Don’t you just wish for a stranger to be seated next to you on your travels at least once in your life? Or to be at a hilltop, all on your own, with the company of no one else but just your extraordinary self? Solo traveling is a fantasy most people harbor but very few actually go on a trip alone.
The word fantasy has a vague meaning with unique interpretation depending on individuals. In our fantasy world, we dream of fate and destination that are favorable to us. However, that depends on the kind of life we want to live.
Everything we do in our teenage, the golden time of our life, may be mischievous, innocent, wrong-deeds, dubious and unsound, but those are the adventures which lead us towards the path of maturity. We meet with many people, both temporary and permanent, make countless new friends, both easily and hardly, evolve with new theories: inconceivable and hypothesis, and develop understanding of this world, moral and immoral values.
When we read books we submerge ourselves into the fantasy land so completely that some of us never really leave that place. In our daydreams we are always there, living a life that is full of magic and possibilities. The Week talked to a few avid readers to find out what catches their fantasy and what they would like to do when in their dream place.
EL James, the British author and producer of the erotic ‘Fifty Shades of Grey’ novels and film franchise, knows that her story about an attractive couple engaged in a kinky relationship is very much a fantasy.