Until you’ve consumed all of the best Wanderlust books, can you even claim to be a true fan?
- Wanderlust: A History of Walking (2001)
- Wanderlust: A Modern Yogi’s Guide to Discovering Your Best Self (2015)
- Spiritual Wanderlust: The Field Guide to Deep Desire (2019)
- Wanderlust Warrior Project: Discover You. With Us. (2019)
- Wanderlust: The Amazing Ida Pfeiffer, the First Female Tourist (2019)
- Wanderlust: A Novel (1987)
- Wanderlust (2018)
- Wanderlust (2013)
- Wanderlust: Book Two of the Edgewood Series (Volume 2) (2013)
- The Way of Wanderlust: The Best Travel Writing of Don George (Travelers’ Tales) (2015)
Drawing together many histories–of anatomical evolution and city design, of treadmills and labyrinths, of walking clubs and sexual mores–Rebecca Solnit creates a fascinating portrait of the range of possibilities presented by walking. Arguing that the history of walking includes walking for pleasure as well as for political, aesthetic, and social meaning, Solnit focuses on the walkers whose everyday and extreme acts have shaped our culture, from philosophers to poets to mountaineers.
Like the wildly popular festivals that have taken the yoga world by storm, Wanderlust is a road map for the millions of people engaged in cultivating their best selves. For the 20 million people who grab their yoga mats in the United States every week, this book gives a completely unique way to understand “yoga”—not just as something to do in practice, but as a broader principle for living.
You know—that ache for something authentic and REAL, crackling with life. Perhaps, like many of us, you have spent hours meditating, devouring books, or traveling the world in the hopes of tasting it. In this book, spiritual coach Kelly Deutsch invites you to venture deeper than you’ve ever gone before. Calling on the wisdom of two mystics, Augustine and John of the Cross, she’ll help you locate the path to the Great Unknown we so desperately desire.
Equal parts workbook, inspiration and empowerment, The Wanderlust Warrior Project starts young women on a path of self-discovery. The book couples interviews with radically successful women from all industries with intellectually challenging activities and insightful narratives about the traits of a Wanderlust Warrior. Traits such as Curiosity, Bravery, Intelligence and more. This book is a game changer for young women.
Wanderlust: The Amazing Ida Pfeiffer, the First Female Tourist (2019)
I found no one to accompany me, and was determined to do; so I trusted to fate, and went alone. In 1797 in Vienna, Ida Pfeiffer was born into a world that should have been too small for her dreams. The daughter of an Austrian merchant, she made clear from an early age that she would not be bound by convention, dressing in boys’ clothing and playing sports.
Wanderlust: A Novel (1987)
is the story of Audrey Driscoll. Orphaned young, Audrey has grown up caring for her eccentric millionaire grandfather and her demanding younger sister, Annabelle, who assume she will always be there for them. Sheltered yet restless, responsible beyond her years yet hungering for experience, Audrey is hopelessly bound until she herself makes the daring decision to leave.
A charming British hero, the woman who tempts him, and a hands-off arrangement that's oh-so-hard to maintain. My bags are packed and I'm ready to go. All I have to do is board a plane, and I'll be on my way to fulfilling a promise I made long ago.
– Haydee’s ReviewsCan love come from pain?Evie always dreamed of seeing the world, but her first night at a motel turns into a nightmare. Hunter is a rugged trucker willing to do anything to keep her–including kidnapping. As they cross the country in his rig, Evie plots her escape, but she may find what she’s been looking for right beside her.
Prepare to be taken away by Wanderlust, the second book of the Edgewood series by bestselling author Karen McQuestion. Mallory, Russ, Jameson, and Nadia are just trying to blend in as normal teens while secretly learning to use their newfound superpowers.
As a professional travel writer and editor for the past 40 years, Don George has been paid to explore the world. Through the decades, his articles have been published in magazines, newspapers, and websites around the globe and have won more awards than almost any other travel writer alive, yet his pieces have never been collected into one volume.
Best Wanderlust Books Worth Your Attention
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Dream. Explore. Discover.: Inspiring Quotes to Spark Your Wanderlust
Author(s): Summersdale Publishers
ID: 2394224, Publisher: Summersdale Publishers, Year: 9 July 2019, Size: 30 Mb, Format: epub
Mad Travelers: A Tale of Wanderlust, Greed and the Quest to Reach the Ends of the Earth
Author(s): Dave Seminara
ID: 2999739, Publisher: Post Hill Press, Year: 2021, Size: 4 Mb, Format: epub
Flags, Capitals and Countries of World (2020)
Author(s): The Wanderlust Press
ID: 2848643, Publisher: , Year: 2020, Size: 11 Mb, Format: pdf
Please note that this booklist is not definite. Some books are really best-sellers according to Los Angeles Times, others are composed by unknown authors. On top of that, you can always find additional tutorials and courses on Coursera, Udemy or edX, for example. Are there any other relevant resources you could recommend? Leave a comment if you have any feedback on the list.