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    A thoroughly enjoyable read!

    Two Steps Forward was a thoroughly enjoyable read, as every Graeme Simsion book has been for me. The way he and his wife, Anne Buist, wrote it - with a chapter from the female's perspective, followed by a chapter from the male's perspective and alternating that way throughout the entire book - was so cleverly done. It really kept me entertained and provided lots of laughs! A terrific and memorable book, not to mention that I learned so much along the way!
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    Great read

    Really easy read with a story everyone can relate to on some level.
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    Two Steps Forward

    A Great book, the characters are engaging and the information in the pilgrimage is inspiring. A thoughtful book about contemporary life and challenges we face. It is funny and relevant and keeps your interest right to the end.
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    Interesting read

    This was a fun and interesting story although a little slow going. While various events and incidents provided lively exchanges and experiences, there were far more less exciting and repetitive subplots of minor characters. They did add little to the main plot and character development and at times slowed the book down. Nonetheless a fun way to vicariously participate in walking the Camino.
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    Inspiring

    Though this was a fictional novel i foumd the story to be inpirimg to the camino pilgrimage I plan to make later this year. The characters came to life in all their 'human-ness' amd i foumd myself laugbing, crying and anxious to read what would happen next.
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