By The Way: Dispatches, Devotions, and Deliriums from the Camino de Santiago

A moving, funny and fascinating account of a religion scholar’s 5-week pilgrimage down the Camino de Santiago in northern Spain. Is the journey is more important than the destination? Are some pilgrimages more “authentic” than others? Can agnostics have as deep a spiritual experience as true believer? Find out what happens when a scholar puts down his books and takes up his walking stick.

89 pages, illustrated with photographs by the author, $3.99 for Kindle.