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Fictional Places I’d Take a Date To
Now to be fair, these are all places I’d like to go; solo or otherwise. But I suppose I wouldn’t mind a date tagging along! Here are some bookish destinations that would be fun to take a date to:
1. Red London – Shades of Magic trilogy by V.E. Schwab
Red London definitely sounds like the kinda place I would love to visit – full of magic and wonder. It would be fun exploring the city with a date in tow… I can just picture it now (totally off-topic but how amazing are the French covers by the way? *heart eyes*)
2. Velaris – A Court of Thorns and Roses by Sarah J. Maas
I imagine this amazing city is going to make it onto a few lists this week! It does sounds like an incredible place – a perfect place to take a stroll through, hand in hand…
3. Wonderland – Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland by Lewis Carroll
I’m rather weird in that I think Wonderland sounds like a fascinating (if scary!) place. I like to be scared and Wonderland would certainly be able to bring the fear factor (all the better for snuggling up to the object of your affection, right?) 😉
4. Hobbiton – Middle-Earth Universe by J.R.R. Tolkien
Hobbits do like their grub! They also like to make merry and drink themselves under the table – sorted! As amazing as some of the places sound in Middle-Earth (Rivendell, Lothlorien… okay, maybe not Mordor…) I am a simple girl who enjoys the simple things in life – I am definitely a hobbit at heart! 😉
5. Cabeswater – The Raven Cycle series by Maggie Stiefvater
I think Cabeswater sounds like a dreamy, wonderful place to visit… dangerous perhaps, but definitely worth a visit. It would be even better to share the experience with someone.