Hello lovely book clubbers and welcome back to another month of travel reading!
This month I wanted to switch it up and share with you a more serious (and seriously inspirational) read in the book club selections.
I love hearing your feedback on the book selections and almost always agree with you guys, so this month we’re moving away from the light and fluffy books (though Paris Letters is seriously one of my all time favourite books), and onto something a little more adventurous that gets down into the nitty gritty.
I myself will be reading this month’s selection for the first time, however have already seen the film adaption of the book and know it is an incredible tale. I’m more excited about the book (as I’m sure you all know the book is usually better than the movie) and really can’t wait to get stuck into this read on my next long plane journey.
March Selection: Tracks
This true story follows the author, Robyn Davidson, as she makes her way across 1,700 miles of the Australian desert with her four camels and dog in tow.
The author herself states,
“I experienced that sinking feeling you get when you know you have conned yourself into doing something difficult and there’s no going back.”
I truly hope you guys love this month’s selection and if the book is anything like the movie or even slightly better (I’m sure it is), you’re in for one incredible journey!