Our travel book list - The Winter Edit

The second edition of our travel book lists is live. In our winter edit, you will find the latest fiction and non-fiction books (on life, business, wellbeing, feminism amongst others) as well as some classics we love. Whether the next trip takes you to the cities that never sleep, the slopes in Europe or to an island in the Caribbean, we got your reading fix right here. In case you cannot get enough, join our 50-books-a-year challenge. Happy reading!

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  1. 101 essays that will change the way you think by Brianna Wiest
    THE book you want to keep on your nightstand and take with you wherever you go. Brianna Wiest's latest book is the epitome of philosophical insights and it is on point. 

  2. Women & Power by Mary Beard
    A collection of stories of fascinating women throughout history, ranging from the ancient world up to today. Picturing the stand of women in different centuries and how culture shaped our picture of womanhood. 

  3. And Still I Rise by Dr. Maya Angelou
    A classic of American literature. This book filled with beautiful poems is a true gem, written by a fascinating and powerful woman. 

  4. (German) Hedy Lamarr: Filmgöttin – Antifaschistin – Erfinderin by Michaela Lindinger
    The latest biography of Hedy Lamarr is available in German only. It tells the story of one of the most fascinating women of the 20th century, massively underestimated, she built a legacy for generations.

  5. The Moment of Lift: How Empowering Women Changes the World by Melinda Gates
    In this book, Melinda Gates takes us on a journey through her life's work, introducing us to remarkable women she met and talks about the power of connectivity. 

  6. Flow: The Classic Work on How to Achieve Happiness by Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi
    One of the best books written on how the experience of flow leads to happiness. A brilliant book for everyone and a classic of modern psychology.

  7. (German) Vienna by Eva Menasse
    You might actually be able to get this book in English in hardcover as well. A big saga. One of THE classics of Viennese literature, this book is a gem. You'll cry, you'll laugh, you'll be sad, emotional, but never bored.

  8. Feeling Good: The New Mood Therapy by David D. Burns
    Another fantastic book of contemporary psychology, presenting the latest finds about how moods affect us and offering techniques to lift your spirits. 

  9. (German) Keine Ahnung, ob das richtig ist: Poetry by Julia Engelmann
    This young German poetry slam artist entered the stage in 2013 when she was still at university and participated in a poetry slam night that swept Germany away and made her a star overnight.

  10. Metahuman: Unleashing your infinite potential by Dr. Deepak Chopra
    Deepak Chopra says there is a way to reach beyond the structures of the mind we know and become our best version. Worth giving a read, no?

  11. Nana by Émile Zola
    A French classic with a strong female lead. Nothing to add. 

  12. Made to Stick: Why Some Ideas Survive and Others Die by Chip Heath
    Have you ever wondered how to communicate your ideas in a way that people will remember? Then this is your book. Full of success stories as well as failures, it provides us with models and ways to make ideas stick.

  13. Do What Feels Good: Recipes, Remedies, and Routines to Treat Your Body Right by Hannah Bronfman
    One of our favourite DJanes and women to follow. Her book includes everything you need to feel the best version of yourself. Check out her instagram as well!
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