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Wild by Cheryl Strayed

By: DEAN WITT

To a college student there is something appealing about the title Wild. Within each of us is this desire to be free, untamed, and out of control. This book offers a unique play on the word wild. Cheryl Strayed displays the very essence of wild...  READ MORE >>


By: MAI NOU YANG

She lost her mother to cancer. She couldn't keep her family together. She got divorced. She was in a life crisis. In hope for change, Cheryl Strayed quit her job and set for the Pacific Crest Trail (PCT). Wild, however...  READ MORE >>


By: JOELLA RANAIVOSON

Grief: a singular, universal human experience which compels some people to change their exteriors in response to the internal turmoil. Some people buy things, other people drastically change their appearance, others try new, bad...  READ MORE >>


By: BEN DEVRIES

Primarily, Cheryl Strayed’s 2012 memoir Wild: From Lost to Found on the Pacific Crest Trail is not about her 1,100-mile trek from southern California to the Oregon-Washington border. Which is to say that Wild is not a story only...  READ MORE >>


By: ALLYSA METZNER

Cheryl Strayed’s memoir “Wild: From Lost to Found on the Pacific Crest Trail,” parallels the proverbial quest which the protagonist carries out in order to rediscover herself. Thick with the elements that characterize an epic, Strayed’s story is...  READ MORE >>

Wild by Cheryl Strayed