T.G.I.F Literary Vacation

Literary Vacations: If you could take a trip this summer to any place within a fictional book, where would you go? Tell us about your summer dream vacation!

Well I can’t imagine anything much better than the beach house in The Summer I Turned Pretty by Jenny Han. House on the beach. Pool overlooking the ocean. Two hot brothers. Oh, they don’t come with the house? I would still go.

I would also love some Old World charm of Prague. The Daughter of Smoke and Bone by Laini Taylor convinced me that I need to go wonder the streets, enjoy the architecture, and hang out and drink coffee.

10 responses to “T.G.I.F Literary Vacation

  1. BooksDevoured

    These are 2 great choices I am jealous I did not think of myself! I love the beach and the one described in The Summer I Turned Pretty sounds perfect! I really never thought much about Prague until I read Daughter of Smoke and Bone and I remember wanting to go there as I was reading the book. Especially the pub type place they go to so often!

  2. Great choice! I have only read the first book in the Summer series but YESSSS! The beach, the pool, the town, and oh yes the brothers! It all sounds so wonderful :)

  3. Prague is AWESOME. Seriously. I was there for a few days in 2007, and it wasn’t enough. :)

  4. Smash Attack

    Dang, I still need to read The Daughter of Smoke and Bone.

    And um, just bring your own two hot guys! Problem solved. :)

  5. great idea!

  6. I picked Daughter of Smoke & Bone too – Prague just sounds too awesome!

  7. I would love to go to Prague! I think it would be a really good place to visit!!!!!

  8. I still haven’t read Daughter of Smoke and Bone! Damn. I should.. Prague isn’t tooo far away from where I live, too, so if it convinced me to visit the city, it wouldn’t be too hard to do that. (Unlike all the US settings. I constantly bitch about the fact that me visiting Chicago or Vegas is close to impossible for me. v_v)

    Patricia // My Hop

  9. Love your picks! It’s about that time of year to get a beach house and sigh… Prague.

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