Top Ten Tuesday is a meme created by The Broke and the Bookish
1. The Nevernever from The Iron Fey by Julie Kagawa - The world of fairy, with all its differences, Spring, Winter and Iron realms, ports, forests, and amazing beings.
2. Dystopian Chicago from Divergent by Veronica Roth - Not only do we get a vivid setting, but an equally amazing description of how society functions and behaves.
3. Panem from The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins - I bet anyone that have ever read this book is amazed by the differences in each district and outraged by the abundance of the Capitol.
4. Avalon from Wings by Aprilynne Pike - Another fairy world, but very different from number one, but not less vivid.
5. Paris from Die for Me by Amy Plum - In this series, Paris is another character, it comes alive in the story.
6. Paris from Anna and the French Kiss by Stephanie Perkins - Isn't the setting one of the best things about this book? I felt like I was exploring with Anna.
7. Cousins Beach from The Summer I Turned Pretty by Jenny Han - Not only is the beach a major part of this series, but so is the house; I bet I can draw a map of the house by now!
8. The Underworld from Abandon by Meg Cabot - Cabot's underworld is not such a scary place; just lonely and barren.
9. Godspead from Across the Universe by Beth Revis - For a spaceship, we probably know by now every nook and cranny, right?
10. Seven Kingdoms from Graceling by Kristin Cashore - Cashore's world is incredible, it you haven't read this series, get on it!
That's it for me, I'm curious about your Top Ten, so leave a comment please :)