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  • Great!

    This is the third book I've read about hiking the AT. Did I feel a tad fatigued, perchance? Not at all. Muller's story is inspirational, and reading it was an especially personal experience for me, as a sufferer of arthritis. Muller is a fellow Brit, and so brings a fresh perspective to hiking in the USA (The friendliness of the people! The wilderness!). Her writing is warm and witty, and there were quite a few moments that made me snort or chuckle - or suck in my breath. I read the book in more or less a day - I just had to consume it. The previous books I've read about the AT were by men, so it was a joy to read a woman's take on it all, let alone a woman suffering a chronic condition so similar in ways to my own. This book does all it can to communicate to its reader that there is worth and joy to be found in pushing the boundaries we perceive around us. I am now genuinely wondering if I could, in fact, hike the Pacific Crest Trail - something that has always been a distant fantasy.

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  • Putting everything you have into the journey.

    As I was reading this book, I found myself holding my breath quite a few times, hoping that she was going to be all right. She made me nervous because at times I didn't think she was prepared for what she was going to be facing. I have read many books written about hiking the Appalachian Trail, but it was always about the preparation it takes and everything preplanned and set into place before the hike began and then the hike. Gail Muller writes her story with such depth and truth that as I read it, it was playing in my head too. Living in Maine, I know the places she tells about and the 100-mile wilderness. It was a surprise that she started her journey in Maine and went to Georgia. I have always read and heard about the connections that happen while they are walking the AT, and that comes through in her story. I read the book because the cover had a journey of self discovery and the healing powers of the wild outdoors. When she reached her lowest point, and I knew it was something she so wanted to do, I so hoped she would be able to find the strength to finish this journey. I won't tell you anymore, but I will tell you while reading this particular book, I felt like there was the spirit of all those that went before her that somehow was there now for those that needed it. Gail put everything she went through in this book with such depth that I felt like I was right there with her and there were a few times something was going to happen it seemed to be happening in slow motion it was so intense. It should be made into a movie because a movie of it was playing in my head as I was reading it. Thank you, Thread Books, for an ARC.

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    It's very amazon to come across Unlost by Gail Muller and it's very interested to read this eBook and to get more knowledge and I believed everybody need to get this eBook at hand to read!

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