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10 paths to Santiago

Ten personal stories about walking the Camino

In the book ‘Ten Paths to Santiago’, ten pilgrims from around the world share their insights on what it is like to accomplish part of or an entire Camino trail leading to Santiago de Compostela in Spain. Although every pilgrim’s path is an individual experience, one thing unites them all. Their pilgrimage is a sacred personal adventure that has made them grow as individuals – and, for some, even sparked life-changing decisions. 

Journey with the pilgrims. Learn their motivations for walking, their biggest challenges and surprises, their most memorable moments and encounters, their best advice and greatest lessons learned. 

Be inspired. Be moved. Get going!

Meet the pilgrims

Ten different pilgrims from around the world share their personal stories about walking the Camino.

Listen up

Do you want to know more about the author and what inspired her to write the book?

Listen to this podcast episode of the popular podcast series My Camino, hosted by Dan Mullins, where Marianne Sommer talks about how the pilgrims and the Camino inspired her to change her way of living.

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Do you have questions or inquiries? Contact the author at marianne.sommer@hotmail.com or follow the book:

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The author

Marianne Sommer has been working as a journalist, editor, communication consultant and an author for more than 20 years.

In 2019 she quit her permanent job to fulfil a dream of working as a volunteer abroad. After several months she ended up in Spain where she decided to sign up for a job at an albergue (hostel) on the Camino trail. To get into the Camino vibe she walked a part of the trail before arriving at the tiny town Hornillos del Camino where her job was to serve breakfast for the passing pilgrims and taking care of the cleaning too.

While serving coffee and toasted bread she had a lot of interesting conversations with the pilgrims who came from all over the world with very different approaches, ages and life situations. At the breakfast table she got the idea to write a book that could give experienced and future pilgrims an insight into how different an experience a pilgrimage can be. When Marianne got back to Denmark in 2020 she found 10 different pilgrims from around the world who had an interesting story to tell. These interviews have become this book.

Via Amazon (worldwide)

Buy the paperback or Kindle version via Amazon – just like any other book. I hope that you will enjoy reading the stories. Feel free to write a review afterwards.

Price ex. shipping: 
15 USD per paperback version / 5,31 USD per Kindle version    

Via post (Denmark)

If you want the book sent to a Danish address you can order it via email. Write the number of books you would like, your name and your address and pay via Mobilepay to 42369070.

Price incl. shipping:
150 DKK per book