One of the things that I love about reading is that it can transport you anywhere: to a different city, a different country, even a different galaxy. But sometimes that doesn't quite seem enough. Sometimes after reading a book I feel overpowered with feelings of wanderlust. Sometimes it's not enough to simply read about it: I'm inspired to travel there myself. Here are some books on my shelves that have filled me with wanderlust.
All The Lights We Cannot See by Anthony Doerr
This is a bit of a weird one to include but stay with me here. This book follows two children during WW2 - one in France and one in Germany. The French girl is blind but has been built a model of Paris by her guardian. The way that things are described in this book is so rich and deep as they are using descriptions rather than sight. Even though this book is set in wartime I found myself daydreaming of long walks through Parisian streets and idyllic French life.