harriet_chan wrote:This thread has reminded me of my childhood imaginings. When I was in grade school, I often imagined the road home as the Yellow Brick Road from the Wizard of Oz, the big mirror on the door of our old 'aparador' was the way to Wonderland, our cat then was really the Cheshire cat...then I entered high school and I imagined I was Nancy Drew, for a short while at least until I was introduced to the horrors of Stephen King's world (this is no place to be!), the thrills of Robin Cook's fictions, the complexity of Ayn Rand's philosophy, the adrenaline-charged works of Tom Clancy and Robert Ludlum... Luckily, I was saved by Harry Potter when I was first introduced to his world in my senior year in high school, it was like I remembered to be a kid again and to hell with putting up a 'serious' and 'mature' facade. =)
Wanda wrote:oh yes, harry potter is really incomparable! What else? hmmmm, what about The Time Machine by HG Wells? I would love to see what the past was really like, see real dinosaurs, and also the future!!!
patrickagaloos wrote:Panem is the last thing on my mind.
kath_narciso wrote:I wonder how is it like to jump from one planet to another. And even have your own.
"The Little Prince" is my answer.
Oh, and I like to own a Chocolate Factory like what Charlie would run in his future from the generous Willy Wonka. Yum!
Skye wrote:patrickagaloos wrote:Panem is the last thing on my mind.
I`d like to be in the world of Percy Jackson and the Olympians or Heroes of Olympus. Would be a great pleasure if I am a demigod.