Top Ten Tuesday

Bookish Worlds: The Good and The Bad

This week’s #TopTenTuesday category is all about book worlds & which ones we’d want to and not want to live in! I decided to do half for good worlds and half for bad worlds! I wanted to thank That Artsy Reader Girl for hosting these topics every week!

Bookish Worlds I Would Not Want To Live In
  • Floating Continents from Heir to the Sky – I love the thought of floating islands and the world seems so easy going….I just don’t want to fall over.
  • Miraji from Rebel of the Sands – I would love to live in the wild west…with magical monsters.
  • Seneca Society from Seneca Rebel – I love how they are so focused on science and technology.
  • Icarus from These Broken Stars – I def don’t like the planet they trekked across, but Icarus sounded amazing.
  • The City from Lumiere – I love how safe it seemed but with a lot of adventure right outside the gate. Also the gothic/Victorian touches were so neat!
Bookish Worlds I Would Not Want To Live In
  • Panem from Hunger Games – it just seems ridiculous to have to fight to the death just to live.
  • Dystopian Chicago from Divergent – It don’t like the labeling and having to fit into a box.
  • The Community from Distant Horizon – I don’t like having to take a pill everyday…like in The Giver.
  • Mansion from Dollhouse – Eww no! Dolls, clowns, weird people, being locked away… please.
  • The Settlement from Whispers in Autumn – Living in fenced settlements and being controlled by mind-altering aliens…no thanks.

So what worlds would you have chosen?

I'm an avid reader and love most all books, but my favorite genres tend to be mystery, adventure, science fiction and classics. Genres I tend to shy away from include romance, contemporary fiction and chick lit. If I’m not actually reading books, I’m probably at work shelving them at my local library.


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