Not reviews. Imagine we are in a bookstore. I wander up to you, hand you one of these books, say ‘Have you read this one?’, then wander off. Whereupon you look at the cover, turn it over, look at the back cover, read the blurb, flip through the book, and decide for yourself if you are interested. It’s like that. Enjoy. [HYRT}
A Walk In The Woods, by Bill Bryson (Broadway 1998, Black Swan 2015). Penguin : WITW. Cover image from publisher’s website.
Step by Step: A Pedestrian Memoir, by Lawrence Block (Morrow 2009), includes the Camino de Santiago. Cover image from author’s website.
Walking memoirs are a huge field. Any recommendations?