Armchair Travel Map 2017

Books are a great way to travel the world - from the comfort of your own armchair. In 2017, I intend to visit as many wild and wonderful places as possible, and keep track of them on my map (click on markers on map for book details). Whilst I am hoping to see places I have not previously explored through books, this challenge is all about fun and pleasure, and getting an insight into which shores I am most drawn to. Let the journey begin!

I am combining this round the world trip with joining the 

2017 European Reading Challenge

by aiming to read at least 5 books set in European countries:

Books and countries visited for this challenge are (click on the cover for a link to the Goodreads page):

Distress Signals: Distress Signals, by Catherine Ryan Howard. Set on a large cruise ship in the Mediterranean

Moving: Moving, by Jenny Eclair. Set in the UK, London

The Last Painting of Sara de Vos The Last Painting of Sara de Vos, by Dominic Smith. Set in the Netherlands, New York and Sydney.

Our Endless Numbered Days Our Endless Numbered Days, by Claire Fuller. Set in London and Germany.

Watching You Watching You, by Arne Dahl. Set in Stockholm, Sweden. 

Cast Iron (The Enzo Files, #6) Cast Iron, by Peter May. Set in Paris, France.

The Missing Ones (Detective Lottie Parker, #1) The Missing Ones, by Patricia Gibney. Set in Ireland.

The Song of the Stork The Song of the Stork, by Stephan Collishaw. Set in Lithuania during WWII.

The Burial Hour (Lincoln Rhyme #13) The Burial Hour, by Jeffery Deaver. Partly set in Naples, Italy.

The Bird Tribunal The Bird Tribunal, by Agnes Ravatn. Set in Norway.

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