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Strayed's worldview - her empathy, her nonjudgment, her belief in the fundamental logic of people's emotions and experiences despite occasional evidence to the contrary - begins to seep into readers' consciousness in such a way that they can apply her generosity of spirit to their own and, for a few hours at least, become better people... courageous and engaging stuff. --New York Times
Charming, idiosyncratic, luminous, profane... Sugar is the ultimate advice columnist for the internet age... She shines out amid the sea of fakeness --New Republic
These pieces are nothing short of dynamite... Here at Salon we're reading the columns with boxes of tissue and raised fists of solidarity, shaking our heads with awe and amusement --Salon
Might be one of the most profound yet enjoyable books you will read this summer... Profane, funny and incredibly moving --Irish Times
I couldn't bring myself to stop reading... It made me laugh out loud and it made me gasp with disbelief... The writing is addictively, breathtakingly great --Viv Groskop, Observer --This text refers to an alternate Paperback edition.
Cheryl Strayed is the author of the critically acclaimed novel Torch, the huge New York Times-bestselling memoir Wild and the collection of essays Tiny Beautiful Things: Advice on Love and Life from Someone Who's Been There. Her work has appeared in numerous magazines and journals, including The New York Times Magazine, The Washington Post Magazine, Allure and The Rumpus. She lives in Portland, Oregon. --This text refers to an alternate Paperback edition.
This is a summary of advice given which is unlike anything you will ever read again, it is advice given from the heart from someone who has suffered and can reach deep within her... Read morePublished 19 days ago by Stella Williamson
A must-read for anyone who loved Wild. Strayed's honest approach to an advice "column" is a refreshing read; she draws on her own life experiences to form her replies. Read morePublished 24 days ago by Claire
I am looking back now and realising how this book has changed my life in a way I wanted it to change. Read morePublished 25 days ago by Mariap
It's a agony aunt list of letters and responses. Once you have read the first couple it's basically the same over and overPublished 1 month ago by Sally Robertson
Love thisbook, her compassion and understanding replies to the problems some face, and her humour and direct honest approach.Published 1 month ago by mandyb
Good thing when the chapters are about different people and stories because I could skip a few chapters. Saying that, some of them are very honest, moving and inspiring.Published 1 month ago by AJT
I was expecting other kind of replies to the letters. Everything is about the author's experiencies, not imagination or help of any kind...Published 1 month ago by S. Aguilar
Hated this book - Just couldn't read it...
It was all about the author rather than about the people she was supposed to be helping! Read more