Finally, summer is here, the time you have to enjoy the sun. Whether you are spending your time in a villa in the south of France or your swinging in a hammock under the palm trees of the Balearic Islands, or just, keeping it simple, with a couple of bottles of wine in your backyard. Well, there is no better time to open of a book, kick back, put your feet up, and relax. Put away your technological devices, forget your problems and lose yourself in the illustrations of a dream world.
Today, we portray to you a bag-sized amount of books that will expand your knowledge with entertainment, romance, mystery and a touch of thrill. Grasp that advantage over the next person, dive in and continue to level up before you get back to everyday work. With a large variety of genres, we have put our all in truly providing literature for anybody and everybody over this summer season.
Must Read While Travelling
The latest book to Ian McEwan's collection is arguably considered his best piece in years. The story of love entails, McEwan as his young self during the 1980s in London. Throughout the storyline, he brings into question what loves genuinely means in today's society, the characteristics that make us human and finally, the influence of ever innovating forms of technology in our world.
The Independent: 5/5
Google reads: 3.7/5
Brian Tracey, one of the most renowned experts in sales, speaking and training today. He discovered through his years of selling that his most important aspect 'breakthrough' was diving the psychology behind the million dollar question what makes people buy. The book analysis three key points, including "the inner game of selling", how to become fearless and finally how to build unbelievable self-confidence. An exciting read for learning how to double or even triple income over the summer season.
Amazon UK: 4.5/5
The story tells the tale of an average teenage girl, who's ordinary life of serving ice cream to indifferent customers, takes a drastic u-turn as one day she comes up with a sexual assault lie that gets attention from school mates, press everybody's attention, and the boy upstairs. An absolute delight to read.
Amazon UK: 4.6/5
4. On the Road
This novel follows the journeys of Jack Kerouac and his childhood friend, as they go backpacking, hitching rides from New York to Sanfransico and finally to Mexico. They entered the gipsy lifestyle as they have to work through their challenges of crossing the continent like hobos. Learning to live a hard life, but they also learn valuable lessons about the importance of understanding privilege.
Common Sense Media: 5/5
When a strip of land between North and South America is nearly devastated by drug trafficking, civil war and guerrilla groups. The story tells one of which two unlikely travellers attempt to cross the jungle by foot, where they were captured by FARC members and held captive for almost a year.
Amazon UK: 4.2/5
6. Nine Lives
In search of the holy in modern India, a Buddhist monk attempts to prevent the invasion of Tibet by the Chinese. He handprints sensational prayer flags in an attempt to absolve for the violence caused in India. The book captures nine lives as they all take different religious paths, each of an unbelievable tale.
Amazon UK: 4.7/5
Cosmos is a mind-boggling read; after finishing this book, you will be left questioning our world. The book explores our current existence in the universe and the untapped potential of the development of science and civilization.
Amazon UK: 4.5/5
Understanding the phycology behind yourself and others is crucial to achieving great relationships. How to Win Friends and Influence People is a book that emotional analysis intelligence, with tested theories. With over 100 million copies sold, this is a must read if you are looking for self-development.
Amazon UK: 4.6/5
A book that focuses on the practice of building relationships for success. Keith Ferrazzi shares almost step by step guide to how great business relationships can be formed that benefit everyone. Excellent for anybody with experience in the connection economy.
Amazon UK: 4.1/5