Books You Need To Travel With Depending On The Length Of Your Trip
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Books You Need To Travel With Depending On The Length Of Your Trip

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Jade Robinson
Jade Robinson Dec 23, 2020

Whether it’s on a road trip, long flight, short flight or even on a train ride we all need something to provide us with some sort of entertainment. What would be better entertainment then a book you can’t seem to put down?

Here’s a list of some books you won’t be able to put down once you start.

For a long flight:

  1. The Vanishing Half by Brit Bennett (A story of identical twin sisters and their daughters, who live a very different life from each other.)
  2. Mexican Gothic by Silvia Moreno – Garcia (This book depicts a rich young girl who has to help rescue a distant relative, which leads to many secrets unfolding.)
  3. The City We Became by N.K Jemisin (A book about six individuals who metaphorically represent each part of New York City)
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For a road trip:

  1. The Searcher by Tana French (Speaks of a retired -Chicago cop, who is swindled into taking on a local case of a young boy who has gone missing.)
  2. One by One by Ruth Ware (Focuses on eight co-workers getting snowed-in while on a business retreat, some will not make it.)
  3. The Cancer Journals by Audrey Lorde (The Biography of Audrey Lorde, her path to feminism and her battle with breast cancer)
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On a quick train ride:

  1. The Rise: Black Cooks and the Soul of American Food by Marcus Samuelsson (This cookbook is dedicated to sharing the culinary traditions of Black Americans)
  2. The Full Plate: Flavor-Filled, Easy Recipes for Families with No Time and a Lot to Do by Ayesha Curry (These recipes are handcrafted to create great meals while not having much time to spare.)
  3. The Deepest South of All: True Stories from Natchez, Mississippi by Richard Grant (Short stories about the south and it struggles to break free from the past)
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