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Wild by Cheryl Strayed -- Summary - Omar Elbaga

Wild by Cheryl Strayed -- Summary

By Omar Elbaga

  • Release Date: 2014-09-04
  • Genre: Spirituality
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“A powerful tale of letting go of past regrets and stepping into the Wild”

“Discovering a new identity that rings true to you.”

This book is a summary of the original book "Wild: From Lost to Found on the Pacific Crest Trail" that was written by Cheryl Strayed compiled for you so that you can take away the major ideas and change your life in the shortest amount of time possible. This book is for you if you want to devour the greatest books even with a busy schedule. It makes for a great companion and guide to the original book.

Cheryl Strayed’s Wild documents the adventure of a troubled girl transitioning into womanhood. Though the physical hiking began in California, at the start of the Pacific Crest Trail, the true journey started half a decade before the author made the decision to hike, when her mother died. As she braves the oppressive heat of the California desert, and the punishing rains of the Oregon forests, she finds a strength within herself that she never knew existed. By the end of her three-month-long journey, instead of harping on her past failures she discovers a new respect for living in the present and looking forward.

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