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.
Just a Northern MN girl in love with books...so much that she shares her passion. Teaching is NOT just a career; it is a choice and calling
Yes...a great story of a young woman's hero journey.
Well, Cheryl was it. Obviously.
The flashback Cheryl has about putting down her mother's horse was potentially the most emotional scene I have ever listened to. I am not a big horse fan, but that storyline had my bawling!
This book was enjoyable but was spoiled by far too much profanity to no effect.
At times it seemed a little like "Crime and Punishment" -- watching someone destroy their life.
But, I was uplifted by what she found on the PCT and it was good to see REI get its rightful plaudits.
full of holes, lies, and perpetuating the theory that it is a good idea to go into the wilderness alone with out a gun. Seriously, how did she not get raped, murdered, raped again, then murdered again? Stupid woman.
Someone who didn't sound like a whiny teenager...but then Cheryl's story was that of a whiny 20-something; so Bernadette did fine.
all of them.
this book didn't suck as much as Amanda Beard's book "In the Water They Can't See You Cry." That book really really sucked.