Terrific TTT to ya all! Today's topic: "Favorite Books with X Setting". I read such a variety of books that I felt I couldn't pick ''books about school, or books about Alaska'' or something perhaps more creative. Fantasy remains one of my favorite genres because I love the idea of new and unexplored lands. Personally, I believe that it is one of the more creative genres out there (have you read kid's books these days?!) So, as you can tell where this is going, let's jump in!
My Top Ten Favorite Fantasy Worlds: (no particular order. Don't do that to me. In fact, I'm not even going to number them!)
-Shannara created by Terry Brooks. I love the history! I would love to visit beginning of the middle. Preferably as an elf :)
-Narnia create by C.S. Lewis. Because it's perfect and sweet.
-Stardust created by Neil Gaiman. It would be fun and crazy.
-The world in Name of the Wind by Patrick Rothfuss. I am still so pissed at him for taking YEARS to finish book three. Book 2 came out in 2011. Book three is hopefully released in 2014. This man understands TORTURE
-Middle Earth created by J.R.R. Tolkien. Many people may be bored with LOTR, but I hope all agree that Tolkien was a master of the written word. Everything created with such detail and care. Love it.
-The world of Harry Potter by JK Rowling. As long as I am not stuck as a muggle.
-Percy Jackson's world by Rick Riordan. Okay. I admit I have only read the first book. 2 years ago, and apparently I didn't rate it on Goodreads...but I am sure I liked it. The reason I add it here is because I think a world of demi-gods and ancient mythical creatures would be fantastic!
-Princess Bride by William Goldman. Preferably as Buttercup. Hello Wesley :)
-Wonderland by Lewis Carroll. But only for a visit. It would be crazy to live there. Yikes
-Oz created by L Frank Baum. Did you guess this one :)) I should re-read these and soon!
I also thought about Neverland, the world of the Neverending Story, and even Twilight!
Which fantasy worlds would you love to visit?? Any ones I forgot?
My Free eRead-a-thon check up::
See original goals HERE
Didn't have much reading time with grocery shopping, baby, and coaching. I am 37% finished with Geoducks are for Lovers. Not what I thought it would be at all, but not bad. Somewhere around chapter 10 the author decided to start changing the POV from the MC Maggie to the love interest Gil randomly and without warning. One sentence will be from Maggie, the next Gil. SO CONFUSING!