Gideon Lewis-Kraus, needs to escape. Determined to avoid the kind of constraint that kept his father, a gay rabbi, closeted until midlife, he moves to Berlin. But the surfeit of freedom there has begun to paralyze him, and so he then decides to go on an ancient pilgrimage route across Spain with a friend
A Sense of Direction is an interesting take on a perpetual war between discipline and desire. It is published on February 13th 2014
Camino de Santiago,
The Japanese island of Shikoku
The tomb of a famous Hasidic mystic in the Ukraine
Sounds like a booktrail to us!
Watch the booktrailer here –
and read about it here – http://pushkinpress.com/one/