Not in the standard paperback, no, and this is a deliberate artistic decision. You know when you've read a great work of fiction, and then a film adaptation comes out and it doesn't quite look or feel as you imagined it should? I don't want that to happen here. As a writer, it's my job to provoke the unfolding of a story in my readers' imaginations, and I think forcing photographs — concrete records — into the middle of it would spoil that magic. (There will be accompanying stills available in other formats.)
Yes, a text-only eBook (for computers, tablets, smartphones and e-readers) is on the cards for release alongside the physical edition. If we raise enough funds over and above our target, one of the first things we'll look at will be an 'enhanced' eBook for tablets and smartphones, which will go beyond just text.
Possibly. I don't want measurements and routes to obfuscate the human experience, which is what the journey is all about, so it'll have to be done carefully. This is the reason we eventually left maps out of the film. I think there's space for an 'online extras' page on the website for things like this.
The film was its director's vision of my journey; the book will be my own telling of the experiences it was based on. There will be some crossover, but this has always existed as a standalone book, which was begun before the film project came into existence. (I imagine it'll be best to see the film first!)
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