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315 pages, Hardcover
First published March 20, 2012
Sometimes he gave it to her without a word and sometimes he said no in a voice as soft as his penisFrequently, Cheryl paused the narrative to admire masculine men that she met on the trail or remembered screwing with while married to her husband.
When i was a child of eleven and I felt that prickly rush of power when grown men would turn their heads to look at me, or whisper, or say, "hey pretty baby," just loudly enough that I could hear.Why. Just. Why.
A big fat idiotThis book tried to make her journey into a positive experience by showing just how much everyone admired and appreciated the work she put into hiking. It was ridiculous.
“The universe, I'd learned, was never, ever kidding. It would take whatever it wanted and it would never give it back.”