I cannot believe this is a best seller. The journey was tedious. Harold was boring. Maureen is a nutter. Harold should have run away not walked.
The people Harold met along the way were tiring. There was not one person in the story that was interesting. If you have insomnia this is the book for you.
Narration was excellent!!
The Unlikely Pilgrimage of Harold Fry is a quiet book with a quiet message. It's perfect for a Summer read.
I found The Unlikely Pilgrimage of Harold Fry similar to A Man Called Ove.
I thought Harold Fry was the best character performed by Jim Broadbent.
The end really moved me, it was unexpected and though provoking.
this book is a creeper . it starts slow then blossoms into a beautiful story .... stay with it you won't be disappointed. The narrator makes you feel the personality of the main character .
I loved this book. It is a story of a journey to understanding ones self as well as our relationships with others. Harold is in a rut in his marriage and his life. He receives a letter from an old friend who is dying. He sets out on a journey to see her and writes and tells her to hang in there, he's coming. But he's walking and it takes him awhile. He meets many people who are kind to him and he has these incredible moments of self awareness. He reassesses his life, his marriage and all the broken memories that are standing in his way of happiness. I highly recommend this book and the audio version was especially pleasing.
A truly memorable, heartwarming story.
Captivating from beginning to end.
Beautifully written and perfectly narrated.
I will be looking for more books by this
Author and the narrator. Thank you!