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The Unlikely Pilgrimage of Harold Fry: A Novel - Community Reviews back

by Rachel Joyce
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Dem rated it 3 years ago
Jan Book Club Read
A History Nut's Romantic State of Mind
This book came through recommendation of a friend. Slowly progressing story. I am rather confused about the purpose of his walk and have trouble imagining why anyone would want to do that. But I think I lack the experience to fully appreciate the book.
Bettie's Books
Bettie's Books rated it 4 years ago
bookshelves: summer-2014, booker-longlist, published-2012, tbr-busting-2014, next, britain-england, those-autumn-years Read from July 04 to 05, 2014 Description: Harold Fry is convinced that he must deliver a letter to an old friend in order to save her, meeting various characters along the way ...
Expendable Mudge Muses Aloud
Expendable Mudge Muses Aloud rated it 5 years ago
But honestly...aren't there better ways for you to spend your eyeblinks than read this pedestrian tale of a wet man's walking tour of England?
Steeped in Science, Submersed in Story
I read Harold Fry at a time when my book club was choosing a string of novels about dysfunctional marriages between sociopaths spiraling out of control (psychological thrillers just aren't my thing)... maybe it's the current trend, or maybe we got on a weird roll. But in any case, this book was a b...
The City Of Invention
The City Of Invention rated it 5 years ago
Despite inhabiting the same house in Devon for most of their adult lives, Harold and Maureen Fry live emotionally separate lives. When a letter arrives from Queenie, an old colleague of Harold’s, to say that she is dying of cancer, Harold pens a brief reply and sets off to the post box. But the inad...
tedweinstein rated it 5 years ago
Quon rec
Wandering through fiction
Wandering through fiction rated it 5 years ago
Beautiful story. I really enjoyed it - may well get 5 stars if I reread it.
Austen to Zafón
Austen to Zafón rated it 5 years ago
Sweet, encouraging story of an ordinary, non-athletic. painfully shy older man who decides to walk 500+ miles from his home in Cornwall to Berwick-onTweed, convinced that doing so can save an old friend from dying of cancer.The journey is transformative--for him, for the wife he leaves behind, and f...
knittingnut rated it 5 years ago
This is an incredible book. Full of feelings and emotions as the result of days gone by. The ending is expected and unexpected. The audible edition I listened to was narrated/read by Jim Broadbent and he is brilliant!!
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