So, I was tagged by the wonderful Jasmine @ Life of a Simple Reader ages ago to do this tag and am only just now getting around to it. As usual, I’m going to skip the tagging portion of this, but if this is a tag you’d like to do on your blog, feel free to snatch it up and tag me!

RULES

  1. Name three books that you loved that are set in another city (or strongly inspired by it if fantasy).
  2. Share three places in the world that you think would make an awesome setting for a book.
  3. Tag as many people as you want!

I love the setting of The Wendy and not just because it eventually leads to Neverland and Peter Pan. In fact, this first book doesn’t actually take us to Neverland just yet at all. First it’s in London, my favorite, and then Dover as well as the English countryside.

I’ll admit, New York doesn’t hold a massive amount of appeal for me in general when it comes to visiting, however, I adore the way it was portrayed in The Last Magician. Granted, it was the past of New York, back in 1902 which is probably part of why I love it so much.

I’ve only been to Paris once in my life. I don’t remember a whole lot of it, but it was gorgeously illustrated in the story The Prince and the Dressmaker. And honestly, if you’ve not read that graphic novel, you should.

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