't give for Camp Half-Blood to actually exist! 
Those of you who have been following me and Book Lady's Reviews for a while know that, The Study Series by Maria V. Snyder is one of my favorites! Of all time! So, obviously, I'd love to visit the world of Ixia and Sitia and everything else in between!
Another all time favorite of mine is Sherlock Holmes! And Baker Street is where everything begun so, naturally, I'd love to visit it some time. I've actually been to England once but, I was very young and couldn't appreciate the Sherlock Holmes Museum, WHICH WE PASSED ON OUR WAY SOMEWHERE ELSE AND COMPLETELY IGNORED...Will probably never forgive myself.
Graceling By Kristin Cashore is one of my favorite Fantasy novels and I would really enjoy visiting the Seven Kingdoms and being a Graceling myself so, there you have it. No killing people with my bare hands though...
Old time favorite, old time classic for me. I've lost count of how many times I've re-read the books but, it's definitely been a while since I last revisited Vampire Academy and I'm getting a bit nostalgic. Have to remember and bring them back with me after the Christmas break!
Just thinking about Peter Pan gets me nostalgic as well. I've always loved the idea of Neverland and finding that second star to the right that would be able to lead me straight on to it. Cliche, I know!
You guys know I'm obsessed with Alice and Wonderland by now! I've mentioned it so many times so, I'd obviously want to go down a rabbit hole and visit it!

That was it for today's post! I'm such a daydreamer and sometimes imagine what it would be like if I actually lived in all these wonderful places! But, I truly believe that, to be able to sincerely enjoy books, climb inside them and become one with the characters and the different worlds they live in, you have to be a proud daydreamer! Right? No close mindedness, no prejudice and no boundaries exist when you're reading.You have complete freedom of your thoughts and you're able to express in every way possible! That's why once upon a time, dictators where afraid of books and the knowledge they carried, after all!

14 comments:

  1. First of all, your font usage was AMAZING in this post! Love how you added a special touch to these! I just recently finished book 1 in the Vampire Academy and really enjoyed it. I cannot wait to read more. Great list <3

    My Top 10 Bookish places to Visit

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    1. Thank you so much! Glad you enjoyed Vampire Academy! Definitely an all time favorite of mine and the series that really got me into reading!

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  2. Oh Yes! 221B Baker Street! That would be so fun as a place to visit

    Marissa

    Reading List TTT

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    1. Immensely regret not visiting it when I had the chance. Thanks for stopping by!

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  3. Hogwarts and Narnia would be so fabulous to visit.

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  4. I LOVE the graphics you used on this post! Also, I need to go read Sherlock Holmes soon. I recently bought a BEAUTIFUL, Barnes and Nobles bind-up edition of all of the books, and it is perfect for reading all the way through. Great post!

    My TTT: https://bookslikewolves.wixsite.com/blog/single-post/2017/12/05/Top-Ten-Bookish-Settings-I%E2%80%99d-Love-To-Visit

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    1. Thank you! I spend so much time on figuring out how to make the graphics and have them match the books so, I'm extremely glad you like them! Also, Sherlock Holmes is an all time favorite of mine so, I really hope you enjoy it when you get around to reading it!

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  5. I was so close to selecting 221B Baker Street! Great choices. :)

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  6. Hogwarts, Narnia and Camp Half-Blood were on my list this week too! I've been to the Sherlock Holmes Museum on Baker Street, it's pretty cool :)
    My TTT: https://jjbookblog.wordpress.com/2017/12/05/top-ten-tuesday-136/

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    1. Can't wait to visit it sometime! Thanks for stopping by!

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