Today's post is a guest post written by Georgia from What's in my Wonderland . Georgia is an avid bookworm, and blogs about her recommended reads and more over on her website.
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Do you Take Books On Holiday with you?
Reading isn’t for everybody, I love to read all of the time so for me it would be no exception to read on holiday too. Sometimes it is nice to enjoy an activity that you enjoy doing at home but don’t always have the time for, for me it is reading.
If you open many of my books a lot of things fall out. The stuff that falls out: train tickets, concert tickets, or even plane tickets. I like to take books with me wherever I go, whether it's 30 mins from home or 7 hours away.
Whether you read just for the journey or during your holiday, I hope I can shine some light on some novels that you wouldn't usually pick out.
Katie Fford writes the most beautiful romances, set in modern-day England. If you want to fall in love with words on your holiday away, Katie Fford is the author for you. Here are some of my favourites by her that I would recommend:
Desire by Louise Bagshawe
If you're into a more sinister style of book Louise Mensch's 'Desire' is worth a read. Desire is a very suspenseful romantic novel written about a woman who woke up from her wedding in Thailand, finding her husband dead with the murder weapon in her hand. What happened that night? Did she kill him or was she framed?
The Hunting Party by Lucy Foley
This novel is very popular at the moment for it's Agatha Christie style book set in the Highlands of Scotland, a group of old friends decide to have a reunion when their history, insecurities and jealousies turn into murder. Which one of them is the killer? This is a relatively new book but has really got everybody talking about it.
The Girl on the Train by Paula Hawkins
Rachel, an alcoholic spends a lot of her time on the exact train, every time, every day, to avoid telling her roommate about losing her job. During her commute, she can see her ex-husband from the train. She watches every day until what she saw leaves her wanting to find out more. Rachel's curiosity leads her down a dangerous path. I don't think I'll ever be able to get enough of this book, such a good read. This book leaves you page turning in confusion as well as anticipation.
If you own a Kindle, the app store is selling a lot of novels at a discounted price of £0.99. Some of them are fantastic reads! I bought Outlander by Diana Gabaldon and the classic Les Misérables by Victor Hugo for just 99p.
If you have any books you like to read on holiday, share them in the comments