Top Ten Fantasy Worlds

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These fantasy worlds have been created in books and movies and allow fans to leave the real world behind- it gives them a change to delve into the mysterious and magical.

 

1. The Wizarding World

Everybody is familiar with the famous wizard Harry Potter and his friends Hermione Granger and Ron Weasley. The books, created by J.K.Rowling have been immensely successful and have been made into films as well. Harry’s battle against the evil Lord Voldemort forms the crux of the plot. Packed with action, humor and interesting spells, this fantasy world will make you wish that you had received a letter from Hogwarts at 11 too!

 

2. Wonderland

Based on the book, “Alice in Wonderland” written by Lewiss Carroll, this fantasy world revolves around Alice who follows a rabbit and accidentally falls down a rabbit hole. The world she enters consists of anthropomorphic and extremely strange creatures. The reason why this fantasy world is popular is because it challenges certain well-accepted notion and logical theories.

 

3. Narnia

This fantasy world was introduced in the books and movie “The Chronicles of Narnia which talk about children that leave ‘our world’ and find themselves in Narnia. This fantasy world has been created by C.S.Lewis and is extremely popular amongst adults and children alike. In Narnia, magic is common-place, animals are able to communicate like us and mythical beasts can be seen everywhere.

 

4. Oz

This wonderful fantasy world was introduced in “The Wizard of Oz” and talks about Dorothy Gale who wishes to get away from her boring town. She faints during a tornado and finds herself in Oz with the dog Toto. Here she meets Glinda-The Good Witch of the North, a Tin Man, a Cowardly Lion and a Scarecrow.

 

5. Dreamlands

Dreamlands is a fantasy world created by H.P. Lovecraft in “Dream Cycle”. This world is gigantic and one can enter it only through one’s subconscious mind while dreaming. This alternate world consists of such dreamers that visit Dreamland often and are said to become permanent residents after they pass away.

 

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