[Ebook] ➥ The Lost Girls By Jennifer Baggett – Landyshi.info

The Lost Girls Brave, Funny, And Deeply Moving Cathy Alter, Author Of Up For Renewal What Magazines Taught Me About Love, Sex, And Starting Over Three Cheers To The Lost Girls For Showing Us, With Good Humor And Graceful Prose, The Beauty And Importance Of Leading Life Astray Franz Wisner, New York Times Bestselling Author Of Honeymoon With My BrotherThree Friends, Each On The Brink Of A Quarter Life Crisis, Make A Pact To Quit Their High Pressure New York City Media Jobs And Leave Behind Their Friends, Boyfriends, And Everything Familiar To Embark On A Year Long Backpacking Adventure Around The World In The Lost Girls.


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10 thoughts on “The Lost Girls

  1. says:

    I m sure the girls who wrote this had an amazing tripand I enjoyed hearing about a lot of it So being critical of the book feels a bit like insulting someone who is excitedly showing you their vacation photos For the most part, I liked hearing about their travels, though they had such similar voices in their s


  2. says:

    Someone rec d this book to me because I m off on my own backpacking journey in a few weeks And I bombed through it in a couple days but it doesn t really seem to resonate with me.It was enjoyable and I loved the travel parts of the book The parts where they talked about their experiences, good and bad, were fun to re


  3. says:

    In The Lost Girls,. three twentysomething Manhattanites ditch their high pressure jobs to backpack around the world for a year Each chapter is told from a different girl s perspective, making it difficult to remember who is who Aside from a moving initiation in Masai Mara, Kenya, and a moment in Peru when a local woman surp


  4. says:

    I have a love hate relationship with travel writing Either it s so detailed about the landscape that I m not interested because the details take out the human experience or it s so personal that the writer forgets to mention the details of the landscape and the events of traveling Few writers have been able to satisfy my standards


  5. says:

    This book is just what I needed to inspire me to make my 40 before 40 list a list of 40 things I want to do before I turn 40 Its a book about friendship, travel, inspiration, and discovering who you are.Three friends Jennifer, Holly and Amanda are on vacation in Brazil talking about all the dreaded work that they have to face once they r


  6. says:

    I really liked the idea behind this book Who wouldn t want to take a year off and travel with their two best friends However, about mid way through the book I started to think it was less of a book about traveling andabout friendships, dating and the popularity gaining quarter life crisis I was annoyed by the drug use in Goa, India the constant


  7. says:

    Started this book four days ago and am halfway through 542 pages in all I can t put it down Being a wanderlust myself, thus one reason why I have a maison secondaire in France, I ve been anxious to read this one The way the girls bring their personal issues into the mix of the experience with their travels keeps it very real Often people say that thre


  8. says:

    This is a privileged white girls visit developing countries and discover how privileged they really are type memoir, but it is a good read I most enjoyed the descriptions of the places they visited and the lives of the people there I also appreciate that the authors did visit almost solely developing countries and that they really made an effort to find orga


  9. says:

    Totally self absorbed and unenlightening non fiction on a topic that could have been very interesting The only thing interesting about this annoying book were some of the descriptions about locales, especially New Zealand, Kenya, and Cambod...


  10. says:

    Three friends, four continents is the cover tagline of this rewarding, if lengthy, account of modern independent travel our guides Amanda, Jen and Holly launch themselves several zip codes outside their comfort zones, then write it all down.The eponymous lost girls are three New York based media sector worker bees whose frankly scary ambition has perceptibly sh...


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