New York : Hyperion, c1995.
LibraryThing member bakersfieldbarbara
This is a very intimate book, a book of spirituality, faith, and mystery. He tells his hurts about his children, his truth about his affairs, his love for his wife, his shortcomings, and how he and his wife have learned to co-exist in a loving way. This is all done while telling also about the 3 week journey they took to find ancient megalithic stones in Wales, England and Scotland. This is a journal about Dr Peck, illustrated beautifully by his son, Christopher, but it also allows the reader to look within him/herself to find answers. Very good reading.
LibraryThing member rickumali
"The Road Less Traveled" author presents a memoir of sorts. He freely admits that he's not perfect, and I still think of this book.
LibraryThing member lgaikwad
One of my favorite books.
LibraryThing member TheWasp
I think this book needs to be read once you have a bit of life experience behind you. A personal journey to address relationship issues plus an enjoyable tour thru the english countryside. Satisfying read.
Original publication date
0671511904 / 9780671511906
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