The Crossway

The Crossway

A BBC Radio 4 'Book of the Week' in 2018. In 2013 Guy Stagg made a pilgrimage from Canterbury to Jerusalem. Though a non-believer, he began the journey after suffering several years of mental illness, hoping the ritual would heal him. For ten months he hiked alone on ancient paths, crossing ten countries and more than 5,500 kilometres. The Crossway is an account of this ext A BBC Radio 4 'Book of the Week' in 2018. In 2013 Guy Stagg made a pilgrimage from Canterbury to Jerusalem. Though...

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Title:The Crossway
Author:Guy Stagg
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Genres:Travel
ISBN:1509844570
Edition Language:English
Format Type:Hardcover
Number of Pages:416 pages pages

The Crossway Reviews

  • Jason
    May 28, 2018

    From BBC radio 4 - Book of the week: An epic journey, but also an intimate one. After several years of mental illness, Guy Stagg set off one morning, from London, to walk to Canterbury. Ill-prepared and not entirely clear why he was doing this, he nevertheless got there. Exhausted, he...

    This was recommended to me, and I'm glad it was because there was a lot to like in this account of Stagg?s (agnostic) pilgrimage from Canterbury to Jerusalem. The way he related his journey to dealing with the aftermath of crisis and depression reminded me slightly of Richard Mabey?...

    3.5* ...

    An amazing account of an amazing journey. Reflective, honest, thought provoking. ...

    Thought provoking and reflective .. Guy Stagg opened up his heart and soul to share his journey - a beautiful meditation on pilgrimage ...

    I always enjoy hearing about activities and events that I believe (or hope) I will never take part in myself. This pleasant account of a pilgrimage fulfilled this want. ...

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  • Krysia
    Jun 11, 2018

    From BBC radio 4 - Book of the week: An epic journey, but also an intimate one. After several years of mental illness, Guy Stagg set off one morning, from London, to walk to Canterbury. Ill-prepared and not entirely clear why he was doing this, he nevertheless got there. Exhausted, he...

    This was recommended to me, and I'm glad it was because there was a lot to like in this account of Stagg?s (agnostic) pilgrimage from Canterbury to Jerusalem. The way he related his journey to dealing with the aftermath of crisis and depression reminded me slightly of Richard Mabey?...

    3.5* ...

    An amazing account of an amazing journey. Reflective, honest, thought provoking. ...

    Thought provoking and reflective .. Guy Stagg opened up his heart and soul to share his journey - a beautiful meditation on pilgrimage ...

    I always enjoy hearing about activities and events that I believe (or hope) I will never take part in myself. This pleasant account of a pilgrimage fulfilled this want. ...

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  • Laura
    Jun 15, 2018

    From BBC radio 4 - Book of the week: An epic journey, but also an intimate one. After several years of mental illness, Guy Stagg set off one morning, from London, to walk to Canterbury. Ill-prepared and not entirely clear why he was doing this, he nevertheless got there. Exhausted, he...

  • Marilyn Rochat
    Jun 13, 2018

    From BBC radio 4 - Book of the week: An epic journey, but also an intimate one. After several years of mental illness, Guy Stagg set off one morning, from London, to walk to Canterbury. Ill-prepared and not entirely clear why he was doing this, he nevertheless got there. Exhausted, he...

    This was recommended to me, and I'm glad it was because there was a lot to like in this account of Stagg?s (agnostic) pilgrimage from Canterbury to Jerusalem. The way he related his journey to dealing with the aftermath of crisis and depression reminded me slightly of Richard Mabey?...

    3.5* ...

    An amazing account of an amazing journey. Reflective, honest, thought provoking. ...

    Thought provoking and reflective .. Guy Stagg opened up his heart and soul to share his journey - a beautiful meditation on pilgrimage ...

    I always enjoy hearing about activities and events that I believe (or hope) I will never take part in myself. This pleasant account of a pilgrimage fulfilled this want. ...

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  • Purple
    Aug 11, 2018

    From BBC radio 4 - Book of the week: An epic journey, but also an intimate one. After several years of mental illness, Guy Stagg set off one morning, from London, to walk to Canterbury. Ill-prepared and not entirely clear why he was doing this, he nevertheless got there. Exhausted, he...

    This was recommended to me, and I'm glad it was because there was a lot to like in this account of Stagg?s (agnostic) pilgrimage from Canterbury to Jerusalem. The way he related his journey to dealing with the aftermath of crisis and depression reminded me slightly of Richard Mabey?...

    3.5* ...

    An amazing account of an amazing journey. Reflective, honest, thought provoking. ...

  • Chris
    Jul 18, 2018

    From BBC radio 4 - Book of the week: An epic journey, but also an intimate one. After several years of mental illness, Guy Stagg set off one morning, from London, to walk to Canterbury. Ill-prepared and not entirely clear why he was doing this, he nevertheless got there. Exhausted, he...

    This was recommended to me, and I'm glad it was because there was a lot to like in this account of Stagg?s (agnostic) pilgrimage from Canterbury to Jerusalem. The way he related his journey to dealing with the aftermath of crisis and depression reminded me slightly of Richard Mabey?...

    3.5* ...

    An amazing account of an amazing journey. Reflective, honest, thought provoking. ...

    Thought provoking and reflective .. Guy Stagg opened up his heart and soul to share his journey - a beautiful meditation on pilgrimage ...

    I always enjoy hearing about activities and events that I believe (or hope) I will never take part in myself. This pleasant account of a pilgrimage fulfilled this want. ...

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  • Liz
    Jun 18, 2018

    From BBC radio 4 - Book of the week: An epic journey, but also an intimate one. After several years of mental illness, Guy Stagg set off one morning, from London, to walk to Canterbury. Ill-prepared and not entirely clear why he was doing this, he nevertheless got there. Exhausted, he...

    This was recommended to me, and I'm glad it was because there was a lot to like in this account of Stagg?s (agnostic) pilgrimage from Canterbury to Jerusalem. The way he related his journey to dealing with the aftermath of crisis and depression reminded me slightly of Richard Mabey?...

    3.5* ...

    An amazing account of an amazing journey. Reflective, honest, thought provoking. ...

    Thought provoking and reflective .. Guy Stagg opened up his heart and soul to share his journey - a beautiful meditation on pilgrimage ...

    I always enjoy hearing about activities and events that I believe (or hope) I will never take part in myself. This pleasant account of a pilgrimage fulfilled this want. ...

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  • Dora
    May 04, 2018

    From BBC radio 4 - Book of the week: An epic journey, but also an intimate one. After several years of mental illness, Guy Stagg set off one morning, from London, to walk to Canterbury. Ill-prepared and not entirely clear why he was doing this, he nevertheless got there. Exhausted, he...

    This was recommended to me, and I'm glad it was because there was a lot to like in this account of Stagg?s (agnostic) pilgrimage from Canterbury to Jerusalem. The way he related his journey to dealing with the aftermath of crisis and depression reminded me slightly of Richard Mabey?...

    3.5* ...

    An amazing account of an amazing journey. Reflective, honest, thought provoking. ...

    Thought provoking and reflective .. Guy Stagg opened up his heart and soul to share his journey - a beautiful meditation on pilgrimage ...

    I always enjoy hearing about activities and events that I believe (or hope) I will never take part in myself. This pleasant account of a pilgrimage fulfilled this want. ...

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  • Juley
    May 18, 2018

    From BBC radio 4 - Book of the week: An epic journey, but also an intimate one. After several years of mental illness, Guy Stagg set off one morning, from London, to walk to Canterbury. Ill-prepared and not entirely clear why he was doing this, he nevertheless got there. Exhausted, he...

    This was recommended to me, and I'm glad it was because there was a lot to like in this account of Stagg?s (agnostic) pilgrimage from Canterbury to Jerusalem. The way he related his journey to dealing with the aftermath of crisis and depression reminded me slightly of Richard Mabey?...

    3.5* ...

    An amazing account of an amazing journey. Reflective, honest, thought provoking. ...

    Thought provoking and reflective .. Guy Stagg opened up his heart and soul to share his journey - a beautiful meditation on pilgrimage ...

    I always enjoy hearing about activities and events that I believe (or hope) I will never take part in myself. This pleasant account of a pilgrimage fulfilled this want. ...

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  • Jojo
    Jul 08, 2018

    From BBC radio 4 - Book of the week: An epic journey, but also an intimate one. After several years of mental illness, Guy Stagg set off one morning, from London, to walk to Canterbury. Ill-prepared and not entirely clear why he was doing this, he nevertheless got there. Exhausted, he...

    This was recommended to me, and I'm glad it was because there was a lot to like in this account of Stagg?s (agnostic) pilgrimage from Canterbury to Jerusalem. The way he related his journey to dealing with the aftermath of crisis and depression reminded me slightly of Richard Mabey?...

    3.5* ...

    An amazing account of an amazing journey. Reflective, honest, thought provoking. ...

    Thought provoking and reflective .. Guy Stagg opened up his heart and soul to share his journey - a beautiful meditation on pilgrimage ...

    I always enjoy hearing about activities and events that I believe (or hope) I will never take part in myself. This pleasant account of a pilgrimage fulfilled this want. ...

  • Ingrid
    Jun 21, 2018

    From BBC radio 4 - Book of the week: An epic journey, but also an intimate one. After several years of mental illness, Guy Stagg set off one morning, from London, to walk to Canterbury. Ill-prepared and not entirely clear why he was doing this, he nevertheless got there. Exhausted, he...

    This was recommended to me, and I'm glad it was because there was a lot to like in this account of Stagg?s (agnostic) pilgrimage from Canterbury to Jerusalem. The way he related his journey to dealing with the aftermath of crisis and depression reminded me slightly of Richard Mabey?...

    3.5* ...

    An amazing account of an amazing journey. Reflective, honest, thought provoking. ...

    Thought provoking and reflective .. Guy Stagg opened up his heart and soul to share his journey - a beautiful meditation on pilgrimage ...

    I always enjoy hearing about activities and events that I believe (or hope) I will never take part in myself. This pleasant account of a pilgrimage fulfilled this want. ...

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  • T
    Jul 06, 2018

    From BBC radio 4 - Book of the week: An epic journey, but also an intimate one. After several years of mental illness, Guy Stagg set off one morning, from London, to walk to Canterbury. Ill-prepared and not entirely clear why he was doing this, he nevertheless got there. Exhausted, he...

    This was recommended to me, and I'm glad it was because there was a lot to like in this account of Stagg?s (agnostic) pilgrimage from Canterbury to Jerusalem. The way he related his journey to dealing with the aftermath of crisis and depression reminded me slightly of Richard Mabey?...

    3.5* ...

    An amazing account of an amazing journey. Reflective, honest, thought provoking. ...

    Thought provoking and reflective .. Guy Stagg opened up his heart and soul to share his journey - a beautiful meditation on pilgrimage ...

    I always enjoy hearing about activities and events that I believe (or hope) I will never take part in myself. This pleasant account of a pilgrimage fulfilled this want. ...

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  • Alice
    Jun 17, 2018

    From BBC radio 4 - Book of the week: An epic journey, but also an intimate one. After several years of mental illness, Guy Stagg set off one morning, from London, to walk to Canterbury. Ill-prepared and not entirely clear why he was doing this, he nevertheless got there. Exhausted, he...

    This was recommended to me, and I'm glad it was because there was a lot to like in this account of Stagg?s (agnostic) pilgrimage from Canterbury to Jerusalem. The way he related his journey to dealing with the aftermath of crisis and depression reminded me slightly of Richard Mabey?...

    3.5* ...

    An amazing account of an amazing journey. Reflective, honest, thought provoking. ...

    Thought provoking and reflective .. Guy Stagg opened up his heart and soul to share his journey - a beautiful meditation on pilgrimage ...

    I always enjoy hearing about activities and events that I believe (or hope) I will never take part in myself. This pleasant account of a pilgrimage fulfilled this want. ...

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  • Ivor
    May 29, 2018

    From BBC radio 4 - Book of the week: An epic journey, but also an intimate one. After several years of mental illness, Guy Stagg set off one morning, from London, to walk to Canterbury. Ill-prepared and not entirely clear why he was doing this, he nevertheless got there. Exhausted, he...

    This was recommended to me, and I'm glad it was because there was a lot to like in this account of Stagg?s (agnostic) pilgrimage from Canterbury to Jerusalem. The way he related his journey to dealing with the aftermath of crisis and depression reminded me slightly of Richard Mabey?...

    3.5* ...

    An amazing account of an amazing journey. Reflective, honest, thought provoking. ...

    Thought provoking and reflective .. Guy Stagg opened up his heart and soul to share his journey - a beautiful meditation on pilgrimage ...

    I always enjoy hearing about activities and events that I believe (or hope) I will never take part in myself. This pleasant account of a pilgrimage fulfilled this want. ...

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  • Gerard Murphy
    Aug 07, 2018

    From BBC radio 4 - Book of the week: An epic journey, but also an intimate one. After several years of mental illness, Guy Stagg set off one morning, from London, to walk to Canterbury. Ill-prepared and not entirely clear why he was doing this, he nevertheless got there. Exhausted, he...

    This was recommended to me, and I'm glad it was because there was a lot to like in this account of Stagg?s (agnostic) pilgrimage from Canterbury to Jerusalem. The way he related his journey to dealing with the aftermath of crisis and depression reminded me slightly of Richard Mabey?...

    3.5* ...

    An amazing account of an amazing journey. Reflective, honest, thought provoking. ...

    Thought provoking and reflective .. Guy Stagg opened up his heart and soul to share his journey - a beautiful meditation on pilgrimage ...

    I always enjoy hearing about activities and events that I believe (or hope) I will never take part in myself. This pleasant account of a pilgrimage fulfilled this want. ...

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  • Joanna
    Jun 20, 2018

    From BBC radio 4 - Book of the week: An epic journey, but also an intimate one. After several years of mental illness, Guy Stagg set off one morning, from London, to walk to Canterbury. Ill-prepared and not entirely clear why he was doing this, he nevertheless got there. Exhausted, he...

    This was recommended to me, and I'm glad it was because there was a lot to like in this account of Stagg?s (agnostic) pilgrimage from Canterbury to Jerusalem. The way he related his journey to dealing with the aftermath of crisis and depression reminded me slightly of Richard Mabey?...

    3.5* ...

    An amazing account of an amazing journey. Reflective, honest, thought provoking. ...

    Thought provoking and reflective .. Guy Stagg opened up his heart and soul to share his journey - a beautiful meditation on pilgrimage ...

    I always enjoy hearing about activities and events that I believe (or hope) I will never take part in myself. This pleasant account of a pilgrimage fulfilled this want. ...

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  • Steve Streeter
    Jul 12, 2018

    From BBC radio 4 - Book of the week: An epic journey, but also an intimate one. After several years of mental illness, Guy Stagg set off one morning, from London, to walk to Canterbury. Ill-prepared and not entirely clear why he was doing this, he nevertheless got there. Exhausted, he...

    This was recommended to me, and I'm glad it was because there was a lot to like in this account of Stagg?s (agnostic) pilgrimage from Canterbury to Jerusalem. The way he related his journey to dealing with the aftermath of crisis and depression reminded me slightly of Richard Mabey?...

    3.5* ...

    An amazing account of an amazing journey. Reflective, honest, thought provoking. ...

    Thought provoking and reflective .. Guy Stagg opened up his heart and soul to share his journey - a beautiful meditation on pilgrimage ...

  • Kimberley
    Jun 24, 2018

    From BBC radio 4 - Book of the week: An epic journey, but also an intimate one. After several years of mental illness, Guy Stagg set off one morning, from London, to walk to Canterbury. Ill-prepared and not entirely clear why he was doing this, he nevertheless got there. Exhausted, he...

    This was recommended to me, and I'm glad it was because there was a lot to like in this account of Stagg?s (agnostic) pilgrimage from Canterbury to Jerusalem. The way he related his journey to dealing with the aftermath of crisis and depression reminded me slightly of Richard Mabey?...

    3.5* ...

    An amazing account of an amazing journey. Reflective, honest, thought provoking. ...

    Thought provoking and reflective .. Guy Stagg opened up his heart and soul to share his journey - a beautiful meditation on pilgrimage ...

    I always enjoy hearing about activities and events that I believe (or hope) I will never take part in myself. This pleasant account of a pilgrimage fulfilled this want. ...

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  • Lee
    May 23, 2018

    From BBC radio 4 - Book of the week: An epic journey, but also an intimate one. After several years of mental illness, Guy Stagg set off one morning, from London, to walk to Canterbury. Ill-prepared and not entirely clear why he was doing this, he nevertheless got there. Exhausted, he...

    This was recommended to me, and I'm glad it was because there was a lot to like in this account of Stagg?s (agnostic) pilgrimage from Canterbury to Jerusalem. The way he related his journey to dealing with the aftermath of crisis and depression reminded me slightly of Richard Mabey?...

    3.5* ...

    An amazing account of an amazing journey. Reflective, honest, thought provoking. ...

    Thought provoking and reflective .. Guy Stagg opened up his heart and soul to share his journey - a beautiful meditation on pilgrimage ...

    I always enjoy hearing about activities and events that I believe (or hope) I will never take part in myself. This pleasant account of a pilgrimage fulfilled this want. ...

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  • Gail Kennon
    May 26, 2018

    From BBC radio 4 - Book of the week: An epic journey, but also an intimate one. After several years of mental illness, Guy Stagg set off one morning, from London, to walk to Canterbury. Ill-prepared and not entirely clear why he was doing this, he nevertheless got there. Exhausted, he...

    This was recommended to me, and I'm glad it was because there was a lot to like in this account of Stagg?s (agnostic) pilgrimage from Canterbury to Jerusalem. The way he related his journey to dealing with the aftermath of crisis and depression reminded me slightly of Richard Mabey?...

    3.5* ...

    An amazing account of an amazing journey. Reflective, honest, thought provoking. ...

    Thought provoking and reflective .. Guy Stagg opened up his heart and soul to share his journey - a beautiful meditation on pilgrimage ...

    I always enjoy hearing about activities and events that I believe (or hope) I will never take part in myself. This pleasant account of a pilgrimage fulfilled this want. ...

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  • Helen
    Jun 11, 2018

    From BBC radio 4 - Book of the week: An epic journey, but also an intimate one. After several years of mental illness, Guy Stagg set off one morning, from London, to walk to Canterbury. Ill-prepared and not entirely clear why he was doing this, he nevertheless got there. Exhausted, he...

    This was recommended to me, and I'm glad it was because there was a lot to like in this account of Stagg?s (agnostic) pilgrimage from Canterbury to Jerusalem. The way he related his journey to dealing with the aftermath of crisis and depression reminded me slightly of Richard Mabey?...

    3.5* ...

    An amazing account of an amazing journey. Reflective, honest, thought provoking. ...

    Thought provoking and reflective .. Guy Stagg opened up his heart and soul to share his journey - a beautiful meditation on pilgrimage ...

    I always enjoy hearing about activities and events that I believe (or hope) I will never take part in myself. This pleasant account of a pilgrimage fulfilled this want. ...

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  • Peter North
    Aug 09, 2018

    From BBC radio 4 - Book of the week: An epic journey, but also an intimate one. After several years of mental illness, Guy Stagg set off one morning, from London, to walk to Canterbury. Ill-prepared and not entirely clear why he was doing this, he nevertheless got there. Exhausted, he...

    This was recommended to me, and I'm glad it was because there was a lot to like in this account of Stagg?s (agnostic) pilgrimage from Canterbury to Jerusalem. The way he related his journey to dealing with the aftermath of crisis and depression reminded me slightly of Richard Mabey?...

    3.5* ...

    An amazing account of an amazing journey. Reflective, honest, thought provoking. ...

    Thought provoking and reflective .. Guy Stagg opened up his heart and soul to share his journey - a beautiful meditation on pilgrimage ...

    I always enjoy hearing about activities and events that I believe (or hope) I will never take part in myself. This pleasant account of a pilgrimage fulfilled this want. ...

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  • Mike
    Jun 11, 2018

    From BBC radio 4 - Book of the week: An epic journey, but also an intimate one. After several years of mental illness, Guy Stagg set off one morning, from London, to walk to Canterbury. Ill-prepared and not entirely clear why he was doing this, he nevertheless got there. Exhausted, he...

    This was recommended to me, and I'm glad it was because there was a lot to like in this account of Stagg?s (agnostic) pilgrimage from Canterbury to Jerusalem. The way he related his journey to dealing with the aftermath of crisis and depression reminded me slightly of Richard Mabey?...

    3.5* ...

    An amazing account of an amazing journey. Reflective, honest, thought provoking. ...

    Thought provoking and reflective .. Guy Stagg opened up his heart and soul to share his journey - a beautiful meditation on pilgrimage ...

    I always enjoy hearing about activities and events that I believe (or hope) I will never take part in myself. This pleasant account of a pilgrimage fulfilled this want. ...

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  • Cierra Block
    May 09, 2018

    From BBC radio 4 - Book of the week: An epic journey, but also an intimate one. After several years of mental illness, Guy Stagg set off one morning, from London, to walk to Canterbury. Ill-prepared and not entirely clear why he was doing this, he nevertheless got there. Exhausted, he...

    This was recommended to me, and I'm glad it was because there was a lot to like in this account of Stagg?s (agnostic) pilgrimage from Canterbury to Jerusalem. The way he related his journey to dealing with the aftermath of crisis and depression reminded me slightly of Richard Mabey?...

    3.5* ...

    An amazing account of an amazing journey. Reflective, honest, thought provoking. ...

    Thought provoking and reflective .. Guy Stagg opened up his heart and soul to share his journey - a beautiful meditation on pilgrimage ...

    I always enjoy hearing about activities and events that I believe (or hope) I will never take part in myself. This pleasant account of a pilgrimage fulfilled this want. ...

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  • Tweakiepop
    Jun 27, 2018

    From BBC radio 4 - Book of the week: An epic journey, but also an intimate one. After several years of mental illness, Guy Stagg set off one morning, from London, to walk to Canterbury. Ill-prepared and not entirely clear why he was doing this, he nevertheless got there. Exhausted, he...

    This was recommended to me, and I'm glad it was because there was a lot to like in this account of Stagg?s (agnostic) pilgrimage from Canterbury to Jerusalem. The way he related his journey to dealing with the aftermath of crisis and depression reminded me slightly of Richard Mabey?...

    3.5* ...

  • Malcolm Brown
    Jun 11, 2018

    From BBC radio 4 - Book of the week: An epic journey, but also an intimate one. After several years of mental illness, Guy Stagg set off one morning, from London, to walk to Canterbury. Ill-prepared and not entirely clear why he was doing this, he nevertheless got there. Exhausted, he...

    This was recommended to me, and I'm glad it was because there was a lot to like in this account of Stagg?s (agnostic) pilgrimage from Canterbury to Jerusalem. The way he related his journey to dealing with the aftermath of crisis and depression reminded me slightly of Richard Mabey?...

    3.5* ...

    An amazing account of an amazing journey. Reflective, honest, thought provoking. ...

    Thought provoking and reflective .. Guy Stagg opened up his heart and soul to share his journey - a beautiful meditation on pilgrimage ...

    I always enjoy hearing about activities and events that I believe (or hope) I will never take part in myself. This pleasant account of a pilgrimage fulfilled this want. ...

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  • Doug Beagrie
    Aug 09, 2018

    From BBC radio 4 - Book of the week: An epic journey, but also an intimate one. After several years of mental illness, Guy Stagg set off one morning, from London, to walk to Canterbury. Ill-prepared and not entirely clear why he was doing this, he nevertheless got there. Exhausted, he...

    This was recommended to me, and I'm glad it was because there was a lot to like in this account of Stagg?s (agnostic) pilgrimage from Canterbury to Jerusalem. The way he related his journey to dealing with the aftermath of crisis and depression reminded me slightly of Richard Mabey?...

    3.5* ...

    An amazing account of an amazing journey. Reflective, honest, thought provoking. ...

    Thought provoking and reflective .. Guy Stagg opened up his heart and soul to share his journey - a beautiful meditation on pilgrimage ...

    I always enjoy hearing about activities and events that I believe (or hope) I will never take part in myself. This pleasant account of a pilgrimage fulfilled this want. ...

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  • Mark
    Jul 19, 2018

    From BBC radio 4 - Book of the week: An epic journey, but also an intimate one. After several years of mental illness, Guy Stagg set off one morning, from London, to walk to Canterbury. Ill-prepared and not entirely clear why he was doing this, he nevertheless got there. Exhausted, he...

    This was recommended to me, and I'm glad it was because there was a lot to like in this account of Stagg?s (agnostic) pilgrimage from Canterbury to Jerusalem. The way he related his journey to dealing with the aftermath of crisis and depression reminded me slightly of Richard Mabey?...

    3.5* ...

    An amazing account of an amazing journey. Reflective, honest, thought provoking. ...

    Thought provoking and reflective .. Guy Stagg opened up his heart and soul to share his journey - a beautiful meditation on pilgrimage ...

    I always enjoy hearing about activities and events that I believe (or hope) I will never take part in myself. This pleasant account of a pilgrimage fulfilled this want. ...

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  • Matt
    Aug 09, 2018

    From BBC radio 4 - Book of the week: An epic journey, but also an intimate one. After several years of mental illness, Guy Stagg set off one morning, from London, to walk to Canterbury. Ill-prepared and not entirely clear why he was doing this, he nevertheless got there. Exhausted, he...

    This was recommended to me, and I'm glad it was because there was a lot to like in this account of Stagg?s (agnostic) pilgrimage from Canterbury to Jerusalem. The way he related his journey to dealing with the aftermath of crisis and depression reminded me slightly of Richard Mabey?...

    3.5* ...

    An amazing account of an amazing journey. Reflective, honest, thought provoking. ...

    Thought provoking and reflective .. Guy Stagg opened up his heart and soul to share his journey - a beautiful meditation on pilgrimage ...

    I always enjoy hearing about activities and events that I believe (or hope) I will never take part in myself. This pleasant account of a pilgrimage fulfilled this want. ...

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  • Libby Thompson
    Jul 12, 2018

    From BBC radio 4 - Book of the week: An epic journey, but also an intimate one. After several years of mental illness, Guy Stagg set off one morning, from London, to walk to Canterbury. Ill-prepared and not entirely clear why he was doing this, he nevertheless got there. Exhausted, he...

    This was recommended to me, and I'm glad it was because there was a lot to like in this account of Stagg?s (agnostic) pilgrimage from Canterbury to Jerusalem. The way he related his journey to dealing with the aftermath of crisis and depression reminded me slightly of Richard Mabey?...

    3.5* ...

    An amazing account of an amazing journey. Reflective, honest, thought provoking. ...

    Thought provoking and reflective .. Guy Stagg opened up his heart and soul to share his journey - a beautiful meditation on pilgrimage ...

    I always enjoy hearing about activities and events that I believe (or hope) I will never take part in myself. This pleasant account of a pilgrimage fulfilled this want. ...

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  • Lizzy Martin
    Jun 11, 2018

    From BBC radio 4 - Book of the week: An epic journey, but also an intimate one. After several years of mental illness, Guy Stagg set off one morning, from London, to walk to Canterbury. Ill-prepared and not entirely clear why he was doing this, he nevertheless got there. Exhausted, he...

    This was recommended to me, and I'm glad it was because there was a lot to like in this account of Stagg?s (agnostic) pilgrimage from Canterbury to Jerusalem. The way he related his journey to dealing with the aftermath of crisis and depression reminded me slightly of Richard Mabey?...

    3.5* ...

    An amazing account of an amazing journey. Reflective, honest, thought provoking. ...

    Thought provoking and reflective .. Guy Stagg opened up his heart and soul to share his journey - a beautiful meditation on pilgrimage ...

    I always enjoy hearing about activities and events that I believe (or hope) I will never take part in myself. This pleasant account of a pilgrimage fulfilled this want. ...

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  • Charlie Smith
    Jul 20, 2018

    From BBC radio 4 - Book of the week: An epic journey, but also an intimate one. After several years of mental illness, Guy Stagg set off one morning, from London, to walk to Canterbury. Ill-prepared and not entirely clear why he was doing this, he nevertheless got there. Exhausted, he...

    This was recommended to me, and I'm glad it was because there was a lot to like in this account of Stagg?s (agnostic) pilgrimage from Canterbury to Jerusalem. The way he related his journey to dealing with the aftermath of crisis and depression reminded me slightly of Richard Mabey?...

    3.5* ...

    An amazing account of an amazing journey. Reflective, honest, thought provoking. ...

    Thought provoking and reflective .. Guy Stagg opened up his heart and soul to share his journey - a beautiful meditation on pilgrimage ...

    I always enjoy hearing about activities and events that I believe (or hope) I will never take part in myself. This pleasant account of a pilgrimage fulfilled this want. ...

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  • Alexander Amatosi
    Jul 03, 2018

    From BBC radio 4 - Book of the week: An epic journey, but also an intimate one. After several years of mental illness, Guy Stagg set off one morning, from London, to walk to Canterbury. Ill-prepared and not entirely clear why he was doing this, he nevertheless got there. Exhausted, he...

    This was recommended to me, and I'm glad it was because there was a lot to like in this account of Stagg?s (agnostic) pilgrimage from Canterbury to Jerusalem. The way he related his journey to dealing with the aftermath of crisis and depression reminded me slightly of Richard Mabey?...

    3.5* ...

    An amazing account of an amazing journey. Reflective, honest, thought provoking. ...

    Thought provoking and reflective .. Guy Stagg opened up his heart and soul to share his journey - a beautiful meditation on pilgrimage ...

    I always enjoy hearing about activities and events that I believe (or hope) I will never take part in myself. This pleasant account of a pilgrimage fulfilled this want. ...

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  • Mi_er
    Jul 22, 2018

    From BBC radio 4 - Book of the week: An epic journey, but also an intimate one. After several years of mental illness, Guy Stagg set off one morning, from London, to walk to Canterbury. Ill-prepared and not entirely clear why he was doing this, he nevertheless got there. Exhausted, he...

    This was recommended to me, and I'm glad it was because there was a lot to like in this account of Stagg?s (agnostic) pilgrimage from Canterbury to Jerusalem. The way he related his journey to dealing with the aftermath of crisis and depression reminded me slightly of Richard Mabey?...

    3.5* ...

    An amazing account of an amazing journey. Reflective, honest, thought provoking. ...

    Thought provoking and reflective .. Guy Stagg opened up his heart and soul to share his journey - a beautiful meditation on pilgrimage ...

    I always enjoy hearing about activities and events that I believe (or hope) I will never take part in myself. This pleasant account of a pilgrimage fulfilled this want. ...

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  • Vicki Oosterbaan
    Jun 24, 2018

    From BBC radio 4 - Book of the week: An epic journey, but also an intimate one. After several years of mental illness, Guy Stagg set off one morning, from London, to walk to Canterbury. Ill-prepared and not entirely clear why he was doing this, he nevertheless got there. Exhausted, he...

    This was recommended to me, and I'm glad it was because there was a lot to like in this account of Stagg?s (agnostic) pilgrimage from Canterbury to Jerusalem. The way he related his journey to dealing with the aftermath of crisis and depression reminded me slightly of Richard Mabey?...

    3.5* ...

    An amazing account of an amazing journey. Reflective, honest, thought provoking. ...

    Thought provoking and reflective .. Guy Stagg opened up his heart and soul to share his journey - a beautiful meditation on pilgrimage ...

    I always enjoy hearing about activities and events that I believe (or hope) I will never take part in myself. This pleasant account of a pilgrimage fulfilled this want. ...

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  • Mole
    Aug 12, 2018

    From BBC radio 4 - Book of the week: An epic journey, but also an intimate one. After several years of mental illness, Guy Stagg set off one morning, from London, to walk to Canterbury. Ill-prepared and not entirely clear why he was doing this, he nevertheless got there. Exhausted, he...

    This was recommended to me, and I'm glad it was because there was a lot to like in this account of Stagg?s (agnostic) pilgrimage from Canterbury to Jerusalem. The way he related his journey to dealing with the aftermath of crisis and depression reminded me slightly of Richard Mabey?...

    3.5* ...

    An amazing account of an amazing journey. Reflective, honest, thought provoking. ...

    Thought provoking and reflective .. Guy Stagg opened up his heart and soul to share his journey - a beautiful meditation on pilgrimage ...

    I always enjoy hearing about activities and events that I believe (or hope) I will never take part in myself. This pleasant account of a pilgrimage fulfilled this want. ...

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  • Lauren D.
    Jun 21, 2018

    From BBC radio 4 - Book of the week: An epic journey, but also an intimate one. After several years of mental illness, Guy Stagg set off one morning, from London, to walk to Canterbury. Ill-prepared and not entirely clear why he was doing this, he nevertheless got there. Exhausted, he...

    This was recommended to me, and I'm glad it was because there was a lot to like in this account of Stagg?s (agnostic) pilgrimage from Canterbury to Jerusalem. The way he related his journey to dealing with the aftermath of crisis and depression reminded me slightly of Richard Mabey?...

    3.5* ...

    An amazing account of an amazing journey. Reflective, honest, thought provoking. ...

    Thought provoking and reflective .. Guy Stagg opened up his heart and soul to share his journey - a beautiful meditation on pilgrimage ...

    I always enjoy hearing about activities and events that I believe (or hope) I will never take part in myself. This pleasant account of a pilgrimage fulfilled this want. ...

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  • Craig
    Aug 14, 2018

    From BBC radio 4 - Book of the week: An epic journey, but also an intimate one. After several years of mental illness, Guy Stagg set off one morning, from London, to walk to Canterbury. Ill-prepared and not entirely clear why he was doing this, he nevertheless got there. Exhausted, he...

    This was recommended to me, and I'm glad it was because there was a lot to like in this account of Stagg?s (agnostic) pilgrimage from Canterbury to Jerusalem. The way he related his journey to dealing with the aftermath of crisis and depression reminded me slightly of Richard Mabey?...

    3.5* ...

    An amazing account of an amazing journey. Reflective, honest, thought provoking. ...

    Thought provoking and reflective .. Guy Stagg opened up his heart and soul to share his journey - a beautiful meditation on pilgrimage ...

    I always enjoy hearing about activities and events that I believe (or hope) I will never take part in myself. This pleasant account of a pilgrimage fulfilled this want. ...

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  • Morgan
    Jun 17, 2018

    From BBC radio 4 - Book of the week: An epic journey, but also an intimate one. After several years of mental illness, Guy Stagg set off one morning, from London, to walk to Canterbury. Ill-prepared and not entirely clear why he was doing this, he nevertheless got there. Exhausted, he...

    This was recommended to me, and I'm glad it was because there was a lot to like in this account of Stagg?s (agnostic) pilgrimage from Canterbury to Jerusalem. The way he related his journey to dealing with the aftermath of crisis and depression reminded me slightly of Richard Mabey?...

    3.5* ...

    An amazing account of an amazing journey. Reflective, honest, thought provoking. ...

    Thought provoking and reflective .. Guy Stagg opened up his heart and soul to share his journey - a beautiful meditation on pilgrimage ...

    I always enjoy hearing about activities and events that I believe (or hope) I will never take part in myself. This pleasant account of a pilgrimage fulfilled this want. ...

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  • Caroline
    Jun 03, 2018

    From BBC radio 4 - Book of the week: An epic journey, but also an intimate one. After several years of mental illness, Guy Stagg set off one morning, from London, to walk to Canterbury. Ill-prepared and not entirely clear why he was doing this, he nevertheless got there. Exhausted, he...

    This was recommended to me, and I'm glad it was because there was a lot to like in this account of Stagg?s (agnostic) pilgrimage from Canterbury to Jerusalem. The way he related his journey to dealing with the aftermath of crisis and depression reminded me slightly of Richard Mabey?...

    3.5* ...

    An amazing account of an amazing journey. Reflective, honest, thought provoking. ...

    Thought provoking and reflective .. Guy Stagg opened up his heart and soul to share his journey - a beautiful meditation on pilgrimage ...

    I always enjoy hearing about activities and events that I believe (or hope) I will never take part in myself. This pleasant account of a pilgrimage fulfilled this want. ...

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  • DinoC
    Jun 22, 2018

    From BBC radio 4 - Book of the week: An epic journey, but also an intimate one. After several years of mental illness, Guy Stagg set off one morning, from London, to walk to Canterbury. Ill-prepared and not entirely clear why he was doing this, he nevertheless got there. Exhausted, he...

    This was recommended to me, and I'm glad it was because there was a lot to like in this account of Stagg?s (agnostic) pilgrimage from Canterbury to Jerusalem. The way he related his journey to dealing with the aftermath of crisis and depression reminded me slightly of Richard Mabey?...

    3.5* ...

    An amazing account of an amazing journey. Reflective, honest, thought provoking. ...

    Thought provoking and reflective .. Guy Stagg opened up his heart and soul to share his journey - a beautiful meditation on pilgrimage ...

    I always enjoy hearing about activities and events that I believe (or hope) I will never take part in myself. This pleasant account of a pilgrimage fulfilled this want. ...

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  • Peter Maude
    Jun 17, 2018

    From BBC radio 4 - Book of the week: An epic journey, but also an intimate one. After several years of mental illness, Guy Stagg set off one morning, from London, to walk to Canterbury. Ill-prepared and not entirely clear why he was doing this, he nevertheless got there. Exhausted, he...

    This was recommended to me, and I'm glad it was because there was a lot to like in this account of Stagg?s (agnostic) pilgrimage from Canterbury to Jerusalem. The way he related his journey to dealing with the aftermath of crisis and depression reminded me slightly of Richard Mabey?...

    3.5* ...

    An amazing account of an amazing journey. Reflective, honest, thought provoking. ...

    Thought provoking and reflective .. Guy Stagg opened up his heart and soul to share his journey - a beautiful meditation on pilgrimage ...

    I always enjoy hearing about activities and events that I believe (or hope) I will never take part in myself. This pleasant account of a pilgrimage fulfilled this want. ...

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  • Alex
    Jun 21, 2018

    From BBC radio 4 - Book of the week: An epic journey, but also an intimate one. After several years of mental illness, Guy Stagg set off one morning, from London, to walk to Canterbury. Ill-prepared and not entirely clear why he was doing this, he nevertheless got there. Exhausted, he...

    This was recommended to me, and I'm glad it was because there was a lot to like in this account of Stagg?s (agnostic) pilgrimage from Canterbury to Jerusalem. The way he related his journey to dealing with the aftermath of crisis and depression reminded me slightly of Richard Mabey?...

    3.5* ...

    An amazing account of an amazing journey. Reflective, honest, thought provoking. ...

    Thought provoking and reflective .. Guy Stagg opened up his heart and soul to share his journey - a beautiful meditation on pilgrimage ...

    I always enjoy hearing about activities and events that I believe (or hope) I will never take part in myself. This pleasant account of a pilgrimage fulfilled this want. ...

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  • George Barnett
    Jun 10, 2018

    From BBC radio 4 - Book of the week: An epic journey, but also an intimate one. After several years of mental illness, Guy Stagg set off one morning, from London, to walk to Canterbury. Ill-prepared and not entirely clear why he was doing this, he nevertheless got there. Exhausted, he...

    This was recommended to me, and I'm glad it was because there was a lot to like in this account of Stagg?s (agnostic) pilgrimage from Canterbury to Jerusalem. The way he related his journey to dealing with the aftermath of crisis and depression reminded me slightly of Richard Mabey?...

    3.5* ...

    An amazing account of an amazing journey. Reflective, honest, thought provoking. ...

    Thought provoking and reflective .. Guy Stagg opened up his heart and soul to share his journey - a beautiful meditation on pilgrimage ...

    I always enjoy hearing about activities and events that I believe (or hope) I will never take part in myself. This pleasant account of a pilgrimage fulfilled this want. ...

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  • Rebecca
    Jul 26, 2018

    From BBC radio 4 - Book of the week: An epic journey, but also an intimate one. After several years of mental illness, Guy Stagg set off one morning, from London, to walk to Canterbury. Ill-prepared and not entirely clear why he was doing this, he nevertheless got there. Exhausted, he...

    This was recommended to me, and I'm glad it was because there was a lot to like in this account of Stagg?s (agnostic) pilgrimage from Canterbury to Jerusalem. The way he related his journey to dealing with the aftermath of crisis and depression reminded me slightly of Richard Mabey?...

    3.5* ...

    An amazing account of an amazing journey. Reflective, honest, thought provoking. ...

    Thought provoking and reflective .. Guy Stagg opened up his heart and soul to share his journey - a beautiful meditation on pilgrimage ...

    I always enjoy hearing about activities and events that I believe (or hope) I will never take part in myself. This pleasant account of a pilgrimage fulfilled this want. ...

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  • Rachel (whatrachelread)
    May 17, 2018

    From BBC radio 4 - Book of the week: An epic journey, but also an intimate one. After several years of mental illness, Guy Stagg set off one morning, from London, to walk to Canterbury. Ill-prepared and not entirely clear why he was doing this, he nevertheless got there. Exhausted, he...

    This was recommended to me, and I'm glad it was because there was a lot to like in this account of Stagg?s (agnostic) pilgrimage from Canterbury to Jerusalem. The way he related his journey to dealing with the aftermath of crisis and depression reminded me slightly of Richard Mabey?...

    3.5* ...

    An amazing account of an amazing journey. Reflective, honest, thought provoking. ...

    Thought provoking and reflective .. Guy Stagg opened up his heart and soul to share his journey - a beautiful meditation on pilgrimage ...

    I always enjoy hearing about activities and events that I believe (or hope) I will never take part in myself. This pleasant account of a pilgrimage fulfilled this want. ...

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  • Pete Maude
    Jun 17, 2018

    From BBC radio 4 - Book of the week: An epic journey, but also an intimate one. After several years of mental illness, Guy Stagg set off one morning, from London, to walk to Canterbury. Ill-prepared and not entirely clear why he was doing this, he nevertheless got there. Exhausted, he...

    This was recommended to me, and I'm glad it was because there was a lot to like in this account of Stagg?s (agnostic) pilgrimage from Canterbury to Jerusalem. The way he related his journey to dealing with the aftermath of crisis and depression reminded me slightly of Richard Mabey?...

    3.5* ...

    An amazing account of an amazing journey. Reflective, honest, thought provoking. ...

    Thought provoking and reflective .. Guy Stagg opened up his heart and soul to share his journey - a beautiful meditation on pilgrimage ...

    I always enjoy hearing about activities and events that I believe (or hope) I will never take part in myself. This pleasant account of a pilgrimage fulfilled this want. ...

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  • Amy Carew
    May 17, 2018

    From BBC radio 4 - Book of the week: An epic journey, but also an intimate one. After several years of mental illness, Guy Stagg set off one morning, from London, to walk to Canterbury. Ill-prepared and not entirely clear why he was doing this, he nevertheless got there. Exhausted, he...

    This was recommended to me, and I'm glad it was because there was a lot to like in this account of Stagg?s (agnostic) pilgrimage from Canterbury to Jerusalem. The way he related his journey to dealing with the aftermath of crisis and depression reminded me slightly of Richard Mabey?...

    3.5* ...

    An amazing account of an amazing journey. Reflective, honest, thought provoking. ...

    Thought provoking and reflective .. Guy Stagg opened up his heart and soul to share his journey - a beautiful meditation on pilgrimage ...

    I always enjoy hearing about activities and events that I believe (or hope) I will never take part in myself. This pleasant account of a pilgrimage fulfilled this want. ...

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  • John O'Flaherty
    Aug 05, 2018

    From BBC radio 4 - Book of the week: An epic journey, but also an intimate one. After several years of mental illness, Guy Stagg set off one morning, from London, to walk to Canterbury. Ill-prepared and not entirely clear why he was doing this, he nevertheless got there. Exhausted, he...

    This was recommended to me, and I'm glad it was because there was a lot to like in this account of Stagg?s (agnostic) pilgrimage from Canterbury to Jerusalem. The way he related his journey to dealing with the aftermath of crisis and depression reminded me slightly of Richard Mabey?...

    3.5* ...

    An amazing account of an amazing journey. Reflective, honest, thought provoking. ...

    Thought provoking and reflective .. Guy Stagg opened up his heart and soul to share his journey - a beautiful meditation on pilgrimage ...

    I always enjoy hearing about activities and events that I believe (or hope) I will never take part in myself. This pleasant account of a pilgrimage fulfilled this want. ...

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  • Mimi
    Aug 14, 2018

    From BBC radio 4 - Book of the week: An epic journey, but also an intimate one. After several years of mental illness, Guy Stagg set off one morning, from London, to walk to Canterbury. Ill-prepared and not entirely clear why he was doing this, he nevertheless got there. Exhausted, he...

    This was recommended to me, and I'm glad it was because there was a lot to like in this account of Stagg?s (agnostic) pilgrimage from Canterbury to Jerusalem. The way he related his journey to dealing with the aftermath of crisis and depression reminded me slightly of Richard Mabey?...

  • Lee
    Jun 21, 2018

    From BBC radio 4 - Book of the week: An epic journey, but also an intimate one. After several years of mental illness, Guy Stagg set off one morning, from London, to walk to Canterbury. Ill-prepared and not entirely clear why he was doing this, he nevertheless got there. Exhausted, he...

    This was recommended to me, and I'm glad it was because there was a lot to like in this account of Stagg?s (agnostic) pilgrimage from Canterbury to Jerusalem. The way he related his journey to dealing with the aftermath of crisis and depression reminded me slightly of Richard Mabey?...

    3.5* ...

    An amazing account of an amazing journey. Reflective, honest, thought provoking. ...

    Thought provoking and reflective .. Guy Stagg opened up his heart and soul to share his journey - a beautiful meditation on pilgrimage ...

    I always enjoy hearing about activities and events that I believe (or hope) I will never take part in myself. This pleasant account of a pilgrimage fulfilled this want. ...

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  • geoff
    Jul 06, 2018

    From BBC radio 4 - Book of the week: An epic journey, but also an intimate one. After several years of mental illness, Guy Stagg set off one morning, from London, to walk to Canterbury. Ill-prepared and not entirely clear why he was doing this, he nevertheless got there. Exhausted, he...

    This was recommended to me, and I'm glad it was because there was a lot to like in this account of Stagg?s (agnostic) pilgrimage from Canterbury to Jerusalem. The way he related his journey to dealing with the aftermath of crisis and depression reminded me slightly of Richard Mabey?...

    3.5* ...

    An amazing account of an amazing journey. Reflective, honest, thought provoking. ...

    Thought provoking and reflective .. Guy Stagg opened up his heart and soul to share his journey - a beautiful meditation on pilgrimage ...

    I always enjoy hearing about activities and events that I believe (or hope) I will never take part in myself. This pleasant account of a pilgrimage fulfilled this want. ...

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  • Sarah
    Jun 18, 2018

    From BBC radio 4 - Book of the week: An epic journey, but also an intimate one. After several years of mental illness, Guy Stagg set off one morning, from London, to walk to Canterbury. Ill-prepared and not entirely clear why he was doing this, he nevertheless got there. Exhausted, he...

    This was recommended to me, and I'm glad it was because there was a lot to like in this account of Stagg?s (agnostic) pilgrimage from Canterbury to Jerusalem. The way he related his journey to dealing with the aftermath of crisis and depression reminded me slightly of Richard Mabey?...

    3.5* ...

    An amazing account of an amazing journey. Reflective, honest, thought provoking. ...

    Thought provoking and reflective .. Guy Stagg opened up his heart and soul to share his journey - a beautiful meditation on pilgrimage ...

    I always enjoy hearing about activities and events that I believe (or hope) I will never take part in myself. This pleasant account of a pilgrimage fulfilled this want. ...

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  • Louise
    Jun 24, 2018

    From BBC radio 4 - Book of the week: An epic journey, but also an intimate one. After several years of mental illness, Guy Stagg set off one morning, from London, to walk to Canterbury. Ill-prepared and not entirely clear why he was doing this, he nevertheless got there. Exhausted, he...

    This was recommended to me, and I'm glad it was because there was a lot to like in this account of Stagg?s (agnostic) pilgrimage from Canterbury to Jerusalem. The way he related his journey to dealing with the aftermath of crisis and depression reminded me slightly of Richard Mabey?...

    3.5* ...

    An amazing account of an amazing journey. Reflective, honest, thought provoking. ...

    Thought provoking and reflective .. Guy Stagg opened up his heart and soul to share his journey - a beautiful meditation on pilgrimage ...

    I always enjoy hearing about activities and events that I believe (or hope) I will never take part in myself. This pleasant account of a pilgrimage fulfilled this want. ...

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  • Merete
    Jun 26, 2018

    From BBC radio 4 - Book of the week: An epic journey, but also an intimate one. After several years of mental illness, Guy Stagg set off one morning, from London, to walk to Canterbury. Ill-prepared and not entirely clear why he was doing this, he nevertheless got there. Exhausted, he...

    This was recommended to me, and I'm glad it was because there was a lot to like in this account of Stagg?s (agnostic) pilgrimage from Canterbury to Jerusalem. The way he related his journey to dealing with the aftermath of crisis and depression reminded me slightly of Richard Mabey?...

    3.5* ...

    An amazing account of an amazing journey. Reflective, honest, thought provoking. ...

    Thought provoking and reflective .. Guy Stagg opened up his heart and soul to share his journey - a beautiful meditation on pilgrimage ...

    I always enjoy hearing about activities and events that I believe (or hope) I will never take part in myself. This pleasant account of a pilgrimage fulfilled this want. ...

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  • sean exner baumann
    Jul 26, 2018

    From BBC radio 4 - Book of the week: An epic journey, but also an intimate one. After several years of mental illness, Guy Stagg set off one morning, from London, to walk to Canterbury. Ill-prepared and not entirely clear why he was doing this, he nevertheless got there. Exhausted, he...

    This was recommended to me, and I'm glad it was because there was a lot to like in this account of Stagg?s (agnostic) pilgrimage from Canterbury to Jerusalem. The way he related his journey to dealing with the aftermath of crisis and depression reminded me slightly of Richard Mabey?...

    3.5* ...

    An amazing account of an amazing journey. Reflective, honest, thought provoking. ...

    Thought provoking and reflective .. Guy Stagg opened up his heart and soul to share his journey - a beautiful meditation on pilgrimage ...

    I always enjoy hearing about activities and events that I believe (or hope) I will never take part in myself. This pleasant account of a pilgrimage fulfilled this want. ...

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  • Cindy Greatrex
    Jul 13, 2018

    From BBC radio 4 - Book of the week: An epic journey, but also an intimate one. After several years of mental illness, Guy Stagg set off one morning, from London, to walk to Canterbury. Ill-prepared and not entirely clear why he was doing this, he nevertheless got there. Exhausted, he...

    This was recommended to me, and I'm glad it was because there was a lot to like in this account of Stagg?s (agnostic) pilgrimage from Canterbury to Jerusalem. The way he related his journey to dealing with the aftermath of crisis and depression reminded me slightly of Richard Mabey?...

    3.5* ...

    An amazing account of an amazing journey. Reflective, honest, thought provoking. ...

    Thought provoking and reflective .. Guy Stagg opened up his heart and soul to share his journey - a beautiful meditation on pilgrimage ...

    I always enjoy hearing about activities and events that I believe (or hope) I will never take part in myself. This pleasant account of a pilgrimage fulfilled this want. ...

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  • Daniel
    Aug 04, 2018

    From BBC radio 4 - Book of the week: An epic journey, but also an intimate one. After several years of mental illness, Guy Stagg set off one morning, from London, to walk to Canterbury. Ill-prepared and not entirely clear why he was doing this, he nevertheless got there. Exhausted, he...

    This was recommended to me, and I'm glad it was because there was a lot to like in this account of Stagg?s (agnostic) pilgrimage from Canterbury to Jerusalem. The way he related his journey to dealing with the aftermath of crisis and depression reminded me slightly of Richard Mabey?...

    3.5* ...

    An amazing account of an amazing journey. Reflective, honest, thought provoking. ...

    Thought provoking and reflective .. Guy Stagg opened up his heart and soul to share his journey - a beautiful meditation on pilgrimage ...

    I always enjoy hearing about activities and events that I believe (or hope) I will never take part in myself. This pleasant account of a pilgrimage fulfilled this want. ...

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