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A hilarious, deftly written debut novel about a woman whose wanderlust is about to show her that sometimes you don’t have to travel very far to become the person you want to be…
Ever since she returned from traveling, serial backpacker Kika Shores has been steeped in misery. Getting back on the road is all she wants. So when she’s offered a nannying job in London, she’s thrilled at the prospect. But as Kika’s about to discover, exhilarating adventures can still happen when you stay in one place . . .
Heartfelt and hilarious, Girls Who Travel is a novel about finding your way to yourself – and the unexpected detours that make the trip truly unforgettable.
“Though it is a fun, humorous read, Girls Who Travel also touches on the dueling metaphorical implications of travel itself–travel as escape, travel as discovery–for growing up. Coming-of-age, that tidy, overused phrase, might just be something that never stops.”
“Adventurous, clever and fun, Girls Who Travel is a debut that will undoubtedly land Trilivas on readers’ radars. The author gives us plenty to enjoy: travel, young love, self-discovery and animated characters…Readers won’t let a slightly unrealistic scenario spoil their trip to London alongside Kika, as she and her journey are nothing short of lovable.”
-RT Book Reviews
“This is a great read for young girls who love to travel or love the idea of travelling.”
-World of Wanderlust (bookclub pick for February 2016)
“Regardless of whether or not you’re a world-traveler or literary enthusiast, “Girls Who Travel” is for anyone who wants a refreshing, bold story to enjoy.”
-Daily Free Press
“Very appealing heroine facing multiple life choices!”
-Heroes and Heartbreakers
Nicole Trilivas is a writer based in London (and sometimes New York), covering topics related to travel. Her love of exploration has led her to nearly 40 countries on 6 continents. Her work has appeared on the New York Times online, the Huffington Post, xoJane, Wanderlust, Paste, and Thought Catalog. And she has been a speaker for Junior League of London and Girl Gone International. She is represented by Carrie Pestritto of the Prospect Agency.