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.
One of the best books I've read/listened to in years.
Cheryl's grief hits home and the truth of how it hurts in ways you don't even realize is so very real. Then in the next moment, I'd be laughing through my tears.