Here's my list:
Trickster's Girl involves a girl on the run, traveling with a magical raven to heal the Earth's ley lines.
The Darkest Minds has a group of teens running away from an evil workcamp where all kids with psionic powers are sent to keep them away from the normal population.
In Better Nate Than Ever, Nate sneaks away for a weekend in New York, to realize his dream of auditioning for a Broadway play.
Night Road is one of my favorite books of all time. Vampires go on a road trip, to get a new rebellious vampire under control.
In Meant to Be, nebbish teen Julia goes on a class trip to London, meets a cute guy and learns to loosen up.
I feel like listing Across the Universe, A Million Suns, Glow and Spark is cheating, since this topic makes me think, "road trip" not "starship" but the topic does list travel of any sort, and you can't deny there isn't much further you can travel than into outer space.
Angel Burn involves a half-angel girl and a deadly angel killer who are forced on a long road trip together, and of course, fall in love.
Are there any great road trip books I'm missing? Let me know in the comments.
I personally love road trips and take a lot of them in the summer. These book babies seem to fit right into my summer reading plans. Thanks for sharing!ReplyDelete
I just saw Better Nate than Never at the library and almost picked it up. Great picks, I've found a lot of new titles to look into. :)ReplyDelete
My Top Ten
I like that you included spaceship travel books! I'm going to have to pikc up Better Nate Than Ever...that looks so cute!ReplyDelete
It really felt like cheating... but I had to do it.Delete
I want to read Meant To Be. Great selection of books!ReplyDelete
I know the lady who wrote it, and it is an awesome read.Delete
Have you ever read "Saving June"? If not you should check it out. I thought it was a fantastic road trip book! Its contemporary, though, you may not be into that kind of read?ReplyDelete
I haven't heard of it... will have to check it out.Delete
Interesting topic this week. I kinda wish I'd played along, too. I really want to read Bette Nate Than Ever--the author's doing an event at my store on Thursday for his literary cocktail book, but that one sounds good, too.ReplyDelete
I think Maureen Johnson's Thirteen Little Blue Envelopes would have made my list this week.
Tim Federle has a literary cocktail book??? Is it possible for that man to be any cooler than he already is? I submit that it is NOT.Delete