Bookshelf: Great New Travel Reads

Looking for some travel inspiration?

Here are three new #TripLit reads that will transport you to a faraway place:

> Wide-Open World, by John Marshall

The Marshalls learn that six months of sweaty voluntourism draw them together as no family therapist ever can. Don’t miss the spider monkey encounter.

> Peaks on the Horizon, by Charlie Carroll

Two different journeys interweave in this memoir/escape thriller—one into and the other out of a fascinating but troubled Tibet.

> Crow Fair, by Thomas McGuane

This short story collection from a master captures the essence of Montana, from its oil fields to its aging cowboys.

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