No, great story, but once was enough. Lots of good books out there.
The narrator is really, really horrible. She changes her voice to make the characters sound different from each other, which may or may not in itself be a good idea, but what is so offensive about her performance is that she makes all the male characters sound like sleazy molesters and all the women like frail little girls on the brink of tears. At some point she tries to do a Swiss accent that sounds terrible, and more Russian if anything at all. The narration really detracts from the book. A lot.
Although it was hard to get into, the story does pick up, but with lots of detail throughout. Teaches you important lessons, such as enjoying the journey that you are on, having the journey be the reward, and not a path to said reward.
Women are strong
Cheryl, of course, because she had a goal that wasn't easy, she was ill equipped and pretty much uninformed, yet she never gave up.
Enjoyed a detailed description of what hiking to Pacific Crest Trail was like and the people she encountered along to way. Amazing accomplishment!
Inspirational especially if you've ever had thoughts of escaping alone for a while and challenging yourself.
Learned a lot about hiking and the Pacific Northwest.