16 Jun 2016
If you love to read non-fiction, then you are in the right place. These holiday reads are gritty with the tales of real people stuck in real situations that are wild and wonderful and hold their weight when measure up to fiction novels. Holiday reads like these non-fiction novels are made to get you through the cold months, keeping you blissfully unaware of the howling wind and pouring rain.
A Curious Career by Lynn Barber (Released 2014)
Painfully nosy, preposterous and even a touch egotistical, Lynn Barber is the journalist we love to hate. In this memoir, she recollects interviews with red carpet regulars, her childhood and her career start as a journalist for Penthouse. This is the perfect read for hilarious and frank observations of some of the world’s biggest pop culture icons. This book is nothing short of nonsensical humour derived from the interviewing style of a blunt, strong woman, who “sings the strangeness and variety of the human race”.The Autobiography of an All Blacks Legend by Don
Dan Carter: The Autobiography of an All Blacks Legend by Dan Carter (Released 2015)
For the sports-lover, this book is a must read. Dan Carter, Man of the Match winner at the 2015 Rugby World Cup final, navigates his 12-year career with ease in this autobiography. Carter explores the highs and lows of his career and beloved sport, which puts you right beside him, on the bench and into his mind as he fought to come back strong after injury and dealing with the struggle of watching his team win without him.
Truths, Half Truths & Little White Lies by Nick Frost (Released Audiobook)
Nick Frost explores the first 30 years of his life in this amazing holiday read. He uncovers each aspect of his life willingly, humbly and with ease to show his readers that the road to becoming who you are can be worn and patchy. Having lost family to addiction and illness, Nick left school to support himself and to figure out what his path was. Having met Simon Pegg at a restaurant he was working and the two hit it off and are as you see them today. Nick’s story is heartbreakingly true, which makes it all the more a thrilling holiday read.
These winter weeks when nothing is looking warm and inviting outside, getting hold of one of the holiday reads will keep you sane and safe inside. See our winter accommodation for the perfect place to settle into a nice reading rhythm.