Overview: Rachel Joyce embarks us on an emotional journey when she introduces us to the likeable, yet fallible character Harold Fry. His spontaneous pilgrimage to find Queenie, his dying friend, becomes more of a journey to find himself, and to make sense of his relationship with his wife, and son. You’ll laugh, you’ll cry, you’ll find yourself relating to Harold’s humanistic qualities. Joyce has an uncanny ability to make us see ourselves through Harold, and don’t be surprised if you find yourself doing your own soul searching when reading this book. Highly recommended read if you are yearning for a great fiction book!