A Travel Book List: Do I Really Need it? This Will Help You Decide!
These past few days we have all been in such of things that make us feel happy and pleasant. Dreaming of vacations to come is one of them and I have decided that I will share with you my current happy place, when all I want to do is escape the mundane reality we are all living in. all I have to do is close my eyes and think of myself lounging on the beach, sipping my fav cocktail while listening to the waves gently touching the shore. Specs, hat and sunscreen in place, I am already beach body ready and with a hot new bikini reading favorite book…sounds good right?
Well today I will help you make a starter travel list with my top five favorite books.
Hope you enjoy them and when you finally get a chance to read these or others share with us so we can expand the list.
Have fun, #staysafe because we will be here to meet with you soon!
The Alchemist by Paulo Coehlo
Τhis is one of the most-read books. The story follows a youthful shepherd kid from Spain to Egypt as he follows his heart, accepts the way things are, and learns love and the importance of life. The book is loaded with great and motivational statements. My top choice that I also think fits with our current circumstances is “It's the possibility of having a dream come true that makes life interesting.”
Der Tod in Venedig (Death in Venice) by Thomas Mann
Buddenbrooks and Der Zauberberg (The Magic Mountain) are likely Thomas Mann's most famous books.
Be that as it may, to experience Mann's composition, Der Tod in Venedig is a perfect spot to begin.
Gustav von Aschenbach is a renowned author who takes a mid year occasion in Venice. During one supper, he sees a particularly delightful juvenile kid.
He gets fixated from a separation, closing out the unpropitious updates on a risk spreading through the city.
Imperium: A Fiction of the South Seas by Christian Kracht
In Imperium, a veggie lover nudist from Nuremberg heads out for a South Pacific island to set up a religion loving coconuts and the sun. Sounds like absurdist fiction? Kracht's epic Imperium is really founded on a genuine story.
In this clever and unexpected book, Kracht - one of current German writing's most slippery figures - tells something other than the astounding yet evident story of this outrageous figure. He additionally manages radical developments of the twentieth century, just as offering other fascinating bits of knowledge.
On Earth We're Briefly Gorgeous
With a similar name as his 2014 sonnet, Ocean Vuong's book is his introduction novel. We stroll through the term of Little Dog, a now-late 20-something composing a letter to his mom who can't peruse. The individuals who have perused the book say it's holding, amazing, and a legit delineation of thinking about your character.
The Most Fun We Ever Had
Goodreads followers are calling this perhaps the best book of the year. Set in 2016 with a progression of flashbacks, we find out about the unmatched, ideal connection among Marilyn and David. And keeping in mind that their romantic tale is ideal, their four girls haven't had such karma. Their individual storylines meet up to show that it is so confused to adore those nearest to you.