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Barefoot Pilgrimage

Narrated by: Andrea Corr
Length: 4 hrs and 46 mins
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Andrea Corr’s Barefoot Pilgrimage is a compelling and honest memoir.

In part, an exercise in coming to terms with and making sense of life and mortality following the loss of a beloved father; in part, a reflection on an unlikely journey with her siblings through the music industry; in part, a meditation on family, on music and on creativity; and, in part, a shout-out for love and for hope.

This is a very personal - at times very funny, at times deeply moving - book from an iconic figure in popular music.

©2019 Andrea Corr (P)2019 HarperCollins Publishers Limited

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Awsome book

Love it! There are so much love, pain, and struggle buti in the end we much always choose life and live with it.

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Absolutely Stunning

Heartbreaking, Heartwarming and absolutely stunning performance from Andrea Corr.
Her story, in her own words. Poetic and raw. I will listen again and again. Congratulations on a triumphant memoir.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 10-18-19

Brilliantly narrated!

This was a a journey from a start to finish, animated brilliantly. A great story of an ordinary person who experienced an extraordinary life. Bravo. I will re read and re listen!

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  • Anonymous User
  • 10-20-19

Emotional, nostalgic and very very funny

Always been a Corrs fan and bring Irish this was a real trip down memory lane. Andrea is extremely witty (i was constantly have lol moments i was expecting) and it was also deeply moving and emotional at time..... she has a knack for really putting things into perspective and ultimately being grateful with how everything turned out. loved every second..... beautiful reading voice too, could definitely do more readings.

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  • Aaron Godwin
  • 10-17-19

A beautiful, emotional memoir

I'm far from a great writer, but I can't help but put my thoughts down on this memoir.

Let me start this by saying I was only mildly interested in this initially. I am a fan of The Corrs so I figured I'd give it a listen. I can now saw it's one of the most enjoyable experiences with a book I've ever had.

I learned today the sheer quality writer than Andrea Corr is. She expresses herself beautifully, I'm in constant amazement just how adept her words come off the page. Add to that the fact she reads this herself. Listening to Andrea read this is mesmerizing. So much expression, so much passion. Wholeheartedly recommended.

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