Nothing I write here could do this book justice. All I can do is highly recommend that you read it. I was enthralled by her story, of the level of courage it took for her to not only make a 1,100 mile hike in the wild of the PCT by herself, but to be able to face her past, her pain, and her mistakes. I rooted for her most of the time, rolled my eyes over some of her obvious mistakes when it came to hiking, but mostly I understood where she was coming from, having had great loss early in my life myself. I also know the therapeutic nature of going out in the woods to clear your mind and center.
If you need a story to motivate and inspire you, this book is it!