172 Hours on the Moon, Bookish locations, Everneath, Harry Potter, Masquerade, Percy Jackson, The Forsaken, The Iron Fey, Throne of Glass, Top Ten Tuesday, Vampire Academy, Wonderland
Top Ten Tuesday is a thing where we get given a topic, and we have to list our ‘top ten’ things for the topic. Pretty self-explanatory.
Top Ten Tuesday is hosted by The Broke and the Bookish
This Week’s Topic: Top Ten Places Books Have Made Me Want To Visit
I’m splitting this into two this week: places I want to go, and places I don’t want to go
5 Places Books Have Made Me Want to Visit
As seen in Harry Potter. I mean, come on, who doesn’t want to go there?
2. New York
There are so many books set in New York, and I’ve never been there.
Honestly, it’s just a life goal of mine to ask the guy at the Empire State Building for a key to level 600.
As seen in Masquerade. I mean, come on. Who doesn’t want to go there?
Just, the way it was described in the Vampire Academy series made me really want to go there.
I mean, some retellings make me really NOT want to go there, but other ones make me want to go…this ones more of an ‘on the fence’ type place.
5 Places Books have made me want to stay far away from
From the Throne of Glass series. Seriously, with a king like that, I’m never going there.
7. The Never Never
From the Iron Fey series. I mean, on the one hand it sounds interesting, but some of the things that happen there…
8. The Moon
So, in the book 172 Hours on the Moon, there’s this thing which goes around killing people…So, yeah, I’m never going there.
9. The Everneath
From the book Everneath…considering the reason people go there is to have their souls taken away…
10. The Wheel
In the book The Forsaken, when the government doesn’t like people they send them to The Wheel, where the average life expectancy is 2 years.
So…books haven’t yet made me want to stay away from any real places (except the moon, but let’s face it, I’m never going there anyway…), which I suppose is a good thing…