Tuesday, December 5, 2017

Ten Bookish Settings We'd Love to Visit

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For today's topic we're gushing about all the amazing places books have transported us to, as well as bookish places in general that we'd love to visit. Which bookish settings would you like to visit?

Jana's Picks:

1. The Snow Crystal Ski Resort from Sarah Morgan's O'Neil Brothers trilogy is beautiful and cozy and isolated! There's luxury cabins and lots of snow. It just sounds so romantic and picturesque.

2. Hogwarts from Harry Potter. Well duh!

3. Narnia from The Chronicles of Narnia because duh!

4. Dracula's castle from Hunting Prince Dracula by Kerri Maniscalco because it sounds creepy and beautiful.

5. Caraval from Caraval by Stephanie Garber because it sounds pretty magical.

6. The Frost from Kate Avery Ellison's Frost series because I love the cold and the snow, and it sounds beautiful

7. The glittering undersea world of Marin from Vanessa Garden's Submerged Sun trilogy because it's underwater!

8. The Night Court from Sarah J. Maas's A Court of Mist and Fury because of all the reasons.

Julia's Picks:

9. Trinity College Library in Dublin: This place looks gorgeous and has some of the oldest books on display. Not only is it literally bookish, the architecture makes it seem like it could be the settings to any good historical fiction novel.

10. Hyde Park in London: I read a lot of historical romances, and I love big parks. I have been here before, but it was only for a quick bike ride. I'd love to go back and have the time to explore the place correctly... along with some old houses so I can picture things properly as i read.


16 comments:

  1. So much YES to Narnia. Who isn't still looking for that door? :)

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  2. Narnia and Carval made my list too, but I chose Velaris. The Night Court would be too intimidating for me.

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  3. OOoh nice picks!! We have quite a few that are the same!! Yay us!! Lol!

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  4. "Hogwarts from Harry Potter. Well duh!" haha! A location from HP also made my list :)

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  5. I kind of feel like I've visited Hogwarts since I went to Universal Studios in Florida last March. It is so neat that ever since I went, whenever I watch the last movie when they go through Gringott's, I immediately wish I was back in Florida. :-)

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  6. Hogwarts and Narnia are on my list as well. I love the snow, too!

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  7. Dracula’s castle would be so cool. I’d vacation there. :)

    Aj @ Read All The Things!

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  8. Caraval and Hogwarts definitely made my list too!

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  9. I want to go the Night Circus so bad! It sounds so amazing!

    Kim

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  10. Naturally Hogwarts and Narnia! I think I'd be too scared to visit Dracula's castle, though.

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  12. I've been to the castle from Hunting Prince Dracula and it was pretty awesome! :D

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    1. I'm dying of jealousy! How amazing!

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