‘Passenger’ by Alexandra Bracken was released unto UK readers earlier this month. This time-hopping tale of adventure (and a little bit of romance, yes, yes) has taken the bookish world by storm. Its effect has been… tidal. So to speak.
But it’s on Instagram where this book’s game is even stronger. It’s so strong, in fact, that we advise you to sit down before you fall down while looking through these.
Be prepared for a book-lust meltdown.
I went to Santa Cruz yesterday and brought two ocean related books with me and ended up taking a ton of pictures of both of them. Just so I don’t over saturate with pictures of the same two books I’m going to post one every other day. I really liked how they all turned out and I hope you will too! • • • #books #bookish #bookworm #booklover #bookstagram #passenger #alexandrabracken #santacruz #beach #ocean
A photo posted by kaitlin (@katiereadz) on Mar 24, 2016 at 6:20pm PDT
It is literally impossible to take a bad photo of this book!
A photo posted by christine/the cozy book haven (@thecozybookhaven) on Mar 29, 2016 at 8:10am PDT
A photo posted by brianna harmon (@embreez) on Apr 12, 2016 at 3:04pm PDT
Even we had a go:
Obligatory Funko shot:
A photo posted by Kim, 26, Germany, Bookseller (@howlingpages) on Apr 3, 2016 at 1:11am PDT
But srsly! It’s flawless:
A photo posted by N I N A? 🌙 (@ninasbookbites) on Mar 2, 2016 at 2:13pm PST
Have you fallen in love with it too? You can get your copy here.
Also, please do feel free to tweet us YOUR pics of ‘Passenger’, we do love to drool over them: @maximumpopbooks
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