Top 5 Tuesday: Best Bookish Maps

Top Five Tuesday is a fun meme created by Bionic Book Worm to share our love for lists every week.

I’m doing this meme for the first time but I really couldn’t resist doing a post on my favorite bookish maps. As a lover of the fantasy genre, every new series comes with an exciting prospect of diving into a new world and it’s always fun to discover a new map and get to know the world better. Let me share you some of them which I really love.

Erilea and The Southern Continent

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Throne of Glass is an obsession of mine and I love this world. Its huge and expansive and the maps definitely help in keeping track of which kingdom is currently ruled by whom. Can’t wait for the release of Kingdom of Ash…!!!!

Ketterdam

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I actually have a map of the Grishaverse up on my wall at home but this map of Ketterdam feels much more personal. It gives a great glimpse into all the places that our gang navigates throughout Crooked Kingdom and I absolutely love it.

Akielos and Vere

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Captive Prince trilogy is my newest favorite and I can’t get enough of it. This map may look very minimal but it gave me a great way to keep track of the journey that Damen and Laurent go on across books 2 and 3.

Remnant Chronicles

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The Remnant Chronicles universe is another absolute favorite of mine and this map is gorgeous. I love the differences in terrain and kingdoms that are marked so distinctly.

Nevernight

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Nevernight is still on my TBR but when I saw this map, I was blown away. The minute detailing is really stunning and I can’t wait to read this series.


What are your favorite maps? Do you like the ones on my list? Feel free to share your thoughts..!!!

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