There are some books you read that make you reflect on your own life and this book falls into this category. Harold starts his pilgrimage very early in the story in order to save his friend from cancer. Along the way he meets a variety of people and we get to find out more about Harold and his past. In walking and talking to his new friends, Harold reflects on his past and the mistakes he made earlier in his life.
A feel good story that makes you realise that it is no good hanging onto past mistakes – life is for living. I enjoyed this story and the well described and believable characters. I would recommend this book to my friends without hesitation.