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Blanket of Stars

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As someone who has hiked the Appalachian Trail, I always love hiking stories. It's a documentary of a pilgrimage. This journey is so necessary that it really can't be explained. It's nice to witness this process and learn about the trail.I adore stories like this one! Thanks to NetGalley for an arc in exchange for an honest review.
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I love hiking stories and have always have had a fascination for those who have walked the Camino de Santiago. Each story has such a unique feel to it and this one was not exception.  The author had a lot of issues that she wanted to come to terms with, and fear was a big factor in this. Having been in the army and having had a bad experience there, she had things that she just couldn't let go of. There was also the thought of having an empty nest and needing to save her marriage, some health issues and she was tired of sitting on her couch and doing nothing about it.
It was fun to see her changes, and to experience with her the challenges of the walk and the connections she had with the friends she made along her journey.
I think all of the Camino stories, let us feel a little bit of something we may have gone through at sometime in our lives.
A great read, and I look forward to more of her adventures.
I would like to thank NetGalley and Labrador & Lockhart Press for the ARC of this book.
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