Whether you’re dreaming of going somewhere this summer or need something to read on the plane, these new travel and adventure books will get you raring to go! Best get your bags packed now!
The Camino Way by Victor Prince
To be released on July 13th, Victor Prince’s new book is part guidebook, part memoir about his experience on the Camino de Santiago in Spain. This 500 mile trail has been a pilgrimage for hundreds of years. Prince shares his experience and explores the ways in which the journey taught him valuable life and leadership skills.
Bleaker House: Chasing My Novel to the End of the World by Nell Stevens
Nell Stevens’ plan was to spend three months alone on a remote island (population 2) in the South Atlantic, writing 2,500 words a day and finishing her novel in one fell swoop. That didn’t quite work out. There were no means of contacting the outside world. No food supplies, except what she brought with her. And no one to offer company. Bleaker House is not the book she wrote on the island, rather it’s a hilarious memoir about her adventure in the Falkland Islands.
Ruthless River by Holly Fitzgerald
When their plane crashes, two newlyweds are stranded in the Amazon basin. To escape, they must raft hundreds of miles across Peru and Bolivia. Holly Fitzgerald’s new book is an epic adventure as well as a striking love story.
Murder in Matera by Helene Stapinski
Helene Stapinski’s new book certainly doesn’t fit the travel memoir mold! Stapinski grew up hearing stories about her great-great-grandmother who supposedly committed a heinous murder in Italy. To uncover the truth, she spends years travelling to Basilicata where she discovers the crime wasn’t at all what she’d been lead to believe.
I’ll Push You: A Journey of 500 Miles, Two Best Friends, and One Wheelchair by Patrick Gray and Justin Skeesuck
Another tale from the Camino De Santiago. Patrick and Justin were best friends, practically from the day they were born (same hospital, just two days apart). When Justin was diagnosed with a rare neuromuscular disease that left him unable to use his limbs, much less feed and care for himself. Unwilling to give up, Justin wondered if someday he’d ever be able to do something like the Camino. Patrick’s response was, “I’ll push you.” Their new book is a story of true friendship on the one of the world’s greatest trails.