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The summer holidays are officially here! Whether you’re nipping down to your local park or taking off on the journey of a lifetime, there are few things more thrilling than travelling by book. With the turn of a page, you can skip from a Californian desert to a rocky outcrop at the edge of the Pacific Ocean, taking in Berlin, Brooklyn and Thailand as you go.
Set out on your first journey by picking your destination below.
The Girls
GET LOST IN CALIFORNIA
The Girls, Emma Cline
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The Night Manager
HIDE AWAY IN CAIRO
The Night Manager, John le Carré
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Where My Heart Used to Beat
DISAPPEAR TO A SECLUDED ISLAND
Where My Heart Used to Beat,
Sebastian Faulks
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The Silk Merchant's Daughter
DISCOVER 1950S VIETNAM
The Silk Merchant's Daughter,
Dinah Jefferies
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Madonna in a Fur Coat
EXPLORE 1930S BERLIN
Madonna in a Fur Coat, Sabahattin Ali
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Go Set a Watchman
TAKE A TRIP TO ALABAMA
Go Set a Watchman, Harper Lee
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Seven Brief Lessons on Physics
FLOAT TO THE EDGE OF TIME
Seven Brief Lessons on Physics, Carlo Rovelli
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The Beach
DRIFT AWAY TO THAILAND
The Beach, Alex Garland
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Modern Lovers
WALK THE STREETS OF BROOKLYN
Modern Lovers, Emma Straub
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The Light Between Oceans
ESCAPE TO WESTERN AUSTRALIA
The Light Between Oceans, M. L. Stedman
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The End of the World Running Club
HIT THE OPEN ROAD
The End of the World Running Club,
Adrian J Walker
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Fates and Furies
FALL IN LOVE IN NEW YORK
Fates and Furies,
Lauren Groff
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