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Each looking to make a new start, Zoe and Martin set out independently to walk two thousand kilometres from Cluny in France to Santiago in Spain, in the footsteps of pilgrims who have walked the Camino—The Way—for centuries. The Camino changes you, it’s said. It’s a chance to find a new version of yourself. But will these two very different people find each other?
‘Simsion and Australian psychiatrist Buist have written an insightful study of loss, grief, and the possibility of romance after.’
‘A novel of mature love and self-discovery set against the scenic backdrop of the pilgrims’ walk.’
‘There’s so much to love about this novel, which is smart and funny and full of the awkwardness and adrenaline of adventure and new romance.’
‘A delightful tale of renewal and shedding unnecessary burdens…This is sure to be loved by fans of The Rosie Project and it’s enough to put the Camino at the top of your travel wishlist.’
‘Fans of The Rosie Project might recognise shades of Don Tillman…Compelling reading…[A] cast of entertaining and eccentric characters…The book’s momentum never flags…[An] entertaining and refreshingly unpredictable romance.’
‘Difficult to put down until the very end.’
‘Simsion and Buist are Camino veterans who add detail and authority to their novel.’
‘A beautifully crafted tale of love, self-acceptance and blisters.’
‘Charming and absorbing’
‘…an authentic and diverting read that will make you want to put on your walking boots and book a one-way ticket to southern France.’