The Unlikely Pilgrimage of Harold Fry: A Novel

by Imusti

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  • Amazon Best Books of the Month, July 2012: Harold Fry--retired sales rep, beleaguered husband, passive observer of his
    own life--decides one morning to walk 600 miles across England to save an old friend. It might not work, mind you, but
    that's hardly the point. In playwright Rachel Joyce's pitch-perfect first novel, Harold wins us over with his classic
    antiheroism. Setting off on the long journey, he wears the wrong jacket, doesn't have a toothbrush, and leaves his phone
    at home--in short, he is wholly, endearingly unprepared. But as he travels, Harold finally has time to reflect on his
    failings as a husband, father, and friend, and this helps him become someone we (and, more important, his wife Maureen)
    can respect. After walking for a while in Harold Fry's very human shoes, you might find that your own fit a bit better.
    --Mia Lipman


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