READS FOR THE ROAD
An edge-of-your-seat adventure into the Amazon following the footsteps of the legendary British explorer Percy Fawcett who disappeared in 1925.
What begins as a search for worldly goods, turns into a meditation on the transforming power of giving in to your destiny and dreams.
If humans just disappeared, what would happen to the land, the cities, the ocean, the climate, our garbage, our art?
The story of how coffeehouse culture changed everyday life in North America and — as much as we hate to admit it — Starbucks led the way.
Perfect for writers and creatives, this will give you the motivation to kick procrastination in the butt!
In 1898, explorer Ewart Grogan set out to be the very first (British) man to cross Africa. Author Julian Smith follows in Grogan's epic footsteps.
A complex gothic painting in words that takes you from a hidden library, through the streets of 1945 Barcelona, and into a dark mystery.
Conversational, hilarious, and unapologetic, Bryson takes you to some of the most unique and interesting parts of Britain. Slightly inappropriate, highly entertaining.
Master Thieves: The Boston Gangsters Who Pulled Off the World's Greatest Art Heist by Stephen Kurkjian
Investigations, theories, blunders, and complex web of the Boston mafia that all contributed to the famed Gardner Museum heist that took place 25 years ago.
Cutthroat world of pen patents to social rankings of ink stones to bloodstained texts in the Middle East. A love affair with the medium.
Well-researched travel tale about the fascinating history and mystery of Machu Picchu. Contains entertaining characters and vivid descriptions that inspires adventure.
Who does history belong to? Full of mystery, intrigue and conspiracy, this book gives insight into the complicated issues surrounding the antiquities trade.
A journey though antiquity to the moment that the rediscovery of an epic poem in 1417 helped usher in the modern age.
How to stop spending time you don't have with people you don't like, doing things you don't want to do. You will laugh out loud!
Two adventurers trek from one end of the Amazon river to the other dealing with jungle weather, bugs, injuries and mysteries.
Shin escaped from a North Korean prison camp — a world of suspicion, hate, and horror. The book is a heartbreaking, eyeopening, and shocking true story.
A hilarious professional travel writer gives an honest, no holds barred account of what life as a guide book writing traveler really looks like.
Based on the life of Mata Hari who escaped a terrible marriage to become a beguiling exotic dancer and spy during WWI.