‘Shadows, Shells and Spain’ is the latest book from Canadian Pilgrim John Meyer.
It’s about walking the Camino and the history behind it and the places you pass along the way, but it’s also about love and pain and finding your way out the other side and humour and all of that good stuff.
John Meyer writes fictional travel memoirs—unique adventure stories that combine fun facts of history with present-day drama and humor—which are always based on his own thrilling journeys.
John is also the studio writer for Entertainment Tonight Canada and has been ever since the popular daily show launched back in 2005.
The plot goes something like this….
Lost and listless on the island of Mallorca, Jamie Draper searches for his estranged wife, Pam.
She has left him without any explanation or warning. Exploring her last known location, Jamie stumbles upon an urgent letter from his missing wife promising full disclosure as to her sudden departure and her current whereabouts.
There’s just one catch.
Her mysterious adventure is disclosed in a series of letters she’s left hidden along the ancient Camino trail across northern Spain.
Now armed with a list of clues to track the letters down, Jamie retraces Pam’s footsteps.
While being both entertained and challenged by the many colorful Camino characters he meets along the way—including the enchanting Brie.
Brie harbors her own secrets that just might compromise Jamie’s intended reunion with his wife….
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