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To read Solnit is to sit back and feel the power of words wash over you. Her elegance is majestic.Published 19 days ago by ElizWolf
Beautifully written. This is my favorite book and i frequently buy this as a gift for friends and family.Published 25 days ago by Lindsey
This book has a few excellent passages, but it was not at all what I expected. Some of the chapters have only a very far-fetched connection to the concept of "getting... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Experienced seminar leader
Well written and the first part was especially delicious reading where the pace felt strong and I followed with keen interest. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Diane Langley
i think i could love this if i read it...but listening to the author narrate it like being smothered by wet feathers.Published 4 months ago by mingus
Wandering with Solnit enriches those inevitable life experiences. Like a shaman she weaves a
web of metaphorical magic and transforms them and inevitably you in the process.