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This week's topic is Top Ten Historical Settings/ Futuristic Settings
This is a mash-up for me as I'm going to combine historical and futuristic settings, so we're going to be all over the map on this one.
In no particular order...
Post apocalyptic/ dystopian. I like stories on a ruined Earth with lost cities and strange mutants.
Cyberpunk. Blade Runner would be a good example.
Alternate history/ steampunk Airships, clockwork creations, vampire hunters on fog shrouded streets, or a trip to a hollow world- it's all good.
Star Wars- a galactic Republic with lots of worlds to explore.
The Victorian era.
The mid 20th century I'm a big fan of the Tintin books as they're a great snapshot of other cultures and attitudes throughout the 20th century. They were published from the 1930's to the 1980's.
Medieval/ Renaissance era. Yes I know films like this are not historically accurate, but they're still fun.
Lost world/ time travel
Middle Earth. Okay this may seem a stretch but consider that Tolkien intimated that his world was a previous age of the Earth and so I'm going with that. And it's my TTT so I can.