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  • 2 décembre 2019
    Bernard Delhomme

    In the year 2000, Gloria Alcozer, a recent divorcee, and grandmother, has a dream that foretells a tragedy that involves the loss of thousands of lives. Not knowing whether to ignore the dream or do something about it ; ill prepared, and not fully knowledgeable of what it entails, she embarks, half-heartily, on a journey that takes her thousands of miles from her home and children to walk the Camino de Santiago. ‘Barely There’, shares with you the authors’ cultural, spiritual, and ideological perspectives of her journey - its also the prelude to her first book ’Feeding My Children’. "Sure we all want to think ’Barely There’ is about The Camino de Santiago and the spiritual inspiration it invokes, but it isn’t. The Camino is about life, you have good days and bad days. And, although the events are very "real" before the authors’ journey across Spain, the story itself is funny, raw and captivating." - Patricia Gras, Journalist and 12 time Emmy award winner.