It is easy for us to lose ourselves in books. But which one would you rather live in. Some have very short life expectancy. The Xanth series by Piers Anthony could be fun and survivable. Of course J. K. Rowling's wizard world would be cool as well. Where would you like to live?
What an awesome question, I have been sitting here trying to pick one and it's sooooo hard! haha I think the land of Suess trumps all for me. Sure there are still some problems like in our world but it seems like they usually get worked out in a clear cut way and I sure would like to meet a Zizzer Zazzer Zuzz or help plant new Truffula trees.
I have to ask Waldo about his world too. But I have to find him first.
Suess??? Really??? that's so dystopian when I really look into it. On top of that, his art work is terrible. I never liked it, even as a kid. I would use it too line a bird cage if I had a bird. Did I mention I can't stand it? Just in case.
Rippin on Dr Suess? Aw man that's cold! heehee I like chaos and am talking about all Suess not just the popular stuff. But finding Waldo in his world would have to be crazy fun as well!! More realistic than Hefner's. haha
Pretty much anyone else's but mine (excepting, that is, dude's on death row etc.) ; - )
HG Well's First Man in the Moon looks like fun. Turn of the 1900s, just paint a globe with anti-gravity paint, climb inside and fly away to the moon...exploration with basically a magical mindset...and come back to an Earth that is on the verge of amazing scientific vistas. All good...and homemade food as well. But I'd have to be a guy, of course, so I wouldn't be making the homemade food, I'd be eating it. Or I could be rich because super rich women could do whatever they wanted in any age, naw - they locked up Fitzgerald's wife because she wouldn't do the dishes...I'd have to be a guy if I was living in the 1900s.
The truth of the matter , is my own.
Every reality has hidden traps, pitfalls and insanities that not having grown up there would be alien. My are bad enough.
I've lived with them this long, what's a few more decades.
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