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Top 10 Places Books Have Made Me Want To Visit

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A weekly meme by The Broke and the Bookish

In making this list, I realized, while a setting can really grab me, I don't always want to visit. Prime example: Middle Earth. I love The Hobbit and Lord of the Rings trilogy, but do I really want to visit Middle Earth...which is crawling with orcs and sharp objects? Probably not, unless my visit is confined to the Shire, Rivendell and/or Lothlorien. :) And without further ado:

Top 10 Places Books Have Made Me Want to Visit:






That's it for this round of 10! Thanks for stopping by and check back in tomorrow for this week's Updates! In which I found a local book festival. :)

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    1. Thank you! It would probably have to be summer Narnia for me, though. I get cold too easily.

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  2. That graphic, girl ;) Can we go visit these places NOW? Prague and Scotland especially. The fictional places (NARNIA!) would be amazing. LEGGO.

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    1. If I pass the LSAT, vacation plans will probably be on hold for a couple years. (Law school is EXPENSIVE. O.O) If I fail, then YES. ;)

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  3. Steampunk WW1? Cool to watch but I bet a giant living airship stinks to the high. No thank!

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    1. Yeah, I may have to pass on the airship flight (and not just because I get motion sick). But there are so many cool creatures and machines, I think I'd be fine just watching everything. :)

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  4. Leviathan's world would definitely be awesome, although the fact that it was during WWI is a bit of a con.

    Which book made you want to visit South Korea? (I live there)

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    1. Yeah, I might need to plan that Leviathan vacation for just after the war ends (and before the next begins).

      Wanting to visit South Korea is probably inspired by a mix of my old manga/manhwa days and all the Facebook photos my old high school friend who lives there posts. I've been looking for more novels set there, but I think the only one on my list right now is the Gilded series.

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  5. Ah, I love The Chronicles of Chrestomanci! I would live in almost any world that Diana Wynne Jones dreamed up.

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    1. Right? They're all so crazy and magical and fun!

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