Top 5 Wednesday: Fictional Places You’d Take A Date To

Hi everyone! I don’t really do weekly tags, but I liked the sound of this week’s Top Five Wednesday theme.

If you’d like to read up more on Top 5 Wednesday and if you want to take part, check out the Goodreads group here.

When I read that this Wednesday’s topic is what fictional places you’d take a data to, I knew I had to answer it! I love going on dates, whether it’s with my partner or with best my friends.

The Night Bazaar and the Orchard from The Star-Touched Queen by Roshani Chokshi


The Night Bazaar is a beautiful, magical place, filled with different fantastical shops and frequented by magical beings. It’s a place that humans think is imaginary, and it’s filled with wonders. I’d love to explore the Night Bazaar with my date and I’m sure we’ll find amazing souvenirs! I also want to take my date on a trip to the orchard that is made out of jewelled fruit. It sounds gorgeous! My review of the book is here.

Isandor from the City of Strife by Claudie Arsenault 

City of Strife

I absolutely adored reading City of Strife, and part of that was due to the gorgeous setting. Just look at the cover, how could you not want to visit a place that looks this gorgeous. It’ll be a fun date to go on to explore a city’s architecture and I’m sure we could take amazing photos! Check out my review of the book here.

The ocean in Noah the Narwhal by Judith Klausner and Sarah Gould

Noah the Narwhal

The squid cupcakes in this gorgeous children’s book just sold it to me. I want to go and have squid cupcakes in the ocean on a date! It would be so much fun. My review is here.

The palace in The Palace of Illusions by Chitra Banerjee Divakaruni

The Palace of Illusions

The main reason I wanted to read this book is because of the cover, which makes the palace depicted on the cover an easy choice for a date. The entrance of the palace looks absolutely gorgeous, and the inside is magical. It would be a fun date that would combine magic with art and architecture! Read my review here.

Colton tower from Timekeeper by Tara Sim


I love all things technical, and I especially love what analogue watches and clocks look like from the inside. Going to Colton tower would be a fun way to get to know more about clocks, and my date and I would be able to talk to a clock spirit and discuss time together. Read my review of the book here.

These are my Top 5 fictional places to take a date to. What are some of yours? Did you take part in Top 5 Wednesday this week? I’d love to read your post, so please comment below if you did.

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