I enjoyed her emotional journey as she hiked the PCT
Her realization that her pack was too heavy and boots too small.
Nice voice, good impersonations, very expressive.
When she see's the bridge at the end of the PCT
I loved Greg. He gave her hope!!!
No I have not.
You can always come back to yourself.
This book had thrilling twists and turns which kept me engrossed until the very end.
What a dumb question.
Maybe Cheryl Strayed herself? I found Dunne's voice irritating, and her attempts to replicate male voices by going "gravelly" were really distracting.PS---the "who" in the question should be "whom"
I've been a fan of Strayed's for a while. Having backpacked portions of the trail she describes, I had to laugh at her naivete about how to prepare (I've been there!).
Never! This might just be the worst book I have ever read or listened to.
This is my first one and it was great!
I liked the lessons that Cheryl learned along her journey.
She did a great job telling the story. I felt like I was really listening to Cheryl tell it herself.
Mid-60s; love true stories of endurance.
at least she wasn't killed
the food she ate
couldn't believe how stupid she was
enjoyed it, overall
The writing was pedestrian at best. If I didn't know this book was written by the person the journey is about, I would have to assume she perished on the trail. Cheryl is a disgrace to everyone who enjoys, and is prepared for, the outdoors.
One of the books in my library that I haven't listened to yet.
The narrartor was perfectly fine.
I honestly could not believe how stupid the author was on her journey or how she ever convinved a publisher to sell this book.
Avoid this one at all cost. Waste of time.
Inspiring and Amazing
I would have liked to listen to it all at once however time did not allow.
A Great Book! I would never have the courage to do what Cheryl did - hike the Pacific Crest Trail all by myself. Being a native Oregonian, I could visualize many of the areas that she highlighted in her book from Northern Califonia all the way to The Bridge of the Gods. Deeply moved by the loss of her Mother and the situation where they let her Mother's horse, Lady, go.
If you are "thinking" about reading or listening to the book, Just Do It. You will be thankful you did.
captivating, honest and enticing
I did not want it to end I wanted her to keep walking and sharing her experiences.
Exciting, adventurrous, daring.
How real it was. Nothing sounded made up. It kept my attention the whole way through.
How well she could change her voice from each character. Fabulous job.
Yes. But that didn't happen.
Listen to it. Its great.