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My Favourite Books

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I have been asked to do the impossible. I have been asked to choose my favourite 6 books of all time. Clearly this is an unfair task! But I have set about it with enthusiasm, perusing the chaos of my bookshelves and the chaos of my blog for inspiration. Dotted amongst my 1314 blog posts are quite a few that relate to recommendations of good books.

So, if you’re looking for enough good books to keep you quiet for a year or two, then have a look at some of these lists:

  1. THE TOP 100 ADVENTURE BOOKS

  2. 11 TRAVEL BOOKS FOR BUMS

  3. MICROADVENTURE READING LIST

  4. YET ANOTHER LIST OF TOP TRAVEL BOOKS

  5. WHAT BOOK ARE YOU READING NOW?

  6. TOP 10 BOOKS FROM THE TRAVEL BOOKSHOP IN LONDON

  7. THE TEN BEST BOOKS OF THE YEAR

  8. READING RECOMMENDATIONS

  9. THE 10 GREATEST POLAR EXPEDITION BOOKS

  10. DESERT ISLAND BOOKS

  11. MORE DESERT ISLAND BOOKS

So, what did I choose as my favourite books? You’ll have to either come along to this event, or wait until next week when I put them up on the blog.

All that I know is that my pick of 6 will probably change next month or next year…

Thank you to the many people who have kindly “bought me a coffee” for just £2.50 as encouragement to keep this blog going.

“Yes, I too would like to donate a couple of pounds to this site..!”



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  1. This is exactly what I needed! I leave on monday to cycle 5000 miles across South America, reading shall be one of my few comforts! – though finding some of these classics in a bolivian library might be a challenge in itself!
    P.s. Where are you books in these lists?! ‘Thunder and sunshine’ Is what inspired my expedition. If I ever make a list of my own, watch out for a top 5 recommendation!
    Pete

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  2. Matthew Woodard Posted

    Hey, I was just wondering (and I know this is going to be a very difficult question) but if you could only recommend one book which one would it be? I would love to go through the list and read loads of them, but as I am in University I cannot afford to buy them all and the library doesn’t have them. So which book would you recommend as my first read? I am particularly interested in the microadventures if that narrows it down haha.
    Cheers,
    Matthew

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