Wednesday, November 30, 2016

Book Review: Vagabonding With Kids: Australia by AK Turner-Non Fiction/Family Travel

Hello dear Readers,

Below my book review of Vagabonding With Kids: Australia by AK Turner.

Title: Vagabonding With Kids: Australia
Series: Book 2 in the Vagabonding With Kids Series.
Rating: 5/5 Stars
Genre: Non Fiction/Family Travel
Author: AK Turner
Publisher: Brown Books Publishing Group 
Publication Date: December 1, 2016
Language: English
Paperback: 184 pages
Meet the Author: AK Turner
Buy Me: Amazon

Book Description
AK Turner wants to cuddle with a wombat. She wants it bad. In the hilarious sequel to Vagabonding with Kids, the nomadic family of four continues their journey with a two-month trip Down Under. AK Turner indulges her fascination with prisons, with no understanding of why her husband would rather spend every day at the beach. Their daughters aren't motivated by either, and are instead enthralled with the wonders of public toilets. As the Turners wind their way through Australia, all eyes are on the lookout for adventure. And wombats. New York Times bestselling author AK Turner continues the Vagabonding with Kids series with tales of exploring Down Under in Vagabonding with Kids: Australia. With a keen eye and sharp wit, Turner juxtaposes the intrigue of Australia with stories from an unconventional life on the road. This raucous adventure will inspire digital nomads and armchair travelers alike, and leave readers hungry for the next installment in the series, Vagabonding with Kids: Brazil.

My Thoughts

What an incredible book. AK Turner has the ability to make us feel part of the story from the beginning to the end thanks to a well crafted writing style. I like the humor, the stories, the details, the interactions between all the members of the family, how we get to know them and their journey.I like the way she shares her thoughts on their experiences traveling. 

AK has a story to tell and she does it with an amazing writing style, with a mix of elements, with humor, without letting anything out, the book, the story feels real, human and unique. 

Thank you Brown Books Publishing for sending a copy of the book in exchange for an honest review. 


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