This is my first time in participating Top 5 Wednesday created by Lainey @ GingerReadsLainey.
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Okay, so the theme for this week is Fictional Cities and I admit, this is one tough pick since I haven’t read that much fictional books in my life. But anyways, I’m breaking some of the rules for today. (winks)
5 Cairnholm Island (Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children)
I love this island’s uniqueness. It has time looping over and over again and I know, its creepy. But isn’t it amazing, visiting a part of the world that is set on World War II?
4 Halkeginia (Zero no Tsukaima)
Halkeginia is a place that has a concept of mixed Hogwarts of Harry Potter and Middle Earth of The Lord of the Rings. But what I love about this place is the fact that they have two moons. Weird right?
3 Shire (The Hobbit)
Who would not want to live in a place like this? It’s so calm and lively at the same time.
2 Ravendell (The Hobbit)
Elves are one of the most beautiful creatures in the world J. R. R. Tolkien created. With their talents and beauty, they possess the charm other creatures don’t have. And with that, they are truly blessed to have Ravendell as their home.
What I love in this place is it’s breathtaking scenery. The water falls, the cliffs and everything in it are extraordinary.
1 Aincrad (Sword Art Online)
This place may look like a gigantic floating building, but what you are seeing right now is just the exterior portion of Aincrad, the place where the game Sword Art Online took place. It has 100 floors in total with various bosses to defeat.
What I like about this place is the scenery. Every floor is unique. Here are some of the pictures of Aincrad
So, here are my picks. What’s yours?