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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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    An Accidental Walk

    The book alternates chapters between the two main characters. It’s a sweet, easy read.
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    Fun read!

    Enjoyed the different perspectives of the 2 main characters. The unlikely journey of these 2 is believable and unbelievable at the same time. Really fun read.
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    Complicated

    While it was very interesting learning about the Camino, I found the plot and characters unnecessarily complex. There were so many sub-plots and fellow travellers that I found myself getting confused as to who was who, and not really caring at times. The romantic tension between Zoe and Martin was sometimes annoying - just get together already! I loved Graeme Simsion's Rosy series.
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    A Great Read

    Having walked the Camino Frances myself, I enjoyed this book immensely. The authors captured the details of travelling light, daunting terrain, pensive solitude, and joyful camaraderie in such a way that I remembered my pilgrimage with fondness and gratitude. Whether you are curious about the walk or have done it yourself, this book and its characters will transport you there!
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