What to read on the road to a woman
Ogoing on a trip or just on a long journey, it is nice to take a book with you, rustle paper pages or flip through the electronic version. In fact, the format is not important, but the content is another matter. Thus, the question of what to read on the road for a woman comes down to the content of the works.
On trains, we often see people reading sugary "women's" novels and "sucked from the finger" detective stories. You should not condemn people, most likely they bought this reading at the bookstores of the station or metro for lack of a better one.
We will take care of what to read in advance and spend the time of forced waiting with benefit. The book for the journey should be chosen wisely.
And also, if you are a beautiful girl with blond hair, then, for example, if in Egypt there is a good book on your deck chair next to a cocktail, you will not be considered a “stupid blonde”. So, what books to take on the road?
Gabriel Garcia Marquez: Twelve Traveler Stories
It is worth reading on the way to Geneva, Barcelona, Tuscany or Latin America, for example, to Venezuela. Creates a magical mood, tells about Latin Americans in Europe.
Marquez, the winner of the notorious comrade Nobel Prize, the author of world-famous novels, deserves to be in our luggage.
What is worth only a story about a "moth" obsessed with the idea of teaching a dog to cry, or a story about a tramontana that drives people crazy. And my favorite story is “Light is like water” about a boundless childhood fantasy. Definitely in the "best books for the road" section.
Paulo Coelho: There is only one winner
I recommend reading on the way to Cannes. The book really hypnotizes, does not let go and literally makes you think about the dark second side of the coin of such attractive at first glance concepts and phenomena as money, glamor and power.
There is a minus - it does not allow you to relax, it keeps you in real tension literally until the last lines. A good detective story with elements of glamor or an anti-love novel.
Carefully! Impressionable reading is not recommended.
Ernes Hemingway: The Old Man and the Sea
We do not forget to take it with us on a sea vacation and enjoy classical prose, while gaining an understanding of how to maintain dignity in critical and simply difficult circumstances.
And "Green Hills of Africa" is interesting to read on a safari, it is a mixture of poetry and hunting. The story is autobiographical, and what could be better than to lift the veil of the secrets of the life of "Papa Ham" himself.
Nikolai Semyonovich Leskov: The Enchanted Wanderer
Take the book with you when you travel across Russia, for example, to Karelia on Valaam. An excellent solution to read this book on the train, when native landscapes flicker outside the compartment window.
The story, through the description of the monk-bogatyr, reveals the mysterious Russian soul, the soul of a huge powerful country, which itself does not realize its strength and does not know where it is going.
Paulo Coelho: Veronica decides to die
When heading to the countries of Eastern Europe, read "Veronica", which takes place in Ljubljana, the capital of Slovenia.
The girl meets both her death and love, learns to live every day as if it were her last, and such a skill will not harm us. The book talks about how you can make your life full of meaning, pleasure and human joy.
Kama Sutra: India
Worth a read when visiting India. The book covers not only intimate relationships, but also the way of life of Indians. Although it doesn’t hurt to try something new in matters of intimacy on vacation :). An excellent solution for choosing what to read on the road for a woman.
Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra: The Cunning Hidalgo Don Quixote of La Mancha
We read, of course, going to sunny Spain, well, or anywhere :)). The language of writing the work is peculiar, but you quickly get used to it. Further more. He starts to like
To be honest, it is difficult to master the book and understand its essence, not everyone can do it. However, each of us in his life was Don Quixote and did unthinkable things, or maybe he fought against the system or entered into such a battle where there is obviously no chance of winning.
You can laugh at the hidalgo, and after reading the book, be proud that you have mastered this masterpiece.
A.I. Kuprin: Shulamith
Girls, if you do not know what book to take on the road, then this book is for you. It is much cooler than the modern "semi-obscene" about shades of gray. This is a story about true love and true submission to a man.
The story is written by a charming and thoughtful Russian writer Alexander Ivanovich Kuprin, a man with a capital letter. Kuprin's story is essentially dedicated to the inexhaustible power of love.
Boris Akunin: Turkish Gambit
The next book is a win-win solution to the question of what to take to read on the road.
The Turkish Gambit is a modern detective novel that is easy to read and does not burden you with the search for meaning. At the same time, the book is written with grace and taste, the most it is to pass the night on a plane or train.
Of course, if you take books on the road, then you should not put them in a suitcase to avoid overweight, but a good book will never hurt in hand luggage, and after reading it you can give a random companion.