Three Great New Travel Reads

Looking for some travel inspiration?

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

> In Manchuriaby Michael Meyer

Once the wild frontier, Manchuria is the latest example of Chinese-style progress. Meyer recounts living in a rural commune turned company town.

> The Last Unicornby William deBuys

When a magnificently horned mammal is found in remote Laos, deBuys sets out to become the first Westerner to see it.

> The Fault Lineby Paolo Rumiz

It’s “goodbye, Iron Curtain; hello, EU scaffolding,” as Rumiz learns in a journey through new post-Soviet Europe.

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