Decisions, decisions, decisions – life’s full of decisions – do Harold’s subsequent experiences once he decides to walk affirm his original decision? Do we look for affirmations when we’ve made a decision to get a confirmation that we did the right thing? Is there something inherently cautious in our psyches that troubles us and therefore makes us settle for inaction rather than action? Please help!!
Whilst I enjoyed the book I found that after a very good beginning it hurtled towards the end as if the writer had realised it would take forever to finish it at the pace she began. I rather suspected the denouement and must admit the story played unashamedly with my emotions. Another book in a similar vein but perhaps rather better written in my view is The Adventures of Goodnight and Loving by Leslie Thomas – well worth a read. Charlotte.
Enjoying it so far but I so wish he would get some walking boots. Charlotte