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Many books have been written about crossing northern Spain on the centuries-old Camino de Santiago, but this one by a Torontonian is funnier, cleverer and more informative than most. —Vancouver Sun(2007-09-22)
The title, subtitle and first line of Jane Christmas's memoir tell you almost everything you need to know about the book: who, what, where, when and why are laid out neatly, and the first sentence, 'Impulse is intuition on crack,' sets both the hook and the tone . . . It's a great first line and it suits the book, which is relentlessly smarter, funnier and holier than thou. —Globe & Mail(2007-10-06)
Forget Elizabeth George and her Oprah field memoir about a pilgrimage of rediscovery in middle age. This is the real deal . . . [Christmas's] style is equal parts Nora Ephron and Bill Bryson, balancing pithy observation with the history of the trail and her own experiences upon it . . . The warts and grottiness of Christmas's journey . . . are recognizable and relatable, much more so than a glossy religious experience or steamy love affair, and much more enjoyable for its accessibility. —Quill & Quire(2007-12-14)
A wickedly funny account of one woman's pilgrimage of self-discovery on the infamous Camino, the ancient road to Santiago de Compostela.See all Product Description
I did the Camino a few years ago and i felt her book perfectly and honestly described the weird and wonderful of the adventure on ALL LEVELS with just the right amount of... Read morePublished 2 months ago by mary everett
I do not think I will ever have to walk the Camino de Santiago because through Jane Christmas's book I have already done so. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Joann
I found this book to be quite a depressing and discouraging story about someone's experience on the camino. Thank goodness the book was relatively short.Published 5 months ago by Cindyw
One of the honest down to earth books I've read about the experience of trekking along the Camino. Well written with the right amount of humour and history. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Maryann Mccoy
Loved this book. Found it to be a real life experience. It was an opportunity to experience the walk, even though we were not there.Published 6 months ago by Irene Lefort
Read this while on a road trip every word resonated with me. Her journey along the Camino is chronicled without the sugar coating. It is beautifully real.Published 6 months ago by Steve Drahos
I liked the reality-based descriptions about just how hard it was and the feelings that the pilgrimage evoked. I also liked it because I know Hamilton and could envision it. Read morePublished 7 months ago by M Joan Vinall Cox
I enjoyed learning of the Camino but I did not enjoy the way the book was written or the way she depicted her fellow group members, not sure I would like her, too self absorbed.Published 8 months ago by Elaine Stubbens