Reading on the train …. by Michael
Image: Daniel Salmieri
The commute was a daily coming together of some like minds. You got used to the same people sitting around you even if there existed little more than a nod of recognition between you.
My travelling companion was an avid reader, and on occasion, we compared the novels we were reading.
“Have you read Rachel Joyce?” I asked one morning.
She hadn’t and was immediately interested in hearing my thoughts on her writing.
She had written four novels I had read and thoroughly enjoyed. My enthusiasm must have been obvious as she took in my every word.
“I like the way she creates endearing characters and through them, she leads you along a path. All her books have a journey of some kind in them. “The Unlikely Pilgrimage of Harold Fry’ takes in the journey Harold Fry makes on foot from one end of England to the…
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