I came to love the characters, and Dillard's exacting descriptions.
She made me feel I could see and touch the Pacific Northwest, it was real and true.
No, but she did a fine job on this.
It started slowly for me but I kept on--I was confused by so many characters. So glad I kept with it!
The coyingly sweet delivery of the reader was more than I could bear.
People who like writers like James Patterson might like this.
Hate that I spent money on it.
It was so slow I couldn't wait to turn it off.
Shallow and light.
I wouldn't have started in the first place.
Boomers can certainly identify with Harold Fry.
The moment he decided to keep walking.
No, but nicely done.
I liked it a lot.
Definitely worth reading. Above average.
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