So I don't read a lot of books with travelling in them but I did manage to find 5 that have travelling in them.
So lets get started
5. The statistical probability of love at first sight - Jennifer E Smith
This book centres around travelling, it's about a girl who gets stuck at the airport meets a guy then they end up sitting next to each other on their flight and its a fluffy contemporary witch is always a brilliant thing.
4. Only the good spy young -Ally Carter
I'm from London so I love books where people travel to London, and I don't want to say too much because it is a book in a series. The main female travels and goes to London and skates on the ice rink and I love it so much.
3. The Mark of Athena - Rick Riordan
I could have chosen any of the Percy Jackson books but I chose this one because they went pretty far in this one. I love the Percy Jackson books they make you laugh and feel and if you haven't read them yet you should.
2. Clockwork Prince - Cassandra Clare
There is one little bit of travelling in this book but it's an important part when Tessa, Will and Jem go to York. The relationship dynamic between the 3 of them is very evident when they are in a confined space like a train carriage and it was very fun to read.
1. Blood Promise - Richelle Mead
Again I can't really talk about why Rose travels to Russia but the way it's described it makes me want to visit and see the buildings that look like art and its one of my favourite books ever because of the Russian element in it.
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