Exciting in its simplicity. The yellow way tells of a twenty-three boy who decided to question his life.
Able to make the reader identify as a pilgrim, Andrea Gallo traveled 900 km on foot with his backpack. Starting from Saint Jean Pied de Port in France to Santiago de Compostela. Reaching then Muxia and Finisterre.
This work, developed in twenty-seven days, represents an "handbook" - at times ironic. Of who have embarked on this journey to experience that feeling of gratitude towards themselves. And to experience that love, "altruistic, free and pure". Which today it's often overwhelmed by the need for glory, fame and money.
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