Books are the perfect way to escape the routine of everyday life and relax, and there are several great options available. For some holiday reads, you can try In a Holidaze by Ellie Hilderbrand, Time After Time by Louise Pentland, or In Patagonia by Jack Kerouac.
In a Holidaze by Ellie Hilderbrand
In a Holidaze is the perfect holiday read! A woman grants herself a wish and changes the course of her life. After spending Christmas at a family cabin in Utah, she returns home to discover that she has unrequited feelings for Andrew. But things take a turn for the worse when a car accident takes place and she has to leave her home behind.
The Foley-Levin family is going through a lot of changes in 1969. Even though Harper and Tabitha are identical twins, that doesn’t mean they’re the same. As their family lives change, they realize their bond is stronger than their differences.
Time After Time by Louise Pentland
If you are looking for a great book to read on holiday, you should consider picking up Time After Time by Louise Pentlam. This author is a number one bestselling author and has written many novels. She is a favourite with book lovers around the world. She writes books about love, romance and family – perfect holiday reads.
If you’re looking for a fun and uplifting book to read during your holiday, Time After Time by Louise Pentlam is a great choice. It features a single mother with a six-year-old daughter and is supported by a craft-obsessed aunt. The story follows her as she copes with a lot of drama in her small town, but finds solace in her supportive family and a witty way of dealing with life. Whether you’re looking for something light and uplifting or a thriller with a bit of intrigue, Time After Time is an excellent choice.
In Patagonia by Bruce Chatwin
In Patagonia by Bruce Chatwin is an interesting book about the Patagonia region of Argentina. Bruce Chatwin was fascinated with Patagonia as a child. He recalls his grandmother’s prehistoric animal skin, which she received from her cousin, Captain Charley Milward. Later in his life, Chatwin travelled to Patagonia. The book includes interesting facts and historical information about the region.
The book is not without controversy. Chatwin has faced several critics over the years, including academics who called him a colonialist. He was also one of the first British gay celebrities to die of AIDS. In addition, he was also accused of Crimes Against Nonfiction and of making inaccuracies.
In Patagonia by Jack Kerouac
In Patagonia by Jack Kerouav is a wonderful memoir that captures the essence of the wild. It describes the author’s journey through Patagonia on a bicycle, sleeping in strangers’ homes and hiking through remote areas. While the book is full of adventure, it is also a reflection of his personal life.
While many people think of Jack Kerouac as a zen-like wanderer, his actual life was far different from this idyllic image. In the late 1960s, he was living with his mother and suffering from a severe alcoholic condition. He was increasingly bitter and paranoid, yet he continued to write until his death.
Before his first published book, On the Road, Kerouac had become disillusioned with his life as a writer. He had hoped to make money with it and became disenchanted with the city life. But he was unsuccessful. His novel The Town and the City was an unimpressive flop, and he ended up making little money. As a result, he longed for the open spaces of the West.
Theodora by Daphne Phelps
Theodora by Daphne Phelp is a fascinating historical novel set in the sixth century. She was a mistress of the Syrian official Hecebolus, but her relationship with him soon turned sour and she was abandoned by him. She later converted to Monophysite Christianity (the belief that Christ was divine) and returned to Constantinople. She worked as a wool spinner near the palace, and Justinian once noticed her. According to legend, they had met through Macedonia, who was an informer for the emperor.