Book Review: On The Primitive Way

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On The Primitive Way: Two Texan Brothers Journey to Santiago de Compostela
by Landon Roussel

On The Primitive Way, by Landon RousselAs a Camino enthusiast, I have read a few books about the historic pilgrimage, but this one was different. Not only does Dr. Roussel show what the less-traveled Camino Primitivo route is like, but he also tells a personal story of his brother who had a lifelong struggle with addiction. After his brother had been released from prison, the two of them walked the Camino together. The narrative shifts between two timelines—the present experience on the Camino, and memories of his brother, some of which were painful. Dr. Roussel is a skilled storyteller, so he manages to pull it off without the reader getting lost in the two worlds. The transitions were easy to follow and it succeeded in being a real page-turner!

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  1. Thanks for the reblog. Book Rebel is a great resource. Following!

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