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Consider picking up "The Great Gatsby" if you'regoing to The Hamptons in New York.


Although the "West Egg" and "East Egg" in theclassic novel more greatly resemble the Great-Neckand Port-Washington peninsulas on Long Island, F.Scott Fitzgerald is believed to have been inspired byThe Hamptons when crafting this book.


Set in the Jazz Age, the book's decadence, hot summers, and longing for past lovers make ita great companion for pool hopping, charcuterie eating, and luxury shopping in TheHamptons.


As you're traveling around Amsterdam, read "The Fault in Our Stars."


Previously adapted into a film in 2014, John Green's story of star-crossed teenagers famouslyincludes a trip to Amsterdam. The Anne Frank House and The Rijksmuseum are two of manymajor destinations mentioned in the book.


Plus, the bench from the film adaption of this novel has even become its own tourist spot.


Bring "One Hundred Years of Solitude" to read in South America.


A significant work of literature, Gabriel García Márquez's classic follows generations of theBuendía family as they live in their South-American town. García Márquez's magical realismpaired with his lush descriptions make the book a perfect read for visiting some of thebreathtaking sights of South America.


For an enhanced experience, read "Where'd You Go Bernadette?" in Seattle, Washington.


Maria Semple's novel, which has recently been adapted into a movie, is told in emails,transcripts, and stories. It follows Bee Branch trying to track down her agoraphobic architectmother Bernadette Fox.


Set in Seattle, Washington, this hilarious yet heart-wrenching novel is a great companion asyou visit landmarks mentioned in the book, such as the Space Needle's restaurant.


"Call Me by Your Name" by André Aciman should perhaps be read in the summertime, in Italy.


André Aciman's novel is said to take place in the Northern-Italian seaside region of Liguria. Andif you've seen the 2017 coming-of-age film adaptation of the book, you'll already know thestory depicts beautiful summers in Northern Italy, complete with seaside encounters and lushgreenery.


If you're visiting New York City, enter the mind of Holden Caulfield.


"The Catcher in the Rye" is a classic tale of a lost teenager's unplanned trip to New York City.In the JD-Salinger novel, Holden visits a nightclub in the East Village, goes ice skating inRockefeller Center, and takes his sister to the Central Park Zoo.


"Midnight's Children" is a fantastical novel that illuminates some of the histories of India.


Salman Rushdie's story begins at midnight, on the night of India's independence, when the1,001 children born that hour are found to possess magical powers. Featuring lush imageryand magical realism, the book is set during 20th-century India.


Haruki Murakami’s "1Q84" is a dystopian adventure that’s perfect for the plane ride to Japan.


Famed Japanese author Haruki Murakami creates an alternate 1984 called 1Q84 where nothingfeels right and everything is slightly different. Set in Tokyo, Japan, this dystopian, mystery-filled fantasy novel is sure to keep you captivated during your trip.


"The Elegance of the Hedgehog" is excellent reading for a trip to Paris.


Before sauntering down the Champs-Élysées, open Muriel Barbery's novel for a delightful peekinto the lives of wealthy Parisians. Set in an upscale French apartment building, the story followstwo unlikely people who discover they are kindred souls.



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