Tuesday, June 7, 2011

Top 10 Tuesday: favorite book settings

Top Ten Tuesday is hosted by The Broke and the Bookish

Top Ten Tuesday this week is Top Ten favorite book settings!

1. Hogwarts:
Need I say more?

2. Forks Washington:
haha the reason for this one is because I've been to Forks a few times and it is the most pathetic little town there has almost ever been. My friend and I love to make fun of it even if we are the losers that keep going there.

3. London:
I just can't get enough of this place.

4. Chicago from Divergent:
What a horrible place Chicago has turned out to be in this series. Just gets me to thinking what faction I would be in? Amity is the closest one I can think of.

5. Portland Oregon:
I adore Portland because I go there all the time. Love my home state.

6. The 12 districts of the Hunger Games:
I seem to love dystopia universes. I'd never in a million years want to live in this world, but I loved reading about it.

7. The NeverNever from the Iron Fey series:
I love how this has all the horrible fey in it such as Kelpies and the Red Caps. Those are faeries  you don't hear much about.

8. Neverland:
How can you not love it?

9. The Hollows:
I would not want to be a human in this world. Can't eat tomatoes? That is blasphemy.

10. Seattle Washington:
This is just because I love that city.


  1. Yay for Portland! I live near there and it is nice to see another lover of the city. :)
    London made my list for pretty much the same reason it made yours!



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