There’s no better way to see the world than by moving through it. Packed with evocative photography and writing by the most highly regarded travel journalists, this travel guide inspires bucket lists and allows readers to explore from their armchairs. Once-in-a-lifetime experiences recounted in mouth-watering detail include mystical mountain drives through ancient tombs in the UAE, sailing with seals around the Galapagos Islands and an elegant encounter with the Orient Express. Coming soon.
This exciting travel guide explores 50 cities around the world, homing in on neighbourhoods you might not know about but should. Discover the restaurant-lined lakes of Dubai’s Jumeirah Lakes Towers; embrace London’s barnacle-clung Wapping and Rotherhithe; dive deep into Tokyo’s enchantingly shabby Kōenji and find another place to stay up all night in New York City, partying the hours away in Staten Island’s North Shore. These lesser-known neighbourhoods are the stars of this travel book, loaded with insider knowledge, penned by the leading travel journalists in situ. Out now.
Who can talk more authoritatively about books than the people who create them? In this thought-provoking collection of essays by contemporary authors including Ali Smith, Jonathan Coe, Sarah Hedley Hymers and Jonathan Franzen, the journey of life is explored. Birth, childhood, adolescence, adulthood, middle age, old age and death are dealt a hand at this tablet, with guest writers revealing the books that shaped their own journeys. Designed for reference and entertainment, this is the tome for avid readers.