Top Ten Fictional Places in Literature by Isabelle Sudron

Nerdy Book Club

We’ve all finished reading a book before bed, only to dream of being in the same fictional land all night. Some locations will always stick in your head, whether they’re terrifying, inconceivable or just plain fantastic. Here’s a few of my favourites, the ones that didn’t give me nightmares and that I still dream of existing as my home in the near future!


1. Wonka’s Chocolate Factory

Charlie and the Chocolate Factory by Roald Dahl

No children’s fantasy land would be complete without obscene amounts of sweets and chocolate. Roald Dahl’s chocolate factory not only had streams of chocolate and candy flavour research rooms, it also Oompa Loompa’s and the charming Willy Wonka himself. Who wouldn’t want to hang out there every weekend?

Perfect for: Sweet-tooths


2. Narnia

The Chronicles of Narnia by C. S. Lewis

Despite being full of danger and hazards, everyone wishes Narnia was just a short…

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