This week's theme is Top Ten Most Vivid Worlds/Settings In Books.
This was quite a fun one!
The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins
While reading this book, you really get a feel for the setting and there is great world building. Not that I'd want to live in Panem, but this is definitely my second choice.
|3) Delirium by Lauren Oliver|
I really felt bad for Lena while reading this book.
|4) Awaken by Katie Kacvinsky|
While reading this book, I could really tell how much everyone loved their electronics. I could also really tell how often a person actually went out and visited with others.
|5) Matched by Ally Condie|
I loved learning more about this world with Cassia as she uncovered some secrets.
|6) Wither by Lauren DeStefano|
I loved this book. You could really tell how scary it is to be a girl all alone walking on the streets in this world.
|7) Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children by Ransom Riggs|
I loved the setting in this book. I really felt like I was with the kids from Miss Peregrine's.
I recently found out that this was part of a series, and book 2 comes out in 2013.
|8. Maximum Ride series by James Patterson|
I love the world that James built in the Maximum Ride series.
|9. Gone by Michael Grant|
I love this world! Most of the characters have special powers and the world is amazing.
|10. Cinder by Marissa Meyer|
I love this futuristic New Beijing with cyborgs and the like.
Photos were found on Goodreads.