Here is a list of 10 fictional worlds every book lover would love to visit, because they live in our heart rent free.
The magic school of witchcraft and wizardry in Rowling’s Harry Potter series is perhaps the most beloved fictional worlds to ever exist.
The fictional world of Narnia, which opens from the back of a staircase, is full of magic and adventure.
Rick Riordan in his Percy Jackson series crafted a relatively simple yet unbelievably endearing world in the form of Camp Half-Blood.
This is the primary location in Stephanie Meyer’s Twilight series. It is a small town with cold winters. And it is here that our protagonists, Bella and Edward fall in love.
The world in which Cassandra Clare’s Shadowhunter series unfolds is the seedy underbelly of Manhattan.
Now an actual location that preserves artefacts from the iconic television series ‘The Vampire Diaries’, Mystic Falls in the book series is an idyllic, sleepy town.
Well, no one in their right minds would want to be a part of Panem, the fictional word in Suzanne Collin’s Hunger Games trilogy.
The land on which George R R Martin’s wondrous series, The Song of Ice and Fire, unfolds is truly breath-taking.
There perhaps cannot be a more wondrous world than Alice in Wonderland’s Wonderland. However, this is more of a utopian world.
Andrzej Sapkowsky in recent times has created one of the most magical worlds with his franchise, The Witcher.