Train Reads for Train Rides

Train Reads for Train Rides

-by Victoria Principato

During my travels to Cuba (without wifi, I might add,) I had plenty of time to rekindle my love for reading. During the trip, I was able to read plenty of classics, including F. Scott Fitzgerald's This Side of Paradise, and Jane Austen's Pride and Prejudice. This upcoming August, during the long stretches of train travel, I hope to spend my time finishing up my summer reading list! 

Purple Hibiscus

 

 

This novel by Chimamanda Adichie follows the life of fifteen year old Kambili and her brother Jaja. Told from the perspective of Kambili, this novel tells the chronicles the challenges that Kambili faces growing up in politically unstable Nigeria.

 

Big Little Lies

 

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Big Little Lies follows the lives of Madeline, Celeste, and Jane. These women come together to face the difficulties of motherhood and life itself, along with an intricate plot and 

 

Tuesdays with Morrie

 

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This novel tells the story of a retired college professor, who tells the story of his life and important lessons learned. As a twenty one year old on the cusp of graduation, I'm definitely seeking some advice on life, and can't wait to learn a little something new from Morrie's point of view.

I'm so excited to get started with this summer reading list, coupled with views of the Pacific Ocean or the Rocky Mountains! Have any suggestions? Feel free to comment below!

 

 

 

Nobody Puts Baby in the Corner

Nobody Puts Baby in the Corner

A Trip Back in Time

A Trip Back in Time