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Wild, From Lost to Found on the Pacific Crest Trail

Cheryl Strayed
Vintage Books

Disillusioned with her mother's death and the dissolution of her marriage, the intrepid Cheryl Strayed set off to hike more than a thousand miles from the Mojave Desert through California and Oregon to the border of Washington state on the Pacific Crest Trail. The journey, which Strayed undertook alone in her twenties with little training but a lot of will, would challenge and frustrate but ultimately strengthen and heal the young hiker on a quest for self-reinvention.

ISBN: 9780307476074
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