Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly meme created by the team over at Broke and the Bookish! Leave a link to your Top 10 below!
Top 10 Books With the Most Vivid Worlds/Settings...
1. Harry Potter Series by J. K. Rowling
Go to Hogwarts and attend a Quidditch match--OMG did you see the Golden Snitch? ~ Rachel & Ange
2. Fire by Kristin Cashore
Oh how I long to see Fire's world of Monsters so terribly beautiful that you ache to look upon them, but oh how I wish to be her friend. ~Ange
3. The Night Circus by Erin Morgenstern
Give me a ticket to the circus, so I can appreciate the magic! ~Rachel
4. The Castor Chronicles by Kami Garcia & Margaret StohlThis world of castors, sirens, memories, mystery, lightness, darkness and most importantly a love that transcends everything is vividly gorgeous and I can't wait to see what it looks like in the movie being filmed based on this series! ~Ange
5. The Phantom Tollbooth by Norton JusterI've always wanted to ride along with Milo and experience all of the fantastical worlds he drives through, including the Island of Conclusions--I wanted to jump over with him. Hehe... ~Rachel
6. Dark Life by Kat Falls
A deep sea frontier-land, are you kidding me!? How amazing is that! Who wouldn't want to see that? ~Ange
7. The Thirteenth Child by Patricia C. Wrede
A wild west with magical creatures--I want to see! ~Rachel
This world! This world! I stubble at explaining and describing these books. They are just so darn good! I get lost in Miki and Ellie's future world fighting along-side them with all of the other impoverished children of what used to be London. ~Ange
9. Unspoken by Sarah Rees Brennan
Dark, gothic, blood in the woods, and all too real! Yikes! ~Rachel
10. Velveteen by Daniel Marks
Hunting bad guys in the upper world, possessing bodies, revenge against a murderer, life in the in-between world...how I wanted to join Velvet's kick-butt team in this dark world of death! Watch for this one when it comes out in October! ~Ange
What's on your Top 10 this week?