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The Road

Without plans for her summer break from teaching, Susanna Moliski decides to buy a backpack and hiking boots and walk the Camino de Santiago, the Pilgrimage of Saint James, across Spain. Two weeks later she is in Paris, then, with her pilgrim shell, taking her first steps in Saint-Jean-Pied-de-Port with nearly 500 miles ahead of her. This quiet and inspiring journey will take you inside the heart of a modern pilgrim – a young woman, opening herself to the world. Newly translated into English, this book is both a sweet story and an opportunity for self-reflection, regardless of religion, age, gender and nationality. It is simply a walk worth walking.In the year of the book’s original release in 2004 The Singers of the Open Road earned a finalist nomination in a notable literature competition of The Christian Book of the Year. Since then it has become one of the stable books in Finland for those who are planning for a pilgrimage.Susanna Moliski lives in Chicago with her husband and two children. The Singers of the Open Road is her first book.

Without plans for her summer break from teaching, Susanna Moliski decides to buy a backpack and hiking boots and walk the Camino de Santiago, the Pilgrimage of Saint James, across Spain. Two weeks later she is in Paris, then, with her pilgrim shell, taking her first steps in Saint-Jean-Pied-de-Port with nearly 500 miles ahead of her. This quiet and inspiring journey will take you inside the heart of a modern pilgrim – a young woman, opening herself to the world. Newly translated into English, this book is both a sweet story and an opportunity for self-reflection, regardless of religion, age, gender and nationality. It is simply a walk worth walking.In the year of the book’s original release in 2004 The Singers of the Open Road earned a finalist nomination in a notable literature competition of The Christian Book of the Year. Since then it has become one of the stable books in Finland for those who are planning for a pilgrimage.Susanna Moliski lives in Chicago with her husband and two children. The Singers of the Open Road is her first book.

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