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In Progress With THE UNLIKELY PILGRIMAGE OF HAROLD FRY

Progress: page 51/321 (15%)

Why did I start reading it?

I found this book on StoryGraph and added it to a prompt for my onboarding challenge there. I would totally read it otherwise anyway though, because it sounds hella cute (and so far it is, even though I’m really early in). I seem to really enjoy stories of 65+ year olds going on some kind of unexpected journey. I learned this with Jonas Jonasson as well. And hey — if you know of more, please let me know! 🥰

Words I’ve Learned:

Lines that linger

Harold felt he had never come across such simple certainty, and in such a young person; she made it sound obvious.

It surprised Harold how fast and angry cars seemed when you were not in one.

Life was very different when you walked through it.

Author:

Reader, traveler, photographer, and always looking to learn!

2 thoughts on “In Progress With THE UNLIKELY PILGRIMAGE OF HAROLD FRY

  1. I remember reading this years ago and really enjoying it, but I forgot a lot about it now and actually recently gave away the copy I found on my shelf (because I don’t think I was gonna reread it lol)! I love those lines you shared though. Hope you continue enjoying it 🙂

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    1. Thanks! Giving away books is such awin win. You make someone else happy, and also then have room for a new book 😎 I love the balance it gives to all characters. Even though they’re all a little unlikable at first, then you see more into them and they become human

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