10 Books For A Long Layover -Photo Blog

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All the people who like to explore a lot and traveling is their favorite thing, even they do not wish to travel on a long layover. But when you have magic in your hands, your long flights will prove out to be the best time. If you find reading is exactly like dreaming with open eyes, then this will surely help you out to make your dreams even more beautiful.

Flightsbank not only books your tickets but also work as your travel partner with all the travel related information. Similarly, to make your long layovers interesting, here is a list of the names of 10 books of different genres for every reader out there. Dig in to know whether your book made it to our list or our suggestion helped your checklist.

The Notebook by Nicholas Sparks

Genre: Romance

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 Twilight Series by Stephenie Meyer

Genre: Drama

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Murder on the Orient Express by Agatha Christie

Genre: Mystery

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The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins

Genre: Action & Adventure

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The Stand by Stephen King

Genre: Horror

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 Shantaram by Gregory David Roberts

Genre: Fiction

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Gulliver’s Travels by Jonathan Swift

Genre: Satire

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The Power of Now by Eckhart Tolle

Genre:  Self Help

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The Great Indian Novel by Shashi Tharoor

Genre: History

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A Game of Thrones by George R R Martin

Genre: Fantasy

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Make the long layovers worth the time when having such books that will surely work as one crazy travel partner. Check out what all you have read and what’s going to be added on the reading checklist super soon.

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