Don't really have one, but did appreciate her mental ebb and flow while on the trail. Felt that was pretty accurate.
The pointless exagerations. Everything was larger than life. There was a sex scene early on that came out of no where, pretty much for no reason. Just make it less bullshit, more realistic, maybe some adventure.
Just a chick flick/book. Not my thing.
I loved this. I loved the way you felt like you're on this journey with her; got anxious, laughed, lusted, cried.. it was just an overall great book. I can't wait to see the movie now to see if it matches the movie I played in my head :)
Definitely! Great story. Cheryl takes you along on her journey. An escape but also prompts you to think about your own life.
Great to get some book recommendations as a part of the story!
This might be more appealing to younger listeners.
I was hoping for more description of the hiking experience and not so much reflection on resolving personal demons and extended flashbacks.
The narrator was adequate but a little monotonous.
Perhaps this book would appeal to twenty-somethings seeking to find their way in the chaos of modern living.