Top Ten Tuesday is a book meme hosted by The Broke and the Bookish.
Hey everyone! I've missed you. I'm still in that incessant reading/blogging slump, but I've decided that February is going to be a new month for me. Until then (for only a few more days, of course) the posts will probably be a bit pitiful. Again, sorry!
Okay, so this week's TTT is worlds you wouldn't want to live in. Again, I'm going to be a bit different with this and do five worlds I wouldn't want to live in and five I would. Here goes...
Worlds I Wouldn't Want To Live In
Lauren Oliver's Delirium - Um, no thank you. Love is not a curse. End of story.
Marie Lu's Legend - This world is just terrifying. So much rebellion, so much fighting and struggle for survival. Eek! Not something I'd be able to hand at all.
Rick Yancey's The 5th Wave - I don't want to live in a world where aliens are trying to take over. My personality isn't cut out for that sort of thing. I would be dead in two seconds flat. Not kidding.
Suzanne Collins' The Hunger Games - I don't think this one needs much explanation. I probably wouldn't even make it to the arena. I'd die beforehand in some crazy, ridiculous way.
Tahereh Mafi's Shatter Me - As cool as the whole powers thing is, I really don't want to live in this world. Too much fighting, and way too much drama. I'm much happier reading about it.
Worlds I Would Want To Live In
J.K. Rowling's Harry Potter (a.k.a. Hogwarts) - If you asked me what fictional world I'd like to visit, this would be my first answer. I've dreamed of going to Hogwarts since I started reading the books. You can imagine my distress when I didn't get my Hogwarts letter. I'm still waiting.
Rick Riordan's Percy Jackson (a.k.a. Camp Half Blood) - I want to live in Camp Half Blood, no questions asked. It would be fun to visit the Roman camp, but to be honest, they scare me. I think the Greek mythology suits me better, anyway.
Veronica Roth's Divergent - I know, I know. Wars. Death. Factions. Stereotypes. But some part of me thinks it would be really cool to live in this world. To belong to a faction.
Cassandra Clare's Mortal Instruments/Infernal Devices - I want to be a Shadowhunter! Count me in. :)
Kami Garcia and Margaret Stohl's Beautiful Creatures - I really want to be a Caster. I also love Gatlin and the world the authors have created. Beautiful Creatures was one of the first books where I fell in love with the world just as much, if not more, as the characters.
What worlds would you want to/not want to live in? Share your thoughts in comments below! :)