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1. Panem from The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins
Something might be seriously wrong with you if you want to live in Panem.
2. Westeros from the A Song of Ice and Fire series by George R. R. Martin
The life expectancy there is, like, four. No thanks.
3. The world of Under the Never Sky by Veronica Rossi
I would be the deadest dead person to ever die out there. Aether would strike me the moment I stepped foot outside. I'd get eaten by cannibals. I wouldn't be able to find food. I would very much not want to live there. It's like Australia. Everything there can kill you.
4. The world of Delirium by Lauren Oliver
I'm pretty fond of love, so I wouldn't particularly want to live in a world where it's considered a disease and they cut it out of your brain.
5. Wonderland from Alice's Adventures in Wonderland by Lewis Carroll
Yes, I know. It's whimsical and fabulous and adorable and it would scare the sanity right out of me. I like my sanity (or what little of it I possess).
6. The world of Stormdancer by Jay Kristoff
Everybody dies in these books. Everybody. Do you have any idea how many things could kill you? There's choking pollution, so the land is dying, the sky is red, and the sea is black. There are evil dudes in charge with evil dudes under their command who are succeeded by more evil dudes. There are monsters and demons and rebellions, oh my!
7. The world of Tumble & Fall by Alexandra Coutts
Well, not only would the world be ending, but everything would be super boring.
8. The world of Something Strange and Deadly by Susan Dennard
I am not as awesome as Daniel and the Spirit Hunters. Ergo, I would be eaten by zombies. Almost immediately.
9. The world of Defiance by C.J. Redwine
Women cannot go unchaperoned? They are auctioned for marriage? There is a giant tunnel dragon who breathes fire? The commander is the evillest evil to ever evil? Women cannot go unchaperoned?!
10. The world of Divergent by Veronica Roth
I am too lazy and bad at math for Erudite, too mean for Amity, too wimpy for Dauntless, too selfish for Abnegation, and too dishonest for Candor. Which means I'd be Factionless, which means no, get me the heck out of this stupid place.
11. The world of Shatter Me by Taherah Mafi
The world is in shreds and birds don't fly anymore and I'd totally be one of the unlucky ones without any powers. Or my power would be extremely lame, like... being able to shoot bees at criminals. Or be nice. (Lame.)
12. The world of Defy by Sara B. Larson
One word: rape houses.