Sunday, 4 March 2012
Harold Fry has been receiving a lot of advance notice and some very strong reviews are beginning to emerge. The book was also chosen as one of the Waterstone's 11 for 2012. Goldsboro Books have an exclusive signed slipcased edition, which I think is 500 copies, and this is probably the one to pick up if you do not mind a little more than the standard edition.
“When Harold Fry sets out one morning to post a letter to his dying friend Queenie he finds himself at the start of a journey that will have many beginnings, and for which he's entirely unprepared. This is a story about a huge leap of faith. It's about raw secrets tucked away behind net curtains and those moments of impulse and chance encounters that will transform us. It's about bravery and betrayal, love, loyalty and an unremarkable pair of yachting shoes. Above all, it is a book which will make your heart sing; a book about the power in how we touch each other's lives.“
Posted by Trapnel at 11:23