the author spends way too much time trying to be too funny all the time---after a while it gets old--story was ok and he is a great writer, with a great vocabulary but like I said,... Read morePublished 3 days ago by R. Moench
Interesting twist on the Camino trail narrative in that the author decides to make about 500 kilometers with a donkey. Read morePublished 8 days ago by C. D. Rhody
This book didn't "grab" me. Still plugging along, hoping it gets better........
Sometimes I laughed so hard while reading this that my family became concerned.
His book about the Tour de France is also worth reading.
So cleverly written! Tim Moore is adept at putting humor into situations where most humans would be hard-put to find it. He makes a long, hard journey interesting at every turn. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Paula Reese
I tried hard to like the book. As a matter of fact, I read the whole thing hoping it would get better. Part of the reason I didn't like it was it was very British. Read morePublished 7 months ago by LH
I have not yet finished it yet, but I am really entertained. A pilgrimage on the camino is on my bucket list, albeit an item which will probably not be experienced. A good read.Published 8 months ago by Jean R.
Tim Moore writes a lively story of his decision to make a modern-day pilgrimage along the 500 mile road to Santiago, Spain and join the brotherhood of pilgrims dating back to the... Read morePublished 9 months ago by PT58