London and its Genius Loci

A journey beyond time and place
By Philipp Röttgers

In London and Its Genius Loci, Philipp Röttgers takes the reader on a tour of London like no other. The approach is two-fold. As Röttgers explores contemporary London and muses upon her historical quirks, he also attempts to detect less corporeal influences. He speculates about...

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Kong Boys

Seven Friends from Hong Kong Take on Eleven European Cities for Their Thirtieth Birthdays
By Gerald Yeung

Kong Boys: Seven Friends from Hong Kong Take on Eleven European Cities for Their Thirtieth Birthdays by Gerald Yeung is an interesting non-fiction book for travel fans. The author introduces readers to his four childhood friends and explores their friendship over the years, a journey...

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This is Yakutat

Yaakwdaat Aya
By Kadashan

Bertrand J. Adams Sr., also known as Kadashan, is Tlingit Indian through and through. He was born in Sitka, Alaska, into this vibrant community. This Is Yakutat provides a brief background into Kadashan before going into multiple short stories that show the daily life of...

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The Fun Side of the Wall

Baby Boomer Retirement in Mexico
By Travis Scott Luther

Travis Scott Luther’s book, The Fun Side of the Wall, reflects a conscientious and compelling study of why the Baby Boomer generation is so enamored with making their retirement dollars stretch by retiring south of the border. Not only do ex-pats find housing and healthcare...

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Tropical Ecstasy

A Nostalgia Trip to Brazil
By Norman Weeks

Tropical Ecstasy: A Nostalgia Trip to Brazil by Norman Weeks is a non-fiction travel book that details the return of the author after an absence of twenty-five years to his old haunts in Brazil. An ex-Peace Corps volunteer from the US, Norman Weeks retraces his...

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Sailing Blue Water Mystique Solo

Sailing The Exumas Alone
By H. Downing Lane

Sailing Blue Water Mystique Solo: Sailing The Exumas Alone by H. Downing Lane is the life story of the author as he realized that as long as he is near water, he is happy. The author lost his father the summer before he turned 8...

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Immersed in West Africa

By Terry Lister

Immersed in West Africa is a non-fiction travel book written by Terry Lister. From his earliest days, travel was in the author’s blood. Both his mom and dad were seasoned travelers, and, while he was born on a small island, Bermuda, Lister’s imagination was captured...

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Images of Cuba

By Wayne Gerard Trotman

Images of Cuba by Wayne Gerard Trotman captures the diversity of the culture, people, and customs of Cuba passed down from their African, Spanish, French, and Asian ancestors and have made Cubans the people they are. The author's love for the country reflects in the...

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Lost in Mother Russia

A Memoir
By Jill McDowell

Lost in Mother Russia: A Memoir by Jill McDowell is an intimate look at Russia set in the middle 1990s. The author, an ESL teacher who teaches at Moscow State University and at the school in the Japanese Embassy, decides to search for her roots...

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How to Live the Dream

Things Every Van Lifer Needs to Know
By Natalia Stepanova

How to Live the Dream: Things Every Van Lifer Needs To Know by Kristine Hudson takes readers on a fascinating trip that will enable them to get rid of their boring lifestyles and wake up wherever they want. The author explores what it takes to...

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