10 books that’ll make you wish your flight will never end

Wanna know which books made my list of 10 BOOKS THAT’LL MAKE YOU WISH YOUR FLIGHT WILL NEVER END? Click the link and find out. Then go to Flashlight Worthy book recommendations and read what other people suggest. The books I chose are all character driven. That’s what I like in a book. While they’re each set at different times and places and each character has different wants and needs, they’re all powerful and strong with some definite sort of message. They’re so good that they’ll not only make you wish your flight was longer, they may even make you forget that you’re cramped in a middle seat in coach. Do you have a book suggestion? Tell me about it!

4 Replies to “10 books that’ll make you wish your flight will never end”

  1. i never leave home without the latest In Style and at least two books!
    i like to take the paperbacks by Elizabeth Edmondson in my handbag- they are so entertaining and exciting!or the Nick Hornby novels, “Slam” kept me awake the whole red eye flight from Canada to FRA.but i try to avoid books that make me laugh out loud,got some evil looks for that on a dead head-flight 😉
    greetings,
    Claudia

  2. They were originally written for teenagers, but the Tomorrow series by John Marsden is awesome, un-put-downable stuff.

    Have read and re-read at leasty twenty times.

  3. I think mine are very character driven, too, but here’s a pretty random list off the top of my head in no particular order. I should really put these on my Goodreads list:

    -The History of Love
    -Cryptonomicon
    -The Stand
    -Middlesex
    -Three Junes
    -The Raw Shark Texts
    -The Kite Runner
    -The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night Time

  4. I think mine are very character driven, too, but here’s a pretty random list off the top of my head in no particular order. I should really put these on my Goodreads list:

    -The History of Love
    -Cryptonomicon
    -The Stand
    -Middlesex
    -Three Junes
    -The Raw Shark Texts
    -The Kite Runner
    -The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night Time

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