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Books

Our hand-picked selection of books to get you in the mood to travel

The Little Book of Tourists in Iceland

Alda Sigmundsdottir

The perfect book to read before visiting Iceland. It explains the enormous boom in tourism and its impacts; tips and hints for navigating the challenges and cultural differences; and - most interesting of all - what Icelanders think about tourism and the tourists who visit them.

The Almost Nearly Perfect People

Michael Booth

A well-written and humorous book giving an insight into Scandinavia, its people and the enviably simpler Nordic ways and culture. It covers five countries including Iceland and will have you wanting to move to one of them!

The Little Book of the Icelanders

Alda Sigmundsdottir

An insight into the unique Icelandic people with all their quirks. Covers naming conventions, how hot tubs are the equivalent of British pubs, why Icelanders hate commitment, dating and family, and the shower police at swimming pools.

Names for the Sea: Strangers in Iceland

Sarah Moss

A brilliantly-written memoir of a British woman who moved to Reykjavik with her family to teach at the University just after the economic crash. It’s a fascinating look at Icelandic culture as she struggles to fit into the close-knit society.

I Remember You

Yrsa Sigurdardottir

A ghost story set in the Westfjords in the town of Ísafjörður and a remote village in Hornstrandir with two separate but slowly merging storylines. Atmospheric, creepy, and immensely enjoyable!

Fish Can Sing

Halldor Laxness

A humorous coming-of-age novel by Iceland's most revered author. It's about orphan Alfgrimur who spent his childhood in a simple turf cottage with an elderly fisherman and a stream of eccentric house guests. A fascinating insight into a period of extreme change for all Icelanders in the 20th Century.

The Draining Lake

Arnaldur Indridason

Arnaldur Indriðason is the master of Nordic Noir with his bestselling Icelandic detective series featuring Inspector Erlendur. This is number four in the series about a body that’s discovered in a lake near Reykjavik with ties to the Cold War era. It's an easy, enjoyable read with some insights into living in Iceland.

The Durrells of Corfu

Michael Haag

An interesting, superbly written account of the lives of the family behind "My Family & Other Animals," how they came to Corfu in the first place - and what happened to them after they left

An Embarrassment of Mangoes: A Caribbean Interlude

Ann Vanderhoof

Ann and her husband quit their jobs to fulfil their dreams of sailing the Caribbean. "One of the most enjoyable travelogues in modern literature", this follows their incredible journey across 16 countries and 47 different islands. Travelscoop's Stuart loved this and said at times it felt like he was there!

The Greek Escape

Karen Swan

Taking some time out after heartbreak to relax and find herself, Chloe Marston finds retreat in the Greek Islands, the perfect backdrop for love to blossom once more. But can she trust the man she's falling for?

Secrets of Santorini

Patricia Wilson

A mother and daughter come back together after years of separation. Perfectly transports the reader to the stunning paradise setting of Santorini

A Summer Reunion

Fanny Blake

Four close friends who've grown apart take a holiday in an idyllic sun-drenched Mallorcan villa for the weekend. Time for unearthed secrets, scores to be settled and strengthening of bonds - with each hoping for a second grasp at happiness.