7 Books to Read on Your Winter Trip

Airplane travel is a lot of people’s main time to catch up on some reading. Whether it’s a mystery, a bestseller, or the latest in nonfiction, most people have a book in their hands at the airport.

 

7 Books to Read on your Winter Vacation

 

Here are our top picks of books we think you should pack on your next trip.

 

Watching You - Lisa Jewell

A suspenseful page turner, Watching You tells the tale of a seemingly quiet street in Bristol, England. From start to finish, you won’t know who’s side to be on, as not everyone is as they seem. You’ll be riveted with each twist and turn. Jewell delivers again, as she did with previous novels Then She Was Gone and The Girls in the Garden.

 

Kindle: $13.99 on Amazon

Hard Cover: $15.99 on Amazon

Audio: $21.45 on Audible - free when you sign up for new Audible account

 

Bird Box: A Novel - Josh Malerman

If you haven’t been living under a rock the past couple of weeks, chances are you’ve at least heard of, if not watched, the latest Netflix hit Bird Box. You may not know it is based on the book Bird Box by Josh Malerman. A post-apocalyptic novel that will keep you on the edge of your seat.

 

Kindle: $2.99 on Amazon

Paperback: $10.23 on Amazon

Audio: $28.99 on Audible - free when you sign up for new Audible account

 

The Clockmaker’s Daughter - Kate Morton

Kate Morton fans, rejoice! After a 3 year hiatus, she’s back with The Clockmaker’s Daughter. In true Morton fashion, her newest novel bounces between the past and the present, weaving a web of characters throughout time. Like The Lake House and The Distant Hours, you’ll be hooked from start to finish.

 

Kindle: $12.99 on Amazon

Hardcover: $18.30 on Amazon

Audio: $32.95 on Audible - free when you sign up for new Audible account

 

Rocket Men - Robert Kurson

Before Apollo 11, there was Apollo 8, the first manned mission to orbit the moon. Rocket Men is the story of the men who were aboard the shuttle, and although they didn’t land on the moon, their story is a captivating one.

 

Kindle: $12.99 on Amazon

Hardcover: $19.04 on Amazon

Audio: $26.99 on Audible - free when you sign up for new Audible account

 

Where the Crawdads Sing - Delia Owens

The debut novel of author Delia Owens, Where the Crawdads Sing, takes place in North Carolina in 1969. When Chase Andrews is found dead, local “Marsh Girl” Kya Clark is immediately suspected. A coming-of-age novel filled of secrets and beauty.

 

Kindle: $12.99 on Amazon

Hardcover: $15.60 on Amazon

Paperback: $25.20 on Amazon

Audio: $20.95 on Audible - free when you sign up for new Audible account

 

The Reckoning - John Grisham

It’s nearly impossible to go to an airport without seeing someone buried in a Grisham novel. You can join them by taking along his latest , The Reckoning. Described as being “reminiscent of the finest tradition of Southern Gothic storytelling,” Grisham once again delivers a novel that may make you miss your boarding call, you’ll be so enthralled.

 

Kindle: $14.99 on Amazon

Hardcover: $17.97 on Amazon

Audio: $26.95 on Audible - free when you sign up for new Audible account

 

The Good Neighbor: The Life and Work of Fred Rogers - Maxwell King

I challenge anyone to not smile and say “aw” when they hear about anything Mr. Rogers related. The Good Neighbor delves into the life of one of America’s most beloved television personas, reminding us all to be kind, generous and compassionate.

 

Kindle: $11.99 on Amazon

Hardcover: $19.49 on Amazon

Audio: $17.95 on Audible - free when you sign up for new Audible account

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