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    I thoroughly recommend this book

    I started this book with a little trepidation because I was not sure that a book about mourning was appropriate literature a few days after my father’s funeral. In the event it was the perfect book for the occasion as Sarah Meyrick treated the subject of loss with compassion and understanding. In an easy to read 219 pages Sarah Meyrick takes us through the lives of Anna’s loved ones as they spend nine days walking from Guildford to Canterbury in her memory. The chapters are seen through the perspective of various walkers and during the journey the author gradually drip feeds us with snippets of their lives and their relationships with both Anna and with one another. It is all done in a gentle manner, living up to the cover picture which depicts the many aspects of the Greene family life. The characters are very believable; indeed they could represent most family groups. I loved the way that they all learnt to understand and support each other with their various emotional and physical issues. Yes, they pick up a few bruises along the way but they all end the book stronger people than when they started. It would be impossible to write a book about recreating a Christian pilgrimage without commenting on religion and Sarah Meyrick covers this with sensitivity. She shows how faith can help at difficult times but she also demonstrates how silence and contemplation can benefit those without a belief. I thoroughly recommend this book and I can give it nothing short of five stars.

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