I found this humorous, lighthearted. A good example of somebody in their mid life wanting to try a new adventure.
I found his experience on the PCT interesting. To get another point of view other than Cheryl Strayed's was good. I may now read his account on the AT. Appalachian Trail.
Thank goodness I read the book before seeing the movie.
The beginning of the book was a bit slow. As with any great locomotive, once it picked up steam there was no putting the book down. Loved the unexpected twists and turns.
One of the best autobiographies I have read in a long time.
Billy Crystal reads this himself. The man is a comic genius. And what a good soul. Married 40+ years and continues to adore his wife.
Based in the 60's of Midwest America it was interesting and brought me back to a simpler time.
The speaker was very calming to listen to. The story flowed and had unexpected twists that kept me wanting to listen to more.
With great hope, faith and love, it is amazing what the human spirit can endure. To be alive in a body that isn't able to function has got to be such a prison like no other. To try to communicate to others to let them know you are aware ~ left me speechless. Good Book!!
For a true book lover!!
This book flowed wonderfully. The speaker was excellent. I would definitely recommend this book to a friend.
But wow - wonderfully written and performed. Once again reminded of what really matters in our busy lives.
Time with family.
The story was raw. I'm sure we've all had those moments that Alice had. Very surreal to see how the writer played out how people avoid those stricken as tho it were contagious.
Kept a good rhythm of suspense
A bit like Gone Girl & What Alice Forgot.
I would recommend this book to a friend!!
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