What she reads on her commute

You might not love your daily commute but we think it’s the perfect time to settle in and catch up on some reading whether you’re racing past the countryside by train or flying over the city by plane on a work trip. Here are some novels we think will take your mind off your travel time and transport you to another world so that your commute isn’t half bad after all.

The Girl on the Train by Paula Hawkins

The Girl on the Train by Paula Hawkins

Rachel takes the train every morning and every night, never seeing anything out of the ordinary… until one fated train ride. The image she sees comes and goes in the blink of an eye so she can’t be sure if it’s real but it involves someone from her past and the police are calling her claims unreliable. Did Rachel see something that will change her life forever or is there something more to the situation that she can’t quite understand?

The Bone Season by Samantha Shannon

The Bone Season by Samantha Shannon

Paige Mahoney is a criminal in the world of Scion London for the most punishable crime: being a clairvoyant. Taking a risk, Paige takes the train where she is caught, leading her down a dark path she never knew existed. What unfolds thereafter are secrets that have been controlling Scion for too long.

Stolen: A Letter to My Captor by Lucy Christopher

In letter form, Gemma tells us the story of Ty, a man who took her from an airport and held her captive out in the Australian Outback. This is not an ordinary kidnapping story, as Ty loves Gemma, and as time progresses, she’ll find that she is beginning to love him back.

Water for Elephants by Sara Gruen

Water for Elephants by Sara Gruen

Enter the world of The Flying Squadron, the Most Spectacular Show on Earth presented by the Benzini Brothers. In the night, Jacob Janowski jumps on a train and finds himself soon working for the Benzini Brothers. Before he knows it, he has fallen in love and discovered a dangerous world behind the curtains of the world’s greatest show.

Murder on the Orient Express by Agatha Christie

Murder on the Orient Express by Agatha Christie

All aboard the Orient Express, where just after midnight, the train will be stopped by a snowstorm. By morning, a man will be found dead in his compartment, which was locked from the inside. Detective Hercule Poirot must figure out who the killer is before he strikes again.

Kenlee Savoie

Kenlee Savoie has a strong passion for literature and creative writing. She buys all of her books in print because, one day, she hopes to have a library as big as Belle's from Beauty and the Beast. She loves constantly disappearing behind a good novel with her Yorkie Poodle, Benson.

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