Top 5 Tuesday – Books with a Holiday

Happy Tuesday, Homo sapiens! Welcome to this week’s Top 5 Tuesday!

Top 5 Tuesday was originally hosted by Shanah at Bionic Bookworm and now found its home with Meeghan at Meeghan Reads.

Books with a Holiday (travel/vacation)

less

Arthur Less will take you on a trip to several places like India, Berlin and Morocco as he struggles to accept that he is turning 50 while going through a very painful breakup. His adventures and misadventures will let him discover more and more about himself.

thebeach

The Beach centers on the backpackers and their quest to do something different. An American travels to Southeast Asia when a fellow backpacker commits suicide and leaves him with a map to an ideal destination. I haven’t seen the film starring Leonardo DiCaprio but I’m considering.

thevacationers

The Vacationers is a book that reminds us that it takes more than an trip to escape our worries and problems.

nineprefectstrangers

Nine strangers travels to a wellness retreat for various reasons set in a boutique Australian health spa. They are faced with suspicious methods practiced by the staffs on how to “reset” their lives. Nine Perfect Strangers is dark, sometimes funny, suspenseful and mysterious.

waywardson

Wayward Son is the sequel to Rainbow Rowell’s Carry On. It was a fun book about friendships and relationships and their exciting journeys with stolen vehicles. Truly an adventure as Simon and Baz’s relationship strengthened though no closure or anything decisive happened… yet.

Spell the Month in Books – JUNE

Hello there, Homo sapiens! Welcome to another Spell the Month in Books! ! The idea is to spell the month in books using the first letter in the first word of a title and it was originally created by Jana @ Reviews From the Stacks.

This month, I’m using titles from my TBR shelf. I hope to read these books this month or the next. Let’s get started, shall we?

J – The Jews

thejews

U – Unlikely Animals

unlikelyanimals

N – The Netanyahus

thenetanyahus

E – Empire of Pain

empireofpain

What book titles did you use to spell June?

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