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49 review for Push On: My Walk to Recovery on the Appalachian Trail

  1. 5 out of 5

    Peg

    I found the first part of this book interesting. I like the author's honesty that her recovery was helped by her athletic abilities before her accident. Her comments on listening to what was right for her body and not listening to the negative comments and pill pushing from the medical 'experts' was something that needs to be heard more. Unfortunately the second half of the book, especially regarding the trail left me disappointed. There was not much about the trail itself, rather about all the I found the first part of this book interesting. I like the author's honesty that her recovery was helped by her athletic abilities before her accident. Her comments on listening to what was right for her body and not listening to the negative comments and pill pushing from the medical 'experts' was something that needs to be heard more. Unfortunately the second half of the book, especially regarding the trail left me disappointed. There was not much about the trail itself, rather about all the people that helped her and her misadventures every time she left the trail. After awhile, hearing about all the help she gets, along with her stories about couch surfing and additional problems she's had, you begin to feel she's just not that responsible. The fact that she likes to be active and people help her is why she's feeling positive, I just would have preferred more about the struggles and beauty of the actual trail and what her actual recovery was since she had already biked, motorcycled, skied, etc before she hit the trail. Her recovery from all her mishaps are commendable, I just wish she'd shared a little more on her inner strength.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Kris

    An interesting memoir by a very determined woman. I met the author at the 2018 Overland Expo, after having first heard about her a week or so before. The story of her climbing accident which resulted in a below knee amputation of her left leg, recovery, and amazing Appalachian Trail through-hike was fascinating. Interspersed with this story were anecdotes from her past. It was clear that Niki has always been a determined athlete, and this certainly contributed to her recovery. Unfortunately the An interesting memoir by a very determined woman. I met the author at the 2018 Overland Expo, after having first heard about her a week or so before. The story of her climbing accident which resulted in a below knee amputation of her left leg, recovery, and amazing Appalachian Trail through-hike was fascinating. Interspersed with this story were anecdotes from her past. It was clear that Niki has always been a determined athlete, and this certainly contributed to her recovery. Unfortunately the many photos were printed with low resolution, and I would have enjoyed being able to see them better.

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