Erin Beaty’s The Traitor’s Kiss could have been a grand adventure.
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Two guys. One car. Two-thousand miles. One epic trip. That's The Otto Digmore Difference.
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A teenager helps her non-lingual adoptive sister return to the Arctic island from where she and a bunch of other babies were found on an abandoned ship.
Rachel Hawkins brings us the conclusion to the Rebel Belle series.
Go back to a time when traveling 20 miles per day was extraordinary and the Oregon Trail was (much) more menacing than a 2-D video game with Rae Carson’s Walk on Earth a Stranger.
Take a sexy (and maybe dangerous?) road trip with The Devil You Know by Trish Doller.
Hit the road with Margo Rabb's tale of grief, friendship and romance novels.
Grab those tissues and get ready to go on a road trip with Gayle Forman's latest, I Was Here.
Andrew Smith's version of a road trip book includes an epileptic boy and cannibalistic alien invaders. Naturally.
Hit the road with Let's Get Lost by Adi Alsaid.
Road Rash by Mark Huntley Parsons. A rock n' roll saga that goes to eleven.
Mandy W. says "Ja!" to heading out on the autobahn with Why We Took the Car by Wolfgang Herrndorf.
A Matter of Days by Amber Kizer. Me and you, and a dog named Boo, travellin' and livin' off this hellish post-apocalyptic land.
Jon Skovron's Man Made Boy: We were made for each other. In Brian's case, literally.
Fans of Percy Jackson rejoice—A. Lee Martinez’s Helen & Troy’s Epic Road Quest is a familiar mythological adventure with cheeky twist.
Jessi Kirby's In Honor proves that the most important ingredient for a successful road trip isn't a good map or snacks. It's a sexy passenger.
Hilary Weisman Graham's Reunited is a tribute to friendship, road trips and the power of swimfandom.
Hitting the road this weekend? Here're some must-have books for your packing list!
A book review of Antony John's Thou Shalt Not Road Trip, a story about faith, falling in love, and finding yourself on the road.
Forever Young Adult presents: A review of Catch and Release by Blythe Woolston
Forever Young Adult presents: A review of Saving June by Hannah Harrington
A book review of Paper Towns by John Green, aka "Why Posh Love Geeks".
Meghan has an abundance of love for John Green's An Abundance of Katherines.
Erin reviews Going Bovine by Libba Bray, while professing her love for physics and imparting knowledge on Mad Cow disease.
How To Be Bad has a road trip, Waflle House, and a trio of awesome authors (Lauren Myracle, E. Lockhart and Sarah Mylnowski)!