Man there are some great book settings out there- especially in the science fiction and fantasy genres. I can get in to a lot of scenes, but these are my absolute favorite.
Fantastica- With a name like Fantastica, it has to be good! Everything about this setting was incredibly fascinating to me. I wished that Falkor would come pick me up and take me there when I was kid.
Hogwarts- Who wouldn't want to go to school here. Everything that happens in the school is magical and fantastic!
The Shire- If it's green and lush, I love it. A little house built into the hill with a round door sounds like somewhere I'd like to visit.
Wonderland- Curious creatures and tricky little riddles around every corner- plus a magical tea party and talking flowers? Sign me up!
14th Century Europe- Yes I know it was one of the most disastrous centuries of all European history, but that's what makes it fascinating to read about.
Ancient Egypt- Pharoah's, Pyramids, ancient curses- love this setting. It oozes adventure.
1920s and 30s New York- Give me speakeasy's and flappers any day. Throw in the mob and I'm sold.
Islands- I used to wish that I was a castaway on an island. Silly, but when I was younger I really thought it would be an exotic and 'fun' adventure. I imagined myself with an awesome tree house like the Swiss Family Robinson.
What about you? What book settings do you like the best?
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