This was an awesome book. James Broadbent brought the characters to life. I laughed and cried as they struggled and triumphed. Splendid!
Great writing, so funny and profound. The characters were endearing, and my heart ached towards the end. Brilliant performance by Jim Broadbent. Highly recommend.
I felt like I went on his walking pilgrimage with him. The pace was leisurely and Harold Fry's awakening was fun to follow.
No, I listened to it while driving. It was always great to pick it up where I left off.
A lovely story of hope, love, and life's heart aches. Like Harold, I almost gave up on this book, but I'm really glad I didn't. :)
idk, I haven't read the print version. But This was a very good book!
No I have not, however he did a wonderful portrayal of Harold Fry in my opinion!
It is abtly named.
This is a very, very moving tale, full of raw emotion. So expect a good cry!
Gripping revelation of how we self-inflict our own misery at times. Often light hearted and funny but also a true learning experience as Harold Fry and his wife reflect on life, all the while Harold travels by foot to Queenie.