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Adventure books every traveller should read

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Short chapters, plenty of cliffhangers and preposterous escapes make adventure books the greatest travelling literature in the world. From beating jet lag to whiling away a train journey, these blood-pumping tales of assassinations, secret plots and lost worlds are our favourites. Prepare to be enthralled!

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Best Books to Read Whilst Travelling

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Unplug your iPod and stop staring out the window. The great British commute is the perfect chance to catch up on your reading. Forget the books you’ve always meant to get around to, though, and ignore the opportunity to make yourself look all intellectual and stuff. We’ve picked some proper reads to transport you to a better place…

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RSH Book Club: See which sports books made our rail reading squad

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With the world’s biggest sporting event heading to the capital this summer, it’s time to get your train reading list in shape too.

Read on to find out which books made it into the final round of our top rail reads this month. And don’t forget to check out our journey planner for cheap train tickets before you travel.

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5 top train reading picks for your Christmas list

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Train Reading. Image Credit: Caitlinator. Flickr. Creative Commons.

Been an awfully good boy or girl this year? Making do with The Metro during your commute? The make sure to ask your Santa baby to add our top train reading picks to your Christmas stocking. Just read on and find out what paperbacks or e-books will take you from platform to end-point. And make sure to save for any sequels or bookmarks by checking our journey planner for cheap train tickets too.

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