Wednesday, April 22, 2015

Top 5 Wednesday: Top 5 Books That Feature Traveling (any genre)

This week's Top 5 Wednesday is a fun one, it's the Top 5 Books That Feature Traveling in any genre. I went with "other" types of traveling that appear in some of my favorite books. I tend to pick up books that deal with fantastical elements more so than the ho-hum of everyday life. Yeah, so my list takes the any genre thing to the extreme, kind of. So here's my Top 5 Books That Feature Traveling (any genre) in no particular order.



1. Sweet Evil by Wendy Higgins This story had a surprising amount of traveling in it. Really the whole series had a lot of going here and going there. At first glance, it looks like your average paranormal romance, and there is plenty of delicious, paranormal romance, but a good chunk of this book contains a road trip. Yes a road trip! Our main characters go on a car ride across the country and fall in love... awww. But yeah, this is a fun series that I highly recommend. And if you're a sucker for a road trip, there's one in here!
2. Glow by Amy Kathleen Ryan So this one has space travel, yayy space travel! The characters in this story are aboard a pretty epic space ship, on their way to colonize a new planet, and have the human race survive and prosper. I won this book in a Goodreads FirstReads giveaway and was really grateful I did. This book and series doesn't get enough attention. Also, there's a lot of action in this one. Fun Fun Fun.
3. Skylark by Meagan Spooner The kind of travel involved in this one is a lot of foot travel across a strange, strange landscape. Our main character has to escape her walled-in community and try to find sanctuary in a dangerous and strange landscape. This book is by one of the authors who wrote These Broken Stars. I loved that book and had to check another of her series out. It's not a bad one either.
4. Altered by Jennifer Rush Love this book! The kind of travel involved in this one is a lot of running, hiding, and escaping. They are constantly on the move so they don't get captured by the bad, government people. I love this series. It's full of action and hot guys :D
5. Ruby Red by Kerstin Gier How about some time travel? Well you get it in this one. This is a fun, cute read about a girl who has the time travel gene in her family. She's been told all her life that her cousin is the one to inherit the gene, but then one day, she finds herself in another time and another place. She also has a cute boy to time travel with. I really need to reread this book and then the rest of the series. It's so cute.

So that's my Top 5 Wednesday: Top 5 Books That Feature Traveling in any genre. I think that all my books fit, even if they are not the conventional modes of travel. What books would you pick? Tell me below. And if you want to join in the Top 5 Wednesday fun, you totally should. Every Wednesday there is a new topic to explore and enjoy. Check out all the other Top 5 Wednesday-ers here.

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