The biographical book of Cheryl Strayed "Wild: From Lost to Found on the Pacific Crest Trail " became an unprecedented success in the US and worldwide. You can find it in different bestseller lists in many countries.
"Wild: From Lost to Found on the Pacific Crest Trail" is an autobiographical book. Cheryl Strayed describes her longest journey which she has made just turned 26. Why she took that opportunity. Honestly, Cheryl Strayed woke up one day and felt that she lost everything. Drugs and men are comforted herself after mother's death very poorly, her marriage was a disaster.
As she remembers in the book, this entire load motivated her to go on a trip without any reason and destination. In the end, she walked a thousand miles. "Wild: From Lost to Found on the Pacific Crest Trail" is a very touching story of self-discovery. It is witty and full of wisdom and intensity.
Some years after her journey she had studied the literature and published numerous articles in newspapers like Washington Post, the New York Times and other media. In 2014, her "Wild: From Lost to Found on the Pacific Crest Trail" was very successfully filmed. Today Cheryl Strayed lives peacefully in Portland with Brian Lindstrom who is her second husband and successful filmmaker. She has 2 children.
Cheryl Strayed stir up millions of people with her international bestseller "Wild: From Lost to Found on the Pacific Crest Trail". And she does not avoid the common people. Cheryl Strayed for years answered questions for years of online readers about love, sex, friendship, work, and meaning. So we do not need to go into the wilderness to find ourselves, life calls us every day out: we lose a loved one, be deceived, cannot pay bills, or we save the dream job, have the best sex of our lives, write the first line of our novel.