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I love love looooove this week's theme!! Ok, here goes. I'm going to link my reviews in the titles, so click on them if you want to read what I think of the setting/worlds! (These are not in order of favorite, just the order I wrote them in.)
1. Incarceron/Sapphique: WOW. Catherine Fisher STUNS me with her ability to create a world, breathe life into it, and then place the reader inside. It's one of the most incredible talents I've ever seen.
2. Delirium/Pandemonium: Does this even need an explanation? It's sooooo perfectly clear that I swear I dream about it sometimes. Not that I can remember, but I feel like I have, vaguely. Either way this world is magnificent.
3. Harry Potter: Well, I would try to explain this to you, but...nah. You get the picture. ;)
4. Divergent/Insurgent: Yet another choice that I don't really think needs explaining. It's just...WOW.
5. Unraveling: One of my favorite books this year, and totally amazing...I loved this setting 'cause it's set in my hometown! It was very realistic and exactly what I think of many of the places described!
6. The Statistical Probability of Love at First Sight: One of the best books I have EVER read. The setting was indescribably perfect. Airport love is the best. For reals.
7. The Hunger Games/Catching Fire/Mockingjay: Stunning works of art, brilliantly portrayed in every single possible way.
8. Inkheart/Inkspell/Inkdeath: Also some of my favorite books ever. I'm DYING to re-read them, for the 4th time, because OMG that world sucks me under every single time! It's so incredibly stunning, like a spell cast over me.
9. Anything N. D. Wilson. I'm a Wilson lover, completely and utterly, and I cannot begin to express the amazing ways Wilson brings his stories to life. He's brilliant at it, like he's brilliant at everything else (humor, character development, etc, etc, etc). I could go on for about an eternity about how brilliant he is. In this area in particular. I want to live in Hylfing and see Kansas like Henry does. I want to visit the FitzFaeren halls and fight witches in Endor.
10. Entwined: This is my perfect, epic fairy tale. I swear, it's exactly what I've been dreaming a fairy tale world would be like for the longest time, and finally someone wrote a book close enough to it. I want her to write about this world, FOREVER.
Runners up: The People of Sparks; My Unfair Godmother; The Idiot; Scaramouche; A Tale of Two Cities; The Count of Monte Cristo; A Curse Dark As Gold; The Princetta; Airborn.
See, there are so many!! GAH! It's hard to choose. But these are AWESOME. :D
Did we have any books in common this week? Link me below!! :D