The fact is that most of us won’t have the opportunity to go on grand adventures; however, we can read spectacular books about them. You will find books on different kinds of adventure like the world’s greatest meals, taking a tour around America, or experiencing frozen hell. Read on to discover these five books that include novels, biographies, and memories that provide a wide array of brave, curious, and downright insane individuals searching for an incredible experience.
“A Cook’s Tour” by Anthony Bourdain
Anthony Bourdain is famous as a beloved television host and bestselling author who has traveled to different parts of the world to try other dishes and showcase different cultures and people from the west, east, north, and south. The reason for selecting A Cook’s Tour is that it combines everything that interests Tony.
“The Right Stuff” by Tom Wolfe
You will agree that only a few individuals have the opportunity to explore what is beyond our planet. In this book, Tom Wolfe, one of America’s famous reporters, explores the U.S. space program and experiences emotional and psychological encounters.
“Endurance: Shackleton’s Incredible Voyage” by Alfred Lansing
It was challenging to get to a remote part of the world at the start of the 20th century; however, the expeditions of Ernest Shackleton to Antarctica were really on an incredible level. Lansing’s superb biography, where he had interviews with the crew members and diaries that the public had never explored before the book’s publication help to catapult Shackleton to a higher level.
“The Sea Runners” by Ivan Doig
Would you like to stay put in a frozen hell or escape the prison to face the adverse conditions of the Pacific Northwest? Those were the questions answered by adventurous servants who escaped from their Russian Alaska work camp to search for freedom.
“Into the Heart of Borneo” by Redmond O’ Hanlon
If someone will attempt an expedition that no one in over 60 years has done, the best thing is to be a humorous British writer and poet pal. What could later go wrong besides terrible diseases, giant worms, and venomous snakes?
There you have it! Above are some of the best books about adventure. If you’re an adventure enthusiast, ensure that you read these books. An amazing experience awaits you.