Amazing story of life. The struggles that we go through both internal & external which make us who we are. Thank you for sharing your story Cheryl.
Whiny, self-absorbed, poorly written & as interesting & relevant as a 13 year old's diary. Narration was painful too but I blame the author for the miserable writing. See the movie instead.
I live in Northern Virginia and listen to audio books every day during my commute and during walks.
Yes with caveats. Yes, its a good story. Cheryl Strayed tells an interesting story of redemption but at times it is too over the top on drama for me. She attributes all of her problems to losing her mom but I sense that her problems are deeper and some of her redemption results from the normal maturation of the prefrontal cortex that accompanies aging.
Good job. I focused on the story and didn't even notice her, which I view as the highest compliment that I can give to a reader.
Yes, I did and it was faithful to the book.
I loved the story. I wish the f-word could've been left out, as I found it very distracting. I'd like to have heard more stories about the trail. The narrator did a very good job, I enjoyed her voice. I've thought about a journey like this, too, & was hoping for more about nature. I did enjoy it, except the language.