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Nomad Novels: Travel-Friendly Tales for the Wandering Soul

Nomad Novels: Travel-Friendly Tales for the Wandering Soul

Nomad Novels: Travel-Friendly Tales for the Wandering Soul

October 15, 2023 at 6:30:00 AM

For us bookworms, the only downside to traveling is facing a monumental decision — one that can either elevate our soul with joy or plunge us into the depths of boredom.

The dilemma?

Choosing the perfect books to accompany us on the journey.

If only we could carry our entire home library in a never-ending suitcase, but alas, life is not that fair.

So, we must choose.

Booknerds is thrilled to bring you another issue of our newsletter, and this time, it's a curated list of must-reads for your travels!

Heartstopper series by Alice Oseman

Enter the world of Heartstopper, a graphic novel series capturing the charming struggle of Charlie trying not to fall head over heels for Nick, his schoolmate. Each book is a delightful, quirky read that might just leave you blushing by the time you reach your destination.

The Silent Patient by Alex Michaelides

Every travel list deserves a psycho-thriller, especially one you can devour in a single sitting. The Silent Patient follows a woman who witnessed her husband's murder and a determined psychotherapist unravelling the mystery, with a twist - she's chosen silence.

The Sun Is Also a Star by Nicola Yoon

Love at first sight? How about falling in love in a day? In the bustling city of New York, a hopeless romantic meets a non-believer of destiny, sparking a whirlwind romance that challenges their perspectives on love.

Hyperbole and a Half: Unfortunate Situations, Flawed Coping Mechanisms, Mayhem, and Other Things That Happened by Allie Brosh

Despite its lengthy title, fear not, for this flip-worthy book is a journey through the witty and crude illustrations of Allie Brosh. It captures a spectrum of life incidents, from peculiar childhood memories to navigating adulthood's struggles.

Anxious People by Fredrik Backman

Picture this: a failed bank robber turns an open house into a hostage situation, leaving a room full of strangers as diverse as chalk and cheese. Tensions rise, secrets spill, and Fredrik Backman's whimsical take on the human condition reminds us always to treat others with kindness.

Better Than The Movies by Lynn Painter

Liz Buxbaum's world turns topsy-turvy as she tries to catch her crush's attention by making them jealous, leading to unexpected feelings for her once-annoying neighbour. Better Than The Movies is a delightful tale of unexpected connections.

And there you have it — the end of our travel-worthy booklist. We hope one of these novels becomes your perfect travel companion.

Share your thoughts on the list and any books you'd recommend.

Until then, happy reading! 📚✈️

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