Book review by Kristy Webster-Milton
Thursday Review Contributing Writer
It is absolutely impossible to not feel inspired to live life to its fullest after reading Cheryl Strayed's best-selling biography, Wild. Funny, heartbreaking, poignant and completely engrossing, Cheryl's journey on the Pacific Trail in the wake of her mother's death is a refreshingly fierce, candid and daring memoir that will have you wanting to plan your own exodus. Filled with both humor and heartache, Cheryl's personal path from self-destruction to self-sufficiency is a page turning testimony to the indomitable power of the human spirit.
Available through Borzoi Books, Alfred A. Knopf.