Books for expats
October 4, 2016
Should I take this international assignment? How is the real expat life out of UAE? Has anyone been through this before?
Whether you are a rookie expat or an experienced international assignee, you might be having plenty of questions on how to make the relocation and life abroad easy and enjoyable. Viewing the expat experience through another person’s eyes, it is one helpful way to solve common doubts. That is why, Crown Relocations has selected some of the best books about expatriation and life abroad.
Before you move
Should I Stay or Should I Go? The Truth About Moving Abroad and Whether it's Right for You by Paul Allen.
If you are unsure about moving abroad, this book will help you finding the answer. During its reading, you will have full insights about the ten most important factors to consider before deciding to relocate.
The Expert Expat: Your Guide to Successful Relocation Abroad by Melissa Brayer Hess and Patricia Linderman
Written by experienced expatriates, this book will guide you through all the moving process from gathering pre-departure information until going back to your country. It includes specific chapters about moving with pets and children and about the spouses relationship abroad.
Expat Women: Confessions - 50 Answers to Your Real-Life Questions about Living Abroad by Andrea Martins and Audrey Hepworth
A book for current or future expat women who are looking for all kinds of details about the expat life. From raising bilingual children and leaving the family behind to expat infidelity and reverse cultural shock, the book covers the most common concerns expat women might have.
Forced to Fly: an anthology of writings that will make you see the funny side of living abroad by Jo Parfitt.
A collection of funny stories written by expats and expat experts tackling the everyday issues of life abroad.
More doubts? Our relocation experts will be glad to help you.